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Marantz SR6007 firmware update failed

Hi
Will appreciate if somebody can help me.

I own Marantz SR6007. I was updating the firmware today through LAN but the update was interrupted due to some problem with the power supply.
I took the help of user manual to recommence the update by reconnecting the power cord, after which the set displayed "update retry" with arrows moving to show progress.
After about 30-40 seconds, the display changed to "GUI 22min". After 10 seconds the display changed to "GUI 21min". Finally the display changed to "GUI 52 Connect failed".
Repeated attempts have resulted in same result.
Please help!!
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Network Reset

Try resetting the AVR by first powering OFF and the while pressing/holding the Preset CH + / Preset CH - buttons on the front panel, power the AVR back on again, holding the buttons down for at least 4-5 seconds before releasing them.

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HDCP error- no way to route HDMI through receivers anymore?

Hi everyone and thanks jdsmoothie- a previous post of yours allowed me to fix my problem (kind of)... The "Your TV does not support...." HDCP error message.

In my 2 year old Samsung LED/LCD, 6007, Directv Genie (HR34). All worked great together for years... until lately- HBO would throw the HDCP error. Rebooting everything didn't help- neither did replacing cables. But, HDMI to the monitor, and a separate digital audio to the Marantz fixed the issue.

But that's too bad. No volume or mute or Info overlayed on the picture anymore. I wonder if there is now, or will be a collection of components that actually lets you route HDMI through the receiver without causing these HDCP errors. Thanks in advance... John
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Hey do any of you think I'd get either
1. fewer times I'd need to power/cycle or do a processor reset (for things like HDCP errors, or an HDMI source not passing video signal, or...), or
2. better sound (increased detail, more natural, more dynamic etc) for 2 channel listening

by replacing my 6007 with separates, such as
AV 7701 pre/pro & 5 channel amp, MM7055. This combo at MSRP ~ $2800

or the next gen/ high end receiver
SR7008? (~ $2k)

I really like the way Marantz sounds... trying to stay in the family...

Thanks in advance. John
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Can't speak to the HDMI handshake issues (whether they would improve or not) but going to 7701 would not likely produce any better audio quality as would going to the SR7008 with XT32.

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Radio Marantz.com and vTuner are down and not working again this morning. Looks like its back up again.

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"Manually Updating" radiomarantz.com Added Stations?

Hi,
I went to add a station, and the change isn't being reflected on the receiver. The web page says, "It will appear when receiver next updates."

It also "you can do it manually as seen in your owner's manual", but I haven't found it anywhere.

Ideas?

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usually newly added stations are synchronised by the receiver within seconds, but for some reason it does not work since two days. I have the same problem.
Question is whether it is a vtuner or marantz issue

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The web page says, "It will appear when receiver next updates."

It also "you can do it manually as seen in your owner's manual", but I haven't found it anywhere.
i guess the support pages are wrong. There is no option to do station-update manually

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So this weekend I am listening to music and it sounds a little strange. I realize no sound is coming out of my left speaker. I plug in some headphones, no sound in the left ear. I run the left and right pre outs to an Acurus A150 amp I have hanging around, sound from both left and right speakers. I figure I lost my amp for the main left speaker. I call Crutchfield, purchased the receiver in Sept. last year. They say call Marantz, fair enough. I look on Marantz website, no repair facility within 200 miles of Virginia, no way to find facility, so I call Marantz. Their phone line is like a bad imitation of "Groundhog Day". Press two, OK, all customer service reps are busy, please press two, over and over. I will have to email them I guess. Unit has 3 year warranty.

But>

The bass is way improved over the receivers amps. My speakers (NHT2.5i) go down to high 20's. When I had an Onkyo TX818 the bass rocked but music sounded really fatiguing. With the Marantz I had way less bass but the music was great. With the Acurus the bass is better and the sound is less fatiguing, but not as sweet as the Marantz by itself. I guess I really need a sub. Anyone else lose a channel on their SR6007? Anyone have any suggestions what else it could be besides losing an amp. Is there a fuse in there for each channel?
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a relative asked me about how to adjust the bass and treble for a turntable hooked up to the 6007. I believe it might be on page 114 of manual. ow do the adjustments come up, on the display? thanks in advance..

