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post #541 of 8914 Old 05-25-2013, 10:32 PM
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^^^ Ah, ok thanks. i missed that bit of info.
Thanks for posting video too, btw
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Newegg has the take classic 5.1 for 299.99! That a great deal right? Its good timing because I think im going to pull the trigger on the X1000.

Up until recently the best deal on these speakers has been the equivalent Monoprice branded speakers which were selling at $245; however, due to a recent patent lawsuit by Klipsch, Monoprice is no longer selling the 5.1 speaker/sub setup.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57583717-38/hit-by-patent-suit-monoprice-apparently-pulls-top-rated-speakers/

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Hi,

Does anyone know how fast the X series (specifically X-2000) web browser control is? I have an AVR-1912 and controlling the AVR from the web browser is painfully slow. Also, not all the option that one can access from the remote are there. Does the new series improve the web browser experience? Is it faster?

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Hi,

Does anyone know how fast the X series (specifically X-2000) web browser control is? I have an AVR-1912 and controlling the AVR from the web browser is painfully slow. Also, not all the option that one can access from the remote are there. Does the new series improve the web browser experience? Is it faster?

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I have found that with my X4000, web control is quite fast and certainly very usable. I believe all remote functions are present on the web interface.

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Hi,

Does anyone know how fast the X series (specifically X-2000) web browser control is? I have an AVR-1912 and controlling the AVR from the web browser is painfully slow. Also, not all the option that one can access from the remote are there. Does the new series improve the web browser experience? Is it faster?

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The Web Control feature is reported to be faster than the previous year's models. Also note that the SAVE/LOAD feature is apparently only accessible using Internet Explorer.

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Over at the audioholics site they just released their review of the X4000, and it's a big thumbs up.
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^ review is at this link

Shame they didn't provide measurements. cool.gif
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If you read the entirety of this Denon AVR-X4000 receiver review, I bet you could guess what my conclusion will be. This thing rocks! It can do everything I would expect of a $1299 receiver, but doesn’t go too feature happy that it abandons sound quality. In my mind, the AVR-X4000 is definitely worth the extra $300 over the AVR-X3000. With the AVR-X3000 you lose Audyssey MulEQ XT32 & SubEQ HT, zone 3, speaker pre-outs, and are limited to a 7.2 system. At the same time, some other receivers in this price range have features the AVR-X4000 lacks, like WiFi, an Ethernet hub, or Netflix streaming, but none of them offer the flexible streaming and simultaneous switching options this baby does. And most everyone looking at this receiver is bound to have a TV, Blu-ray player, or other device that can handle these features anyway. I’ve got to hand it to Denon. I haven’t been this impressed by a receiver in a long time. Well done. Denon hit one out of the park with the AVR-X4000.

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Over at the audioholics site they just released their review of the X4000, and it's a big thumbs up.

Wonder which one has the better preamp section the 4311 or the X4000
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I'd guess equal or 4311 slightly better. Based on the specs, I don't think you'd notice.
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^ review is at this link

Shame they didn't provide measurements. cool.gif

Yea, I was disappointed in the review. He sonically gave it 5 stars, but that was based on one SACD presentation and one movie Star Trek 2009. I was hoping for a little more assortment of music presentation.
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I'd guess equal or 4311 slightly better. Based on the specs, I don't think you'd notice.

If using both the X4000 and the 4311, what specs do you think would make the 4311 sound better?

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If using both the X4000 and the 4311, what specs do you think would make the 4311 sound better?

He's probably right...you probably wouldn't be able to hear a difference. Especially me, with my ears;)
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Anybody know if the X4000 has the ability to deactivate the amp section if you're using it as a pre-amp?

I know the 4520 (and maybe the 4511?) can do this.

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No, and neither can the 4520CI or the 4311CI, rather they simply feature a "Pre-amp" mode which cuts the signal to the amps but the amps still remain hot/active (the X4000 does not have this same feature).

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I'm really interested in the X4000 (European version) myself to replace an old, but great sounding, Arcam AV9 processor and separate power amps in order to simplify and in some ways improve my set up. I'm planing on retaining my 3 channel power amp to drive the front speakers which will (I think) allow me to run the X4000 to drive the side surrounds, back surrounds, plus add some front height speakers to my current set up (the X4000 centre power amp will go un-used from what I can tell). I use PMC speakers (apart from the surround backs and heights which will be smaller M&K K4/K5 speakers I already have) so they take some power especially as I tend to listen just below reference level, so I think it's worth keeping the 3 channel power amp and selling the 7 channel one since it just takes space and adds more complication.

I'm after an amp with Audyssey XT32 (the dual sub EQ could be useful later on too) and being able to add front heights, but my AV9 is really good with stereo music so I hope I don't miss it too much on that score, though I mostly only watch films or BluRay concerts these days. I don't use the 3D aspect of my projector set up, not bothered by networking facilities or any on screen display features so there will be a fair bit of ability wasted in my set up, but the main thing is the sound (assisted by the EQ).

There doesn't seem to be very much information (or that much interest frown.gif ) over on the UK forums for these models yet, so I'm grateful to this thread for helping me find out some details. cool.gif

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this thing is such a stupid rock n roll deal and performer, maybe I'll abort my "real" 11 channel system and simply run double side surrounds (sides and rears) for a goof. smile.gif It's not like any of it is discreet in the first place.

Ahhh...on second thought all I'd really be gaining would be NEO and HDMI output to zone 2/3 with all stereo while losing the "real" 11 channels...for more money. I'll see what Onkyo offers up in their final 3 AVRs.

