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I have my 11.2 system wired up and I'm looking at this receiver to run it. I plan to use the preouts with my Rotel amps to drive the 7 main channels. I would like to use the on board amp in this receiver to power my front wide and height channels. Are the amps assignable to those channels? Will this work? Thanks for any input.
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Absolutely. I certainly wouldn't want a new unit that wouldn’t let me upgrade to an object-based sound system though. Not this close it becoming reality.  Not that I need a new unit anyway at this time, but I will certainly be interested in seeing what this Fall brings.

Great, and after I just my 4520ci. Maybe they will have an upgrade for it ? Won't hold my breath..... rolleyes.gif
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I have my 11.2 system wired up and I'm looking at this receiver to run it. I plan to use the preouts with my Rotel amps to drive the 7 main channels. I would like to use the on board amp in this receiver to power my front wide and height channels. Are the amps assignable to those channels? Will this work? Thanks for any input.
Yes you can assign amps. I do the exact thing.


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General question but since I have a 4520 I'll ask it here.

 

Do you guys find there is a point in number of channels where you find a 'speaker too far'?

 

Right now I'm just running a basic 5.1 from mine along with a second zone for my porch.  Just wondering how much I gain going to 7.1, to 9.1, or even 11.2.

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I'm looking for an opinion from the group...I have had the AVR-4810ci for 4+ years and do love it. This is a replacement for the AVR-5803 which I had for 6 years. Is the 4520 a worthy "update" over the 4810. I know the 4520 has pass thru for 3d which is great (vs running a separate HDMI to my TV as I like the OSD and great up scaling from the Denon) but I am really intrigued by * Audyssey MultEQ XT32 + SubEQ HT room correction.

Just a little info which may help...I am running 9.1 (height) with an Oppo BDP-93, Samsung 55" F8000 (2D and 3D) with a HSU ULS-15, and Polk speakers FR, C FL, ,SR,SL,SBR,SBL,FHR, FHL with an Emotva XPA-5 driving the main 5...the 4810 drives the front height and the surround backs.

Again, I'd like any opinions, especially those that may have had the 4810 prior to the 4520.

Thanks in advance!
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I'm looking for an opinion from the group...I have had the AVR-4810ci for 4+ years and do love it. This is a replacement for the AVR-5803 which I had for 6 years. Is the 4520 a worthy "update" over the 4810. I know the 4520 has pass thru for 3d which is great (vs running a separate HDMI to my TV as I like the OSD and great up scaling from the Denon) but I am really intrigued by * Audyssey MultEQ XT32 + SubEQ HT room correction.

Again, I'd like any opinions, especially those that may have had the 4810 prior to the 4520.

Thanks in advance!

I had a 4308, which is also a MultEQ XT Receiver, and the difference between XT and XT32 makes the upgrade very worthwhile, IMO.

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I'm looking for an opinion from the group...I have had the AVR-4810ci for 4+ years and do love it. This is a replacement for the AVR-5803 which I had for 6 years. Is the 4520 a worthy "update" over the 4810. I know the 4520 has pass thru for 3d which is great (vs running a separate HDMI to my TV as I like the OSD and great up scaling from the Denon) but I am really intrigued by * Audyssey MultEQ XT32 + SubEQ HT room correction.

Again, I'd like any opinions, especially those that may have had the 4810 prior to the 4520.

Thanks in advance!

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General question but since I have a 4520 I'll ask it here.

Do you guys find there is a point in number of channels where you find a 'speaker too far'?

Right now I'm just running a basic 5.1 from mine along with a second zone for my porch.  Just wondering how much I gain going to 7.1, to 9.1, or even 11.2.

I personally loved going from 7.1 to 11.2! The sound field was so much more realistic sounding for lack of better words.


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General question but since I have a 4520 I'll ask it here.

Do you guys find there is a point in number of channels where you find a 'speaker too far'?

Right now I'm just running a basic 5.1 from mine along with a second zone for my porch.  Just wondering how much I gain going to 7.1, to 9.1, or even 11.2.

I was using 11.2 in a small ish room but for action movies, I found the addition of wide channels very noticeable. Heights isn't as directional to me but it does add a lot more ambience that is noticeable when you turn it off.