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p. 111 Tone Control - setting Dyn EQ p. 114 to OFF will enable the Tone Control settings

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Hi all,

My receiver recently stopped working on the "net" input (Internet radio). Everything else works fine but when I go to this input the display on the front and the tv go blank.

Any ideas?

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Seeking Bi-Amping advice

I've had the SR6007 for over a year now in a stereo and 5.1 configuration set up exclusively for music, and have enjoyed it tremendously. However, in the quest for a marginal (?) sonic improvement I thought I'd try bi-amping it to the two fronts, Polk RTiA9 towers. I followed the user manual instructions for both the physical cable connections as well as the menu set-up (Amp Assign / Assign Mode = Bi-AMP), but am getting only the low freq drivers to sound on the fronts. As shown on the attachment (compressed due to the 20k upload limit - sorry), the bottom speaker posts of the Front L/R connect to the receiver's "Front A" L/R terminals; the top speaker posts of the Front L/R connect to the Surround Back (assignable) receiver terminals. So it appears no signal is being produced from these Surround Back terminals out to the Polks. If anyone has any thoughts as to what I might be doing wrong, I'd greatly appreciate it. Oh, FWIW, this is the USA model.
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Using that feature is unlikely to provide any improvement, however, you need to ensure the jumper is removed on both speakers that connects the speaker terminals. Next determine if the tweeters are blown on your speakers. With the AVR powered OFF, disconnect the wires to each set of posts on the speakers and reconnect the FL/FR wires to the high frequency posts only and then power on the AVR and see if you hear any audio. If no, the tweeters are blown. If yes, power off the AVR again, and connect the SBL/SBR wires to the low frequency posts on the speakes. Power on the AVR. Hear audio? If no, than that confirms an issue with the AVR. Try resetting the microprocessor (p. 162 Owner's manual). If still no joy, the unit has a 3 year warranty.

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Using that feature is unlikely to provide any improvement, however, you need to ensure the jumper is removed on both speakers that connects the speaker terminals. Next determine if the tweeters are blown on your speakers. With the AVR powered OFF, disconnect the wires to each set of posts on the speakers and reconnect the FL/FR wires to the high frequency posts only and then power on the AVR and see if you hear any audio. If no, the tweeters are blown. If yes, power off the AVR again, and connect the SBL/SBR wires to the low frequency posts on the speakes. Power on the AVR. Hear audio? If no, than that confirms an issue with the AVR. Try resetting the microprocessor (p. 162 Owner's manual). If still no joy, the unit has a 3 year warranty.

Thanks jdsmoothie for your detailed reply (I had indeed removed the jumpers). I followed your instructions to a 't' and then some. Tweeters are fine. It appears there's no signal coming out of the SBL/R terminals - - although my setup is 5.1, I borrowed 2 single-post speakers so as to make a 7.1 configuration. Set Amp Assign to "Surround Back" and ran Audyssey. All speakers except the SBL/R's produced the ping calibration tones. These SBL/R's are wired to the AVR's "Surround Back" assignable posts. I even did the microprocessor reset but no dice. Not sure if this is a firmware or hardware problem (I'm still not counting out "user input error"), but since nobody is saying bi-amping improves the sonics much (if at all), this doesn't merit returning the unit. I'll just go back to my usual non-bi-amped setup. Again, I appreciate your assistance. RH
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Some members have learned that doing the microprocessor reset at least 4-5 times in a row (notice my sig? ) will clear up problems that doing so once did not. If still no joy, then more likely amp failure which as I said, if you want repaired, the unit should still be under warranty (eg. if you ever wanted to add 2 speakers in another room/patio as Zone 2).

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Hey guys, im new on the thread but seeing as we all own the same receiver i had a question. I have the Marantz SR607 and i was wondering if it throws out true 110w per channel to all 7, of which im only using 5. The reason i ask is because im a big movie buff and i found my center channel i believe distorting on a scene in "Cloverfield" and in "Startrek". I like the action scenes very much and i put it up pretty loud. And ive read some specs on the Marantz and ive found specs stating 110wpc on all 7 and one stating 110wpc 2 channels driven. And im sure weve all heard people say that receivers never throw out what they claim. So ive been thinking of getting the Emotiva XPA-5 to get more power out of my system. Ive also researched Rotel, Mac and Marantz amps but Emotiva seems to be keeping up with those brands and actually has more power then a lot of them. Not Mac of course but they cost a pretty penny. So id like to know if i should get an amp and is it going to make a diff or is the receiver good enogh already.


