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post #20221 of 20225 Old 07-24-2017, 12:54 PM
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The 1612 is 6 years old, so I wouldn't think there would be a problem with 1080p video, although it is possible. You may have to pass the HDMI source to the monitor with audio only to the 1612.
I'm currently trying to display Denon AVR's setup menu. The Nec monitor does have a display port output that doesn't have audio. I don't have a display port to hdmi converter so wasn't able to try it.

I found a Nec datasheet for the V323-2, apparently the Nec monitor has HDMI version 1.3, but no details which hdcp ver.

1 x DVI-D (with HDCP); 1 x HDMI 1.3 (with HDCP); 1 x DisplayPort (with HDCP)
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The 1612 is 6 years old, so I wouldn't think there would be a problem with 1080p video, although it is possible. You may have to pass the HDMI source to the monitor with audio only to the 1612.
I had some spare time to fiddle with the Nec Monitors setup. Apparently there is a setting that controls how the monitor switches between inputs. After setting "input detect" to "None" the monitor was able to switch and stay on the HDMI input and display the Denon's setup menu.

Great monitor, only you need to spend some time in it's setup menus that has 9 pages of setup screens from it's remote and more extensive setup from an external program that connects through a LAN connection.
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Hey folks,

I have a denon 1612, and I was wondering how the crossover works... Basically, I've set speakers to small, crossover at 80hz, and am not using LFE+Main setting, yet I felt the speakers were still playing the full spectrum when I did a subwoofer bass-tone sweep. I unplugged my subwoofer, and I confirmed my speakers were playing (even at 20-30hz), I plugged the subwoofer back in and still verified output through the main speakers by putting my ear close to them.

No matter what sorts of settings I try, the speakers are always being routed frequencies below whatever crossover is set. When I put the crossover at 120 or 250hz, I noticed the volume of the sounds (you know, 30hz etc.) was lower, but the speakers were clearly still active (still being routed those frequencies).

I assumed the crossover setting is supposed to mean that the main speakers aren't fed the signals below crossover; for me it seems to merely lower volume.
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Hey folks,

I have a denon 1612, and I was wondering how the crossover works... Basically, I've set speakers to small, crossover at 80hz, and am not using LFE+Main setting, yet I felt the speakers were still playing the full spectrum when I did a subwoofer bass-tone sweep. I unplugged my subwoofer, and I confirmed my speakers were playing (even at 20-30hz), I plugged the subwoofer back in and still verified output through the main speakers by putting my ear close to them.

No matter what sorts of settings I try, the speakers are always being routed frequencies below whatever crossover is set. When I put the crossover at 120 or 250hz, I noticed the volume of the sounds (you know, 30hz etc.) was lower, but the speakers were clearly still active (still being routed those frequencies).

I assumed the crossover setting is supposed to mean that the main speakers aren't fed the signals below crossover; for me it seems to merely lower volume.

Although the crossover isn't a brick wall ... if set to 80Hz, then below 80Hz should be routed to the sub. Note also that LFE+MAIN only applies when the FL/FR speakers are set to LARGE and then simply passes the same lower frequencies going to the FL/FR speakers to the sub as well (aka "double bass" as both the FL/FR speakers and the sub are playing the same frequencies).
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Although the crossover isn't a brick wall ... if set to 80Hz, then below 80Hz should be routed to the sub. Note also that LFE+MAIN only applies when the FL/FR speakers are set to LARGE and then simply passes the same lower frequencies going to the FL/FR speakers to the sub as well (aka "double bass" as both the FL/FR speakers and the sub are playing the same frequencies).
Maybe I should clarify: my subwoofer IS being fed the signals. It's more just that the mains are still getting the signals that I'm worried about.
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