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The AVR will set the Dialogue and Subwoofer Level settings at what the mixer intended. You can then adjust them to suit your own personal preference without impacting the Audyssey EQ. Keep in mind that Dialogue Level is nothing more than the center channel volume level. So if you hear dialogue just fine, no adjustment necessary, otherwise if not, increase it a few db. An initial Subwoofer setting of -12.5 db means your sub gain is set to high and should be lowered to say 8 o'clock or 9 o'clock if currently set at 12 o'clock. Then run Audyssey again so the final Subwoofer level is closer to 0db than to -12db. Most prefer a little more bass, so you'll want to likely increase the Subwoofer Level at least 3-5db as well such that after the increase the final value is near 0db.

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^^ Thx for your input..

Before I re-run Audyssey again..what settings should the Buttons be at on my SUBwoofer (Before and After Audyssey)

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6 - 9 o'clock instead of 12 o'clock
7 - maxed out at 140Hz
8,9,10 - leave at current settings

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^^ So to verify what I understood..

1. Before running the Audyssey, Turn Sub volume to 9 'o clock and change it to 140Mhz..and Hoping that after the Audyssey completes, it is closer to 0db than -12db?

2. Please clarify this - You said.."Most prefer a little more bass, so you'll want to likely increase the Subwoofer Level at least 3-5db as well such that after the increase the final value is near 0db"

- Is this after Audyssey completes its setup?
- Increase the db value via the AVR and leave the volume button on the SUB at 9 o'clock even after the Audyssey has been ran? and leave it at 9 O'clock permanently?
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1. Correct.
2. After Audyssey is run, the sub should be set to around -6db to -4db (estimate). To increase the bass to suit your preference, use the Subwoofer Level setting and raise it a few db (eg. -6db + 4db = -2db). After Audyssey, there is no further adjustment on the sub.

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For members with SR7005,6,7 , I have a question.

My source is Oppo 103, connected to Marantz S7007 using HDMI cable (audioquest forest)
For 2 channel music stereo playback do you recommend going with RCA's instead of HDMI? Will the imaging and detail improve noticeably?
Also does anyone use high quality speaker cable for the Marantz? Any noticeable improvement for Music?
Let's just disregard any surround sound part and base it solely for music listening in stereo mode.
I would like honest feedback from members who has gone from HDMI to RCA analog.
Would it be a waste of money to get a pair of cardas speaker cable or nordost vs plain oxygen free 12 gauge copper speaker wire?
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Hi Bypass911,

I have the same units but don't use RCA cables, so can't answer that question. However, when listening to music from the Oppo, I always set the Oppo to LPCM output (so it uses its DAC rather than the AVR's), but when watching films I revert back to Bitstream from the Oppo, as I find the AVR and Audyssey settings much better for films etc (that's the reason why we bought, I guess).

Basically I find the Oppo's LPCM setting much better for music. Sorry I can't comment re RCA. Am presuming on this front (RCA) your choice of interconnect cable will also affect the sound where as HDMI it doesn't matter whatsoever.

In terms of speaker cable you could go down the marketing route or you could save yourself a lot $$$ and go with Van Damme (interesting reading/googling!)

http://www.van-damme.com/25.html

http://www.van-damme.com/23.html

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On the subject of Audyssey etc, I know all the settings/things to do from the 101 section and apologies if it already says this but can't recall / find it.

After completing the first sound check (if carrying out an 8 position sound check), should the individual sit in the sweet spot for the remainder of the sound checks so it mirrors the user's listening environment.

For example I'll switch off my AC/Fridge etc (as this causes noise) but will also close my blinds/curtains, position cushions as normal and complete the sound check at night and step out of the listening zone.

Question is..... to sit in the sweet spot (after check 1) or doesn't make one iota of difference!

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Stay out of the room the whole time.
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Is there a way to watch video from HDMI while listening to different audio source?


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No, not when using HDMI as an input source.

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Is the SR7007 @ $999 a deal or should I continue looking for a more newer model?

I need something that can put out 125-150watts at 6 ohms. Or have pre outs for L/R at least.
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Yes. Pass the HDMI video directly to the TV with separate audio cable to the AVR. Also, the newer 2013 models can now use the Video Select feature with an HDMI video source.

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Is the SR7007 @ $999 a deal or should I continue looking for a more newer model?

I need something that can put out 125-150watts at 6 ohms. Or have pre outs for L/R at least.
This model is on clearance so can be found at that price or even lower. Select an AVR based on your feature/input/output requirements.