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Just got off the phone with Craig. I ordered the X4000. I am going to replace my Onkyo 1007. I am running 9.2 in my system currently. The Onkyo has XT and the Denon has the 32 plus the dual sub software. I am looking forward to seeing what the difference is with my two SVS 16/46 pc+ subs the Denon makes compared to the Onkyo.

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Hello everyone...If had this receiver would I be able to hook up my headphone amp to the "Media Player Audio Out" analog jacks? It says on pg. 130 of the manual "When using the audio/video recording connectors (MEDIA PLAYER
outputs), you can record the audio or video" My headphone amp is analog and of course has rt and left rca plugs.

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Quick question...does the Spotify service with these models require a subscription, or does it also work with the free service like on the pc? Thanks.
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My X3000 is being delivered tomorrow from Crutchfield. It shipped yesterday, and UPS initially listed tomorrow (5/30) as the delivery date, then bumped it up to today, and then didn't deliver it! Actually the delivery status still says "By End of Day" today, but seeing as it's almost midnight, I find that unlikely... They are such teases!

Anyway, I am switching from an Anthem MRX-300 to the Denon AVR X3000. I attached a photo illustrating part of why I am so excited to make the change. My setup is fairly simple. I have 4 HDMI sources: a Motorola DCX-3510 cable box (Time Warner), Samsung Blu-ray player (~2 years old), Xbox 360, and Apple TV. I have a Samsung UN60D8000 60" LED TV in the living room, and just through the living room wall, a 46" one in the bedroom. I have 5 Paradigm MilleniaOne speakers and MilleniaSub in the living room and stereo Paradigms in the bedroom, so it's a 5.1 + 2.0 (zone 2) setup.

A year and a half ago, when I was shopping for my gear, there was not a great way to do zone 2 audio and video from a single receiver, unless you went with a VERY high end model, and even then the choices were very limited. So I hooked up the 4 HDMI sources, plus analog RCA L+R cables for each source. For the cable box and BD player I just needed to plug the two RCA cables into the source and receiver. For the Xbox, I needed to use some analog dongle that outputs all connections other than HDMI. For the Apple TV I got an optical-to-RCA converter. I also bought an HDMI splitter to get the video signal to the two rooms (have to watch same video source in each room, but I live alone so not a big deal).

Tonight I removed the Anthem receiver and all the cables and gear that I won't need anymore. It is amazing how much simpler my AV cabinet looks now. To commemorate the occasion, I took a photo of all the stuff I no longer need.


From left to right, top to bottom:
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-power cords for optical-to-RCA and HDMI splitter
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The Anthem served me well and really sounded nice. I ran ARC a couple times and was able to get it sounding great in my living room. But now that these new Denons are out, I really think the X3000 is ideal for my setup. Just wanted to share in case anyone else is hoping to simplify an existing 2-zone setup. Cheers.
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^ ha ha...looks like you dumped out a garage-sale grab-box.

good for you.

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I'm far from an expert in this area and look for ease of use for my wife and kids. My setup is fairly simple - Directv, Denon 2910 dvd, zone 1/main is the 5.1 in the family room and zone 2 to a switch for the kitchen, dining room and patio. This past weekend I received and hooked up my new X3000, replacing a Denon 2807 (zone 2 was blown). The setup was incredibly easy - much more so than with the 2807. Much like Diablo1, I was able to get rid of a bunch of cables. Programming my Logitech Harmony remote took a little time, but most of the IR codes from the 2807 carried over. And adding the home network via my Directv Cinema Connection kit worked seamlessly - began streaming my Sirius/XM account, Pandora and Radio Paradise immediately. The only question I've not been able to answer is how to change/select the network/internet radio stations using only zone 2 (say, when watching the tv without the main on). I expect with a little more time I'll be able to play around with it and figure it out.
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FYI, I programmed my Harmony One last night and the X4000 was in the database.

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E300 and E400 Web Control and SAVE/LOAD features

Forum member Nighthawk68 has confirmed that while the E300 does not feature either Web Control or the SAVE/LOAD feature (stores config file to a PC) and the E400, while it does come with the Web Control feature but does not come with the SAVE/LOAD feature (both of which are offered on the X models), Owners can gain access to both features simply by typing the below AVR's IP address into your PC's web browser.

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Hey all. So I helped a friends dad move a piano yesterday. I saw his HT setup and we got to talking for about 45 minutes or so. Basically he spent about 20k 10-11 years ago on his setup. One of those big, huge, giant heavy first edition HD tvs. Its a Pioneer Elite and the face actually is really nice looking. Its just the fact that its 3.5 feet thick...Also a 5.1 setup with some nice speakers, can't remember the name. 2 monoblock parasound amps for the towers and a 3 channel parasound amp running the surrounds and center channels. All running through a Lexicon processor. He said he has never been happy with how it sounds. So...besides a few tweaks such as subwoofer placement, toeing the towers, center channel placement, possibly mild room treatments I told him about whats on the market today. I recommended the X4000 because it is the cheapest way to XT 32 correct? Im thinking I can help him vastly improve his sound with an up to date processor and proper sound management with the crossovers, bass management. and of course he will have extra option of more channels.

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Hi all,

I have an X3000, replaced a failing 2312CI, and am wondering about a feature I can't seem to find in the manual, or through the on-screen menu. I could swear that my 2312 had a screensaver function when listening to Pandora, or internet radio, but I can't seem to find it anywhere on the X3000.

Any ideas and thanks in advance!
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I am liking these new Denon's.
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