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The box it came in should have the model number printed on it.

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The one that came with the 1007 doesn't have a model number printed on it... but it looks identical to the ACM1H other than being silver instead of black. I did a run through with it and it sounds pretty good, but I did post on Onkyo's support forums to see if they can send me a new mic.

Hi Jeremy Anderson, just a note for you. Onkyo in the past has boxed the wrong mic with its receiver and the correct ACM1H should have a silver plug in.
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Hi Jeremy Anderson, just a note for you. Onkyo in the past has boxed the wrong mic with its receiver and the correct ACM1H should have a silver plug in.
I'll have to dig the box for the 1007 out of the attic to see what mic it was. But it calibrated pretty well with that mic, so I'm okay until Onkyo can send me a replacement.

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I just finished doing a bunch of reading about the microphones and it appears that if it is one of the one inch high puck shaped ones you cannot use it on the 3010. If it is the same shape as the one from the 3010 you can use it. Onkyo shifted to using the standard Audyssey microphone some time in the past, but I could not find exactly when. The shape is what matters and how you can tell the mic will work.
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AFAIK, that is not the case with the first tower mic ACM1 which was originally shipped incorrectly with the 2007 models and then later replaced with the correct ACM1H mic.

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Talked to Onkyo today. They're sending me a new mic for the 3010. Sadly, they're also trying to crawfish on the HDMI board repair for the 1007, so I have to dig my original receipt out of the attic and go at them again. Good thing I bought the 3010 or I'd still be waiting on Onkyo to decide whether they'll fix my 1007 or not.

3010 related question: What's the best video mode to use to pass the signal unaltered and with the least delay? I had tried GAME mode with my Xbox 360, but unfortunately, if it does remove the delay, it also changes the white levels for no apparent reason. I'm thinking that THROUGH is the best option here to minimize processing delays, since I have no use for the video processing in the 3010. My Epson 8500UB already has the Qdeo chipset, and I'd prefer the AVR just pass the unadulterated signal. Also saw an option for DIRECT, but... what's the difference between that and THROUGH?

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Hi!
Have a problem with my 3010 and how to connect it with my Pioneer N-50(media player). When I connect the media player with the analogue RCA-connections, and use the Pure Audio mode on the 3010 I get a signal
(and a very healthy one!) to my subwoofer. However, If I use the optical or digital RCA the signal to the subwoofer disappears...?
I only want to use 2.1-speakers for this N-50-player. The digital signal SHOULD be better.. or?...that's why I'm wondering about this.
Have been in contact with Onkyo suport and they say that there is is no signal to the Subwoofer when using the digital connections in Pure Audio Mode....can that really be true?

Any ideas?

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they say that there is is no signal to the Subwoofer when using the digital connections in Pure Audio Mode....can that really be true?

Yes, that's true. If you would like to use the subwoofer you will have to select listening-mode "Stereo" which will also use room-calibration, the crossover-settings and your subwoofer.

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Super, thx for the reply!
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Yep, this worked great!
Another question......would it be any idea to use the digital crossover even if I have a perfect passive one in the speakers, to reduce the work on that (passive) crossover?
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Yep, this worked great!
Another question......would it be any idea to use the digital crossover even if I have a perfect passive one in the speakers, to reduce the work on that (passive) crossover?
Björn

It's not so much about the work the passive filters have to do, but the advantage to using the active, digital filter network in the AV receiver, is that a passive solid state crossover (caps and chokes) in your speaker adds phase shift and various delays to the circuit while at the same time bleeding some power from the amplifier in the process. With a digital crossover network, you don't introduce any parasitic power loss, nor do you introduce any issues with propagation delay, phase shift, etc. Now, is any of this going to be audible to you? That will really depend a lot on your ears, the speakers, and the environment they are in, as well as the source material. When I set up car audio systems these days I try to stick to active digital crossover networks because they not only avoid the above downfalls, but they also allow for correction of time and phase shift, environmental correction and all that. For a home system, it's your call, but yeah digital has it's advantages.

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Thx ever so much!......Seems to be worth a try anyway......
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Has anyone detected any heat related HDMI board issues with their 3010s yet? I have owned had mine about a year and no issues so far, however, I had those pesky HDMI heat problems with a previous 3008 unit before.

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No heat issues for me.
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SugarmillMan, I've been having the heat related problems you are talking about with my Integra DTC 9.8. They are completely gone with a big noisy fan pointing right at it. Not acceptable of course, but the point is that air flow is critical. I'll be replacing it with an Onkyo TX-NR929 and I'll be taking extreme measures for it's longevity.

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SugarmillMan, I've been having the heat related problems you are talking about with my Integra DTC 9.8. They are completely gone with a big noisy fan pointing right at it. Not acceptable of course, but the point is that air flow is critical. I'll be replacing it with an Onkyo TX-NR929 and I'll be taking extreme measures for it's longevity.

After my 3008 died (and had the HDMI board replaced under Onkyo warranty) I ordered the 3010. I have always used a laptop cooler fan on top of it (running off the rear USB port) as a precaution. It's quiet and turns off and on automatically with the unit.
If your Integra is showing signs of a heat related illness, it may be terminal at some point. Onkyo might spring for an organ transplant, at their expense. Keep us posted, please.

