Can't get out of Multi-Zone Mode on the remote
I think my kids pressed a button by mistake and now the remote is incapable of doing anything other than adjusting Zone 2 (I don't have a Zone 2). I consulted the manual and I can press the Multi-Zone button on the front of the receiver and turn off Zone 2 and adjust the volume, inputs etc from the front panel but the moment I try to use the remote it's back to Zone 2/Multi-Zone operation.
I can't find how to toggle this off. Any help would be much appreciated.
I believe I've encountered this before but can't find the solution this time.
I believe the solution is the Receiver button although I was pushing the Source, Multi-Zone and Power buttons when the problem resolved itself. I can use my remote again!
Receiver - Switches the remote to control the receiver (used to select the white commands).Switch to perform operations in the main zone. Also use this button to set up surround sound.
I have 4 other airplay devices on my network and they all work flawless. I called pioneer and they advised I have to send it in. The funny thing is I live about 15 mins from the pioneer head office but they don't accept drop offs... I have to take the receiver to a depot about 45 mins from me and they in turn will send it to pioneer. Common Sense aint too common.
Anybody having similar issues?
My VSX-1021-k cannot reach the home network / internet anymore. I went into the settings and it gets to "Applying network settings" and will go no further.
I have reset the unit per the manual instructions and I know it resets as my demo mode returns. Unfortunately network settings still show the same message.
Has anybody experienced this and know how to resolve it please?
A few quick question, hopefully quick, regarding video processing.
1. Using a htpc, better to have video processing turned on, or off?
2. Gaming, video processing on or off?
3. Cable box, processing on, or off?
4. What exactly is video processing do when it's on vs off? lol Seems like a silly question, but what I mean what are the benefits to having processing on over off?
Thanks guys, hopefully someone's still around to help me get some answers.
Basically, if you're sending an HD signal from the source, keep the Pioneer's video processing turned off. (It's not very good anyway.)
If you're sending an SD signal from a source that doesn't itself upscale and process it, then it might benefit from the Pioneer's processing. But these days, even your TV probably has good enough upscaling built right in.
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