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post #781 of 786 Old 06-13-2014, 04:22 AM
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TV - Anynet+ set to ON, audio set to External speakers
AVR - HDMI Control set to ON

Although the cable shouldn't matter, try changing the cable from the AVR to the TV. Also, there's always the optical from the TV to the AVR which for many is the better connection as it can pass DD 5.1 as well as the AVR not always changing to TV Audio when you don't want it to.

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Gang, I have one time been able to airplay over Zone 2 without interfering with zone 1. I got it to happen again but was a huge pita. Now I can't get it to do it.

Was I dreaming? what am I missing here? Thanks!
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Will normally interfere by design.

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I had the Marantz NR1403,
I changed to the Yamaha slimline RX-S600.
The auto setup was spot on to my old manual settings.
I use Cambridge min 11 speakers,
The difference in sound was a walkover,
Sky tv Digital tv Disc players huge success soundwise
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Sorry in advance because I'm sure this has been asked a lot but are the 50 wpc in the NR 1403 enough to drive 5 channels? I have the andrew jones pioneer speaker set and everything I've read seems like it would be enough however I would like some owner input on this. My pioneer avr crapped out on me and I'm looking to replace it/ get a slight upgrade (it was the cheapest one I could find). thanks
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It wouldn't be sold as a 5CH AVR if it couldn't.

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