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Hi !! i have question , whether when you using V-tuner then whether internet radio stations show info about artist name and title song ? on display and screen .i am courious how is with 3010/5010/1010 models with this feature.My lower model 818 have problem with this, support claim that due tech limitations receiver is unable to do this.
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I never use that feature, sorry!
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I never use that feature, sorry!
OK maybe others are using this, that rather important to me.smile.gif
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Well I've been in this game for awhile now and I don't think I've ever waited until September to hear about the upper-end Onkyos. Crikey, they've announcd them in June/July before.

I'm still holding out hope that they will arrive with hdmi 2.0.

Don't see much of a point in this delay for anything else.

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HDMI 2.0 has yet to even be ratified as a spec. I highly doubt you will see anything with HDMI 2.0 until after Christmas.
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^ Yeah I've heard this before somewhere. Unfortunately I've yet to hear anything from anyone who has any "real" information. I think the better way to put it is: it hasn't been publicly announced, yet. So an October/November AVR with 2.0 is off the table but after Santa makes his rounds it's possible? I would be willing to be the aforementioned announcement will be VERY closely tied to actual PRODUCT containing the tech. Something like AVRs, seems reasonable to me.

I suppose there's other potential reasons for such a delay re these Onkyo AVRs, but nothing's jumping out at me.

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Well this has to be the all-time latest wait for the announcement of the Onkyo upper-end AVRs...but HDMI 2.0 was officially announced today...let's see what happens.

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Perhaps they're "sitting out" this year, and waiting until next year to replace the 1010/3010/5010.
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There's some new firmware available for download here as of 8/28/13. Once again, it's USB only. It includes all previous updates if you've skipped any.

From the instructions:

The 8/28/2013 update will address the following: UPDATE AVAILABLE ONLY via USB
1. Improves the operation when HDMI Through is set to on;
2. Improves picture output of 4K up-scaling;
3. Format change of Rhapsody is scheduled in the near future. To correspond this change, you should apply this update.
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Wow, that update takes a LONG LONG LONG time! They actually mean the 40 minutes for the update like they say in the Instructions.
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Have a question, not sure if it is a setting. I have all my components going into the 3010, and connected to the tv. Anytime I turn on anything, and press one of the mode buttons, the receiver wants to switch to TV/CD input. Any thoughts on it? I did setup RIHD, just finding it a pita...
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RIHD is Onkyo's version of HDMI-CEC. The TV is telling the receiver that it is a TV so it should change to the TV/CD input. After you have everything turned on and stable (as in you can see the picture on the TV), then you can change inputs and it will stay. I run into this with my projector when I use the Wii.
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Perhaps they're "sitting out" this year, and waiting until next year to replace the 1010/3010/5010.

Possible, but that seems very unlikely to me. Onkyo has always offered 2-3 1-$3000 AVRs and even if they can't squeeze HDMI 2.0 into these I'd still expect them to offer up a couple options. We'll see I guess.

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Here is some interesting news!
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HDMI FORUM RELEASES VERSION 2.0 OF THE HDMI SPECIFICATION

Increased bandwidth provides the infrastructure for new features that will drive the next generation of consumer entertainment

BERLIN, Germany - September 4, 2013 – IFA 2013 – HDMI Forum, Inc., a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation, today announced the release of Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification. This latest HDMI Specification, the first to be developed by the HDMI Forum, offers a significant increase in bandwidth (up to 18Gbps) to support new features such as 4K@50/60 (2160p), which is 4 times the clarity of 1080p/60 video resolution; 32 audio channels; as well as dynamic auto lip-sync and extensions to CEC. The complete Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification is available to Adopters on the HDMI Adopter Extranet. HDMI Licensing, LLC will host a press conference to discuss the new features of the HDMI 2.0 Specification at IFA 2013 in Berlin on Friday, September 6 at 12:00pm in the TecWatch Forum area of Hall 11.1.

Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification, which is backward compatible with earlier versions of the Specification, was developed by the HDMI Forum’s Technical Working Group whose members represent some of the world’s leading manufacturers of consumer electronics, personal computers, mobile devices, cables and components. The HDMI Forum currently has a membership of 88 companies.

“The introduction of the HDMI 2.0 Specification represents a major milestone for the HDMI Forum,” said Robert Blanchard of Sony Corporation, president of the HDMI Forum. “Our members collaborated closely to take the highly successful HDMI Specification to the next level by expanding audio and video features for consumer electronics applications.”

The HDMI Forum has chosen HDMI Licensing, LLC to be the Agent to license Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification. In this role, HDMI Licensing, LLC will provide marketing, promotional, licensing and administrative services, as well as education on the benefits of the HDMI Specification to adopters, retailers, and consumers.

“We are pleased to continue our work in supporting the HDMI Adopter base as well as the entire HDMI ecosystem,” said Steve Venuti, president of HDMI Licensing, LLC. “Adopters can now continue to develop new product functionality over the HDMI interface as well as look to HDMI Licensing, LLC as their single contact for all their licensing and administrative needs.”

Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification does not define new cables or new connectors. Current High Speed cables (category 2 cables) are capable of carrying the increased bandwidth.

The HDMI 2.0 Compliance Test Specification (CTS) is expected to be released before the end of 2013.

No new cables needed or even defined and the tests to allow a company to officially say they support HDMI 2.0 will be available by the end of the year. Too late for Christmas, but in time for the normal AVR product cycle.
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