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Marantz Sr6007 power??? Help!!

Hey guys, I have the Marantz SR6007 and i was wondering if it throws out true 110w per channel to all 7, of which im only using 5. The reason i ask is because im a big movie buff and i found my center channel i believe distorting on a scene in "Cloverfield" and in "Startrek". I like the action scenes very much and i put it up pretty loud. And ive read some specs on the Marantz and ive found specs stating 110wpc on all 7 and one stating 110wpc 2 channels driven. And im sure weve all heard people say that receivers never throw out what they claim. So ive been thinking of getting the Emotiva XPA-5 to get more power out of my system. Ive also researched Rotel, Mac and Marantz amps but Emotiva seems to be keeping up with those brands and actually has more power then a lot of them. Not Mac of course but they cost a pretty penny. So id like to know if i should get an amp and is it going to make a diff or is the receiver good enogh already.


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I am not a Marantz owner, but have owned several different $1,000 or so receivers in the past including Denon, Pioneer Elite and Yamaha. About a year and a half ago I bought a $2,700 Rotel amp with a 'True' 100 watts per channel X7. That was stupid of me.

I found out about Emotiva and decided to buy an XPA-3 and just run my front 3 channels of B & W CM9 and the larger of the B & W 600 series Center speakers. I was absolutely blown away by the difference the Emotiva made over the power from Rotel. Just floored. I now run a NAD 275BEE bridged Mono for the center and the new Gen 2 Emotiva XPA-3 and the Emotiva Gen 1 XPA 3 for the 7 channels using my Rotel as only a Pre-Amp. I'm a previous B & W 683 owner and those speakers LOVE power. Emotiva has a good return policy. I HIGHLY recommend the investment in an XPA-5. You will be floored.

For the $ I can't imagine you could find a better new AMP w clean strong power than Emotiva.

On a side note-the NAD C270 can be found used for in the $200 range at times. When bridged Mono-meaning it is only running one channel-it pumps out around 300 watts. It sounds slightly better than the Emotiva XPA sound and is 100 watts more power which can be felt. This is a 13 year old amp, but you could get 5 of them for $1,000 and it would be a powerhouse system for a budget around the XPA-5 price but old amps.
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Hey guys, I have the Marantz SR6007 and i was wondering if it throws out true 110w per channel to all 7, of which im only using 5. The reason i ask is because im a big movie buff and i found my center channel i believe distorting on a scene in "Cloverfield" and in "Startrek". I like the action scenes very much and i put it up pretty loud. And ive read some specs on the Marantz and ive found specs stating 110wpc on all 7 and one stating 110wpc 2 channels driven. And im sure weve all heard people say that receivers never throw out what they claim. So ive been thinking of getting the Emotiva XPA-5 to get more power out of my system. Ive also researched Rotel, Mac and Marantz amps but Emotiva seems to be keeping up with those brands and actually has more power then a lot of them. Not Mac of course but they cost a pretty penny. So id like to know if i should get an amp and is it going to make a diff or is the receiver good enogh already.


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The SR6007 is rated for 110W into 2CH with closer to 85W into 5CH. What master volume level is the unit at when you hear the distortion? Also consider, the issue may lie with the center speaker. Do you have all three FL/C/FR speakers set to SMALL/80Hz as is recommended? If not, give that a try and see if that doesn't resolve your issue. If already set to SMALL/80Hz, try disconnecting all but the center speaker. Still hear distortion? If not, adding the external amp would be your next step.

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Thank you Banthatracks, thats what i needed to hear. i appreciate the input.
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Also thank you to JDsmoothie. I have already messed with the settings and my speakers are set to large , yet i cut the frequencies out at the recommended level according to B&W specs. That actually helped out. The volume I switched from decibels to regular Numbers so i was getting distortion at about 82-84 i think. Now i just stop the volume at about 78. Just to be on the safe side, dont want to pop my speakers lol. Plus some movies sound louder then others.
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Right. Reference is 80 and you generally never want to go above 80.

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Thank you JDsmoothie. So pretty much go for the amp lol. That's my Xmas present lmao
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