Originally Posted by scoobdude
I think the only options are for total volume output, bass and treble, and I think crossover. There are also sub adjustments but all this is for zone 2 which is what I think you mean by speaker b
No, I did mean speaker B.
Anyway this is what I found out:
Speaker B is a clone of the Main Zone.
So it outputs the Same material in Speakers A and sends it to Speaker B as Large Speakers.
Zone 2 and 3 get send a dumb down low rez analogue signal :-) How dumb down I don't know.
These are the defaults, according to the Pioneer support person I spoke to.
So in order to hear Hi Rez 24/44 24/96 24/192 or DSD your only option is to listen through Speaker A or B.
When listening to speakers B in another room ( not the main room )
You must listen using Pure Direct so the MCACC you got from your main room is not applied to a different room.
Next experiment is trying to see if I can do a calibration in the speaker b room and see if I can save it
and switch between the calibrations > Speaker A cal. and Speaker B cal.
Gonna have to find an extension for the mic.
To not create any confusion.
This receiver can not decode DSD :-(
As far as I've been able to determine.
In order to hear native DSD with this receiver you have to jump through a lot of hoops.