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post #1 of 2 Old 11-20-2012, 08:48 AM - Thread Starter
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With help from this site, I just purchased this avr. I was hoping to get directed to a link for optimal settings for this unit. I understand the music part of it pretty well and can get everything to work just fine. For some reason what I would think is the easiest part to setup, just escapes me. What sound selection do I use when I play movies on the BD or DVD? I currently have a 7.2 system. Is there a guide that can help me make configuration decisions? Thanks.
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After running Audyssey (Auto EQ), you'll simply want to pass the HD audio from the BD "as is". For more questions, you're better served posting in the Denon 4311CI Owner's thread ....

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