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post #3361 of 3365 Old 12-31-2016, 07:09 AM
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If I hook up a 4k source to directly to my VSX-1121 such as a PlayStation 4 or a Chromecast Ultra, will it pass through the 4k video to my Samsung 4k TV? In the specs the 1121 seems to output 1080p.
It will not, unless somewhere in the specs it says it will do 4k passthrough.

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Well, I hate to say it but as of today, the UE22 error has come back and the receiver no longer works again.
Since getting the board back, I installed two small muffin fans on the inside of the case to pull warm air out. However, I never got around to putting the top back on so for months, it's been sitting on my shelf working with the top off.

Yesterday, I thought something got disconnected but could not figure out what so thought I'd look at it today since there was no sound. Today, the flashing EU22 is back and the receiver is dead again.
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Mine lasted about 4 months after a good "baking". It now doubles as a paper weight.
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Question Pioner VSX-1121-k - 7.1 S-Back sound issue

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I have used this receiver in a 5.1 config for 5 years without issue. I have now added (2) SB surround back speakers for a 7.1 system.

I can't get a peep out of the SB speakers with any movie. DTS, DD EX, etc., nothing!

1. In the MCACC speaker setup, I chose Normal with the front wide option. There is no option for 7.1 normal only. The SB speakers are connected to the SB terminals as instructed.

2. MCACC recognizes the SB speakers and setup the volume and distance - no problem.

2. In the THX options, I have SB set to auto. (there is also a manual setting)

3. On the front of the receiver, I chose speaker A for SB.
Speaker B says it is for the Front Wide, which I don't use, but have also tried A and B to no avail... No 2nd zone needed. Just a basic 7.1!

What am I missing? Any help would be appreciated.
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Hello
I have used this receiver in a 5.1 config for 5 years without issue. I have now added (2) SB surround back speakers for a 7.1 system.

I can't get a peep out of the SB speakers with any movie. DTS, DD EX, etc., nothing!

1. In the MCACC speaker setup, I chose Normal with the front wide option. There is no option for 7.1 normal only. The SB speakers are connected to the SB terminals as instructed.

2. MCACC recognizes the SB speakers and setup the volume and distance - no problem.

2. In the THX options, I have SB set to auto. (there is also a manual setting)

3. On the front of the receiver, I chose speaker A for SB.
Speaker B says it is for the Front Wide, which I don't use, but have also tried A and B to no avail... No 2nd zone needed. Just a basic 7.1!

What am I missing? Any help would be appreciated.
Just as a first question, do the movies that you have been testing it with have a 7.1 soundtrack?
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