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post #12631 of 12636 Old 07-27-2015, 11:58 AM
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Just curious if anyone has had any trouble tryting to sell thier 4520. I imagine many still shrug off Atmos or are plenty happy with traditional. I am thinking of making the Atmos jump to add overheads in a new build...

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As a NooB with this feature, can someone tell me how it works ? I know my TV supports it, so when I plug something directly into my tv, how does the audio get back in to the 5420 ? Does it need to be set to an input or will it just automatically start playing audio from the TV no matter what input it's on as long as nothing is being played back ?


I have a few consoles that I connect directly to the TV, would love for this to work (input via composite or S-Video)...
The audio via ARC (audio return channel) is accomplished by having an hdmi cable from the hdmi out on your avr to an ARC-enabled hdmi port on your tv (on my Samsung it's hdmi 2). HDMI-CEC needs to be enabled in both the avr and the tv. The tv may not pass any better than a 2.0 signal back to the avr, depends on the tv, but it will not be able to carry lossless codecs like TrueHD or DTS MA. Sometimes you would get better audio by using the optical out on the tv to your avr. I personally don't bother with ARC, just annoyed me with the tv trying to control the input on my old Onkyo avr and to be honest haven't even tried it with the 4520 but since I don't use tv-based audio (I have all sources routed through my avr) and I know my tv limits output to 2.0 there's no point....YMMV.
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Just curious if anyone has had any trouble tryting to sell thier 4520. I imagine many still shrug off Atmos or are plenty happy with traditional. I am thinking of making the Atmos jump to add overheads in a new build...

I wouldn't think so. Hopefully you have the original box etc. Try Ebay. Or, the classifieds right here on AVS.

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I wouldn't think so. Hopefully you have the original box etc. Try Ebay. Or, the classifieds right here on AVS.
Oh yes of course And of course in perfect condition with all manuals, remote, Audyssey mic, etc.

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Oh yes of course And of course in perfect condition with all manuals, remote, Audyssey mic, etc.
I finally sold off one of my 4520's a few months back. I got $1K for it ehich was great at the time. However, it totally irked the sh!t out fo me to fork over $1400 for a Marantz 7702 just for Atmos......but I am glad I did. The The four ceiling speakers really do make a difference if you have the space for them...
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Just curious if anyone has had any trouble tryting to sell thier 4520. I imagine many still shrug off Atmos or are plenty happy with traditional. I am thinking of making the Atmos jump to add overheads in a new build...


I sold mine on E-Bay 6 months ago for 799 Dollars. I tried to get 900 out of it but no buyers... Dropped it to 799 and it sold. I had to pay shipping all the way across America so be careful... I think the shipping cost me 60 bucks...
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