7.1 to me is almost a given these days, especially since many movies already support a native 7.1 soundtrack.
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I'm looking for an opinion from the group...I have had the AVR-4810ci for 4+ years and do love it. This is a replacement for the AVR-5803 which I had for 6 years. Is the 4520 a worthy "update" over the 4810. I know the 4520 has pass thru for 3d which is great (vs running a separate HDMI to my TV as I like the OSD and great up scaling from the Denon) but I am really intrigued by * Audyssey MultEQ XT32 + SubEQ HT room correction.

Just a little info which may help...I am running 9.1 (height) with an Oppo BDP-93, Samsung 55" F8000 (2D and 3D) with a HSU ULS-15, and Polk speakers FR, C FL, ,SR,SL,SBR,SBL,FHR, FHL with an Emotva XPA-5 driving the main 5...the 4810 drives the front height and the surround backs.

Again, I'd like any opinions, especially those that may have had the 4810 prior to the 4520.

Thanks in advance!

I had the 4810 for ages before deciding to go with the Marantz AV8801. I was already using the 4810 as a pre pro supplying only power for the height channels (with external power amps for all the other channels). I had a spare set of Bel Canto REF1000Ms that I had lying around but was too lazy to put it in. But as I was going to add the AV8801, I decided to bite the bullet and add the Bel Cantos in to power the surrounds and using one of my other amps to drive the heights.

There is IMHO a noticeable upgrade going from the 4810 to the 8801. Maybe that might be a path more suitable.

I found improvements even before running Audyssey XT32 (I was running w/o EQ on the 4810 after a firmware update for a long time).
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General question but since I have a 4520 I'll ask it here.

Do you guys find there is a point in number of channels where you find a 'speaker too far'?

Right now I'm just running a basic 5.1 from mine along with a second zone for my porch.  Just wondering how much I gain going to 7.1, to 9.1, or even 11.2.

The recommendation by Audyssey when expanding from 5.1 to 7.1 is that adding Front Wides will provide the best experience, followed by Front Heights and lastly by rear surrounds. Although not possible in many rooms due to either room setup or WAF, using Front Wides is much more surround enveloping.

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I had the 4810 for ages before deciding to go with the Marantz AV8801. I was already using the 4810 as a pre pro supplying only power for the height channels (with external power amps for all the other channels). I had a spare set of Bel Canto REF1000Ms that I had lying around but was too lazy to put it in. But as I was going to add the AV8801, I decided to bite the bullet and add the Bel Cantos in to power the surrounds and using one of my other amps to drive the heights.

There is IMHO a noticeable upgrade going from the 4810 to the 8801. Maybe that might be a path more suitable.

I found improvements even before running Audyssey XT32 (I was running w/o EQ on the 4810 after a firmware update for a long time).


I have read so many good things about Marantz...it truly is a beast! I just can't get over the look...some people like that port hole display, but I am not a fan. I wish I could find something with the features and build quality of the Marantz 8801, but the display of the Denon 4810....
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I have read so many good things about Marantz...it truly is a beast! I just can't get over the look...some people like that port hole display, but I am not a fan. I wish I could find something with the features and build quality of the Marantz 8801, but the display of the Denon 4810....

You do realise there's a display that is the same as the 4520 when you lower the front flap, right?

I like the discreet Marantz look, having gotten used to it over time. I like that in my HT room, it produces less stray light in the room even when I don't turn the display off, so I can see the input at a quick glance. I've even turned off the blow halo light smile.gif
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I had the 4810 for ages before deciding to go with the Marantz AV8801. I was already using the 4810 as a pre pro supplying only power for the height channels (with external power amps for all the other channels). I had a spare set of Bel Canto REF1000Ms that I had lying around but was too lazy to put it in. But as I was going to add the AV8801, I decided to bite the bullet and add the Bel Cantos in to power the surrounds and using one of my other amps to drive the heights.

There is IMHO a noticeable upgrade going from the 4810 to the 8801. Maybe that might be a path more suitable.

I found improvements even before running Audyssey XT32 (I was running w/o EQ on the 4810 after a firmware update for a long time).


I have read so many good things about Marantz...it truly is a beast! I just can't get over the look...some people like that port hole display, but I am not a fan. I wish I could find something with the features and build quality of the Marantz 8801, but the display of the Denon 4810....

Um, that's the 4520. The Marantz is just a pre/pro version of the same exact platform. There is zero difference in features beyond the missing amps and the balanced connection option.

