Originally Posted by poboczky
Saw a couple of posts asking why WMP with windows 7 "times out" or "cannot connect" when trying to stream audio. My Mcaffe firewall blocks me from streaming music, sometimes! Sometimes resetting defaults works sometimes no. Tried Netguard settings, WMP exe. settings with no luck. Driving me crazy. I have to turn off the firewall to stream.
Make sure your network connection type is set to "home" instead of "public" in Windows. If it is set to public, the firewall is much more strict. Once you've verified that, make sure that the ports used to stream music are open. I have no idea what method you are using to stream music, but if you're using DLNA, then the ports are 2869, 1900, and 5001. Or, frankly, just do what most people do and run with your firewall off and rely on your router's firewall to protect you.
Originally Posted by kyda
Hello everyone - I need help here - I got the two Infinity Primus P363 speakers and the center Infinity Primus PC351 - I also use a pair of Pioneer S-H453F-K for the back - Just got the Dayton sub 1200 - I connected Dayton to sub 1 of AVR and ran the YPAO - My problem is when I played the DVD T2 movie and the sub sound is very low during the car chase and gun - I already swapped out the RCA cable and set the speakers to small as suggested on this thread
FYI - this is a second Dayton 1200 sub I got from part express as the first was DOA
Am I doing something wrong here ?
I did YPAO a few times during initial setup and I noted that no matter where I had the subwoofer's gain knob set, YPAO always set the subwoofer level down some (I think -1 or -2, cannot remember exactly). So this tells me that YPAO isn't doing much if anything for subs connected to this particular model of AVR, so you'll have to set it by ear. I believe the usual advice in the subwoofer forum is to set the subwoofer's gain knob somewhere between 12:00 and 2:00 (halfway to slightly above halfway) and use the receiver's sub out gain to set it where you like. That sets a base level and from then on use the knob for small changes.
Also, make sure your crossover filters are set correctly.