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Is the SR7007 @ $999 a deal or should I continue looking for a more newer model?

I need something that can put out 125-150watts at 6 ohms. Or have pre outs for L/R at least.
i got my 7007 at Accessories4Less.com. They're an authorized Marantz dealer, and I got a factory refurb for $799 and free shipping. They sell refurb'd 7008s for similarly good prices. I found a couple of things about the 7008 that I like better than the 7007 (besides the obvious 9.2 capability), but only after buying the 7007. For example, using Airplay on the 7007 requires the main zone amps to be on even when using it in zone 2 or 3, but on the 7008 you can run Airplay in zone 2 and keep the main zone amps turned off.

I don't know if the extra features and tweaks on the 7008 would have ultimately induced me to spend the extra $500, but they sure would have made my decision harder.

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Not to mention the upgrade to Audyssey Mult EQ XT32 on the SR7008 would provide a considerable improvement in audio quality over the SR7007.

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Correct. I was just giving an example about something that someone probably wouldn't find easily (or at all) in the manual or product literature.

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Don't quite follow. What I want to do is listen to vinyl records while having picture from tv on. Are you saying don't run HDMI through receiver and instead run straight to tv from source?


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Correct. Either that or connect the video source with a component video cable.

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Not to mention the upgrade to Audyssey Mult EQ XT32 on the SR7008 would provide a considerable improvement in audio quality over the SR7007.
I too am looking at the 7008 vs the much cheaper 7007 and I'd be interested in peoples' views on this. I don't need the extra channels that the 7008 provides and the better zone 2 functionality on the 7008 is nice but not determinative to me.

I've got a 5 speaker system (+ Sub) and am likely to stay with that for a while or at most upgrade to 7. I've only got one sub and will stay with that. Given that system, will the XT32 do significantly more for me than XT (which I think with the 7007 could be upgraded to XT Pro, whatever that is)?

In addition to my XT32 question above, is there something else with the 7008 that would be worth it for my system?

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Audyssey XT PRO simply means you can use the $700 Audyssey Pro kit with that unit; however, upgrading to XT32 on the SR7008 would provide a better improvement in audio quality. Because the SR7007 is now on deep clearance pricing, the savings could likely be better used adding a 2nd sub if there are no other features on the SR7008 that would be used over what the SR7007 can do.

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Thanks JD. So just to be clear, are you saying that just with a 5 speaker one sub system, the XT32 would provide significant sound improvement over the XT?
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Hi,

new owner of the SR7007 and I have a quick question and would greatly appreciate anyone that can help. I browsed through most of this thread looking for answers, but could not locate my specific question. In all likelihood the question is very stupid, but I am not very adept at this so would appreciate any help.

I was wondering how I can connect my phone (Nexus 4) to my receiver? I would like to play some music on my phone on my surround sound, and was wondering the best way to go about that. I heard of the term media server thrown around in here, is that something that could get this done? For some reason when I go to media server on the receiver it's not recognizing my phone. I was hoping to connect my phone to the receiver using bluetooth, but if I'm not mistaken you have to purchase the pretty pricey RX-101 to connect bluetooth devices?

Sorry for the long question/bunch of questions. Would really appreciate some help!

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You can purchase 3rd party bluetooth receivers for < $50, just use google. You can also use DLNA apps if the 7007 is connected to your home's LAN.

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Thanks JD. So just to be clear, are you saying that just with a 5 speaker one sub system, the XT32 would provide significant sound improvement over the XT?
I said "better" not significant, although Marantz just lowered the UAP on the SR7008 by $400 so even more reason to skip the SR7007 and go with the SR7008. Call me for pricing.

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Thanks JD! Was not aware any bluetooth receiver would work on the unit (stupid of me I know!). However, I noted the RX-101 uses the "M-XPort" on the receiver, while I beleive the bluetooth receivers would use the AUX inputs. Is there any difference between using the two inputs (e.g. sound quality) that I should be weary of? Thanks again really appreciate the help!

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just for reference purposes, I am thinking of buying the following:

http://www.amazon.ca/HomeSpot-NFC-En...tooth+receiver

This should suffice, right? Thanks!
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Yes, that should work and no, not aware of any difference in audio quality.
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Thanks a bunch appreciate your help a lot sir!
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Quick question, i have a great Marvin Gaye SACD, it has SACD surround sound, now what would be the best setting out of these available to hear this?

Stereo (obviously id use this for SACD Stereo)
Dolby PLII Music
DTS NEO:6 Music
Dolby PLIIz Height
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