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Batpig....if I recall, you once had the 4810...how do you like the 4520?
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You recall incorrectly smile.gif I have owned neither of those units.

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I have had the 4810, the 4311, and now the Marantz 8801. Frankly, for me the 4810 was crazy problematic. The 4311 was "da bomb" and now the 8801 is simply rock, rock solid. The 8801 is not insane levels of "better" than the 4311. The 4311 is really that good. Still prefer the new toy and the somewhat better GUI and far better XLR connections but really, a used 4311 is still flat out hard to beat if you don't covet all the 4K hullaballoo!!!
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I have had the 4810, the 4311, and now the Marantz 8801. Frankly, for me the 4810 was crazy problematic. The 4311 was "da bomb" and now the 8801 is simply rock, rock solid. The 8801 is not insane levels of "better" than the 4311. The 4311 is really that good. Still prefer the new toy and the somewhat better GUI and far better XLR connections but really, a used 4311 is still flat out hard to beat if you don't covet all the 4K hullaballoo!!!

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Hello everyone,
question on playing dsd tracks in Pure Direct or Direct? My 4520 only shows left and right channels active, but I want my sub to come on also. Only way I have found to achieve this, is by the setting the speakers to LFE+Main or by using "Stereo". I'm using my B&W 602 S3's for my L & R channel, I really hate having to switch back and forth for music and movies. I currently have my mains set to small and LFE for bass only. I just think the sound is thin when playing in 2.0 vs. 2.1. Any ideas would be welcomed.

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Direct modes bypass bass management so the only way the sub will play with stereo music is by enabling "double bass" / LFE+MAIN. That's just how it works.

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Thanks, Batpig.
I've seen your website. Awesome by the way. I got the sub to come on with LFE and Mains small, by using "Stereo". Do I lose any sound quality, besides not being able to see DSD on the front display.

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To put it another way, the Stereo option enables audio processing, including bass management. That redirects the frequencies below the crossover to the subwoofer. Since Direct sounds "thin" in comparison, the implication is that your speakers in your room really can't provide the bass extension needed by whatever music you're playing.

In other words, don't use Direct.

Edited to add: in general, leaving the audio processing enabled, including Audyssey, should produce a more accurate reproduction of the soundtrack in your room. However, you might want to investigate your settings for Dynamic EQ and Reference Offset. Unlike movies, music isn't recorded to a standard sound level, so different recordings benefit more from different values.

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New blood in the water... me eek.gif

just recieved my 4520CI hooked everything up and have started the learning process.... out of the box with a HD cable movie and some low playing digital music the sound appears to be a step up on my pioneer vsx-03txh.....


running a 5.1 system with psb speakers and dual psa xs30's... i guess a 5.2 system.

lots to learn.tongue.gif
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New blood in the water... me eek.gif

just recieved my 4520CI hooked everything up and have started the learning process.... out of the box with a HD cable movie and some low playing digital music the sound appears to be a step up on my pioneer vsx-03txh.....


running a 5.1 system with psb speakers and dual psa xs30's... i guess a 5.2 system.

lots to learn.tongue.gif
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I'm not sure what I did or didn't do, but my ARC is no longer working on either monitor 1 or 2 going to my Panasonic ST60. I'm not sure if it was the Panasonics recent firmware that broke it? I'm supposed to set the Denon to TV Audio right? Ughhh so annoyed, any ideas. Tried switching HDMI cables already and they are all working fine.

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No setting change should be made to the "HDMI Audio Out" setting as it should be left at its default of "AVR" as this is only used while the AVR is powered on and you want to pass the audio from the HDMI source to the "TV" (eg. when there are no speakers connected). For HDMI(ARC) to work correctly, HDMI Control must be enabled on the AVR and VieraLink must be enabled on the TV as well as the TV set to send audio to "Home Theater". Also try resetting the TV by powering OFF and unplugging for 10 minutes..

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Silly question...

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surrounds-
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Thanks, JD I'll give it a try.

Have another question for the thread here. If I want to upscale the signal from my cable box yet leave the video signal from my Oppo 103 untouched and just have it pass through, is that possible. I currently have all "Video Conversion" set to "Off".

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No luck, its driving me nuts, I just reset my TV and still nothing. I know everything is wired correctly. My next option is resetting the receiver, but I really don't want to run Audyssey again. How do I restore to factory defaults?

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