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Hi, I have had the Marantz SR5007 for about 2 years now and occasionally see a dash on the display when the unit is both switched on and off. Also, the unit remains warm when in standby. I don't have IP control on and have played with that setting. Any ideas as to what could be causing this? Thanks.
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Yup. Zone 2 is powered on. See p. 136 in your Owner's manual.

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I'm using a Klipsch sw 350 with my SR5007. The bass never sounded quite right. Now its clipping, I turn it up all the way on some channels and its just not right. Anyone know How I should have it set(the sub) and the 5007 for that matter? Appreciate any help.....

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Great thanks! I've never setup a 2nd zone, so I suspect my daughter got hold of the remote (again )
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I'm using a Klipsch sw 350 with my SR5007. The bass never sounded quite right. Now its clipping, I turn it up all the way on some channels and its just not right. Anyone know How I should have it set(the sub) and the 5007 for that matter? Appreciate any help.....

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Set the sub gain/volume knob at about 9 o'clock and run Audyssey Auto Setup for just 1 position. As long as the sub volume level has not been set to -12db, you're good to go to run Audyssey again for all 8 mic positions, otherwise if = -12db, lower the sub gain/volume knob a bit more (eg. 8 o'clock) before running Audyssey. Once run, most prefer to bump up the sub volume about +3-5db (do this using AVR Sub Level setting).

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