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My local BB has the sc-71 for $499 open box ,like new and comes with everything. The x4000 is out of my current budget or it would be an easy decision. Wattage of the two units differs slightly but for the most part they both offer the same features at least for the things I care about. The receivers for a 7.2 setup. 95% for movies.
Cool now that's bargain.
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Help with Airplay Music Quality (sub not being used)

Hoping you guys can help since I couldn't find it with a search. I have an E-300 and use it primarily for music. Airplay is working but the output from the E-300 is only going through my speakers and not using my sub (SB1000).

The Sub works fine when playing pandora and spotify through the E-300 directly, but I'd like to figure out how to get airplay to use all of my speakers for when I host parties and people want to play music through their iPhones.

Is there some setting I need to switch to enable stereo decoding when using airplay? Thanks and sorry if I used any terms incorrectly.
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After running Audyssey, ensure all speakers are set to SMALL with a minimum crossover of 80Hz. This will ensure all lower bass audio goes to the sub when using other than DIRECT or PURE DIRECT modes.

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Hey guys, I just setup my new Denon AVR-X4000 with my Sammy F8500 Plasma and DirecTV HR24-500 receiver. I had a few questions regarding ARC for Smart Apps and getting Dolby Digital through my receiver.

1) Do I need to have "HDMI control" set to ON with the Denon in order to use ARC for audio when using the smart tv apps? I got it to work, but I just don't know if this is critical for it to function.

2) I noticed when on CAB/STL input with my DirecTV HR24 receiver the audio is set to Stereo instead of Dolby Digital....I know because on my old AVR-890 it worked just fine. Not sure what I am missing here? This is using HDMI cables of course.

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2. Press/hold the MOVIE button on the remote and select Dolby Digital.

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I picked up an X4000 a couple of days ago in anticipation of my second PSA XS30 arriving today, Ive just run Audyssey and I have to say that XT32 is much better than XT on the 3313 that I had until this point. Very happy with this unit.
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I would like to buy an X-4000. Is there a reputable dealer selling for a good price? Best Buy wants 1299. + tax

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Hi,
I have the X4000 and I just bought a new Samsung TV with 4K. I was told to let the TV do the upscaling. How do I turn off that in the X4000?

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After running Audyssey, ensure all speakers are set to SMALL with a minimum crossover of 80Hz. This will ensure all lower bass audio goes to the sub when using other than DIRECT or PURE DIRECT modes.
So does that mean that AirPlay will always be in DIRECT mode and therefore the E-300 will not ever be able to direct lower bass to the sub? I understand that is what is happening now, but is there a way to change it?

Thanks for the help.
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DIRECT mode is simply one of the various surround modes available to you. Airplay does not default to DIRECT mode, rather you would have to select it. While the Airplay audio is playing, simply press/hold the MUSIC button on the AVR remote and select another surround mode.

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I have the X4000 and I just bought a new Samsung TV with 4K. I was told to let the TV do the upscaling. How do I turn off that in the X4000?

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You can turn off the upscaling by setting the "i/pScaler" setting to OFF; however, before doing that I would suggest comparing it yourself and decide whether it works any better for you ON.

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I would like to buy an X-4000. Is there a reputable dealer selling for a good price? Best Buy wants 1299. + tax

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I picked up an X4000 a couple of days ago in anticipation of my second PSA XS30 arriving today, Ive just run Audyssey and I have to say that XT32 is much better than XT on the 3313 that I had until this point. Very happy with this unit.
Literally 32x better processing than XT, or put another way ... going from hundreds of control points to over 10,000 control points.

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Literally 32x better processing than XT, or put another way ... going from hundreds of control points to over 10,000 control points.
And it shows in the end result, I had trouble getting the Audyssey xt to pick up my one sub but absolutely no problems with xt32 pickung up the now 2 subs I have. All in all I'm very hapy with the X4000.
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I am only getting 9.1 on the x-4000 when in network mode. Is anybody getting 9.1 in other modes? Am I doing something wrong? Would appreciate any help - thanks.
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All 9CH should be available (with 2CH external amp added) when either DSX or DTS Neo:X is selected as long as you have run Audyssey with all 9 speakers connected.

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I am only getting 9.1 on the x-4000 when in network mode. Is anybody getting 9.1 in other modes? Am I doing something wrong? Would appreciate any help - thanks.
To add to JD's post you need to set the surround mode for each source. So if you go from a stereo source to a multi-channel source (music to movie) you need to select the surround mode you want. It seems like a pain at first but the AVR remembers your settings and you don't need to do it again.
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You can turn off the upscaling by setting the "i/pScaler" setting to OFF; however, before doing that I would suggest comparing it yourself and decide whether it works any better for you ON.
Thanks JD, will do!!
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All 9CH should be available (with 2CH external amp added) when either DSX or DTS Neo:X is selected as long as you have run Audyssey with all 9 speakers connected.
Thanks I give it a try.
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setting different crossover points for movies and music

Is there any way to set my X2000 up so that I have a movie mode with my speakers set to small crossing over to the sub at 80 hz and a 2.1 music mode where the tower-speaker fronts can cover more of the spectrum, maybe crossing to the sub at 40 hz?

My impression is using Audyssey I can only choose one of these. Using pure direct, I can feed a full-range signal to the speakers, can I specify a crossover point for what gets fed to the sub?
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Other than manually changing it each time, only the X4000 can do this and then only with a dedicated set of stereo Front B speakers.

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Other than manually changing it each time, only the X4000 can do this and then only with a dedicated set of stereo Front B speakers.
That's a shame--it seems like such a logical feature and not a particularly difficult one to integrate, as best I can discern.

In pure direct, what does the sub get fed if it's turned on? The speakers get fed a full-range signal, does the sub also get fed a full-range signal via the sub out?
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Each speaker/sub only gets a signal if there is one from the source, so if no LFE then no signal to the sub.

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Each speaker/sub only gets a signal if there is one from the source, so if no LFE then no signal to the sub.
Interesting, so on a standard stereo recording of organ music, say, the sub wouldn't get fed anything? It would only get fed content on a more specialized multi-channel recording, e.g. such as those included on SACDs or something like that?

Since I use my system for both movies and music, this may argue for using a lower speaker/sub crossover than the standard 80 hz one, e.g. 60 hz or even 40 hz, so that I can use the non-pure modes for both movies and music effectively.
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I am trying to diagnose if I have a bad channel or not. I have a new X2000 (replaced an AVR789). I have a 5.1 setup with zone2 amps assigned to a set of outdoor speakers. I am getting no sound from one of my zone2 speakers (surround back right to be exact).

I had no issues with this setup using the AVR789. I have verified that the speaker is working, I have performed a Microprocessor Reset to no avail.

Is there anything else I can try before calling customer service for warranty repair?
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Interesting, so on a standard stereo recording of organ music, say, the sub wouldn't get fed anything? It would only get fed content on a more specialized multi-channel recording, e.g. such as those included on SACDs or something like that?

Since I use my system for both movies and music, this may argue for using a lower speaker/sub crossover than the standard 80 hz one, e.g. 60 hz or even 40 hz, so that I can use the non-pure modes for both movies and music effectively.
Not quite. Bass management will still send to the sub if you have it set up to do so. This is in addition to the .1 info it gets.

I think you may want to try some blind x-over tests to see if switching is necessary. Show somebody else how to change the x-over frequency and then let them make the changes randomly while you are blind to what they are doing. See if there is a noticeable difference.
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Interesting, so on a standard stereo recording of organ music, say, the sub wouldn't get fed anything? It would only get fed content on a more specialized multi-channel recording, e.g. such as those included on SACDs or something like that?

Since I use my system for both movies and music, this may argue for using a lower speaker/sub crossover than the standard 80 hz one, e.g. 60 hz or even 40 hz, so that I can use the non-pure modes for both movies and music effectively.
Correct, although you can force the lower bass to the sub in DIRECT/PURE DIRECT mode by setting the sub to LFE+MAIN.

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I am trying to diagnose if I have a bad channel or not. I have a new X2000 (replaced an AVR789). I have a 5.1 setup with zone2 amps assigned to a set of outdoor speakers. I am getting no sound from one of my zone2 speakers (surround back right to be exact).

I had no issues with this setup using the AVR789. I have verified that the speaker is working, I have performed a Microprocessor Reset to no avail.

Is there anything else I can try before calling customer service for warranty repair?
What source are you trying to pass to Zone 2? Try swapping the speakers, if neither works in the SBR speaker posts, then try doing a microprocessor reset at least 4-5 times in a row. If still no joy, and you are within the return period of the unit, exchange it, otherwise check Denon's website to see if there is a repair facility in your local area.

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Denon AVR-X1000 question:

I have my Denon hooked up to a region free Oppo-103. In the volume menu, "Limit" is set to "Off", but on certain discs I can't turn the volume up past -20.5dB. It's currently happening right now on the Funimation FLCL blu-ray, but I've seen it on others as well. For most discs, though, I can get the volume up to -19dB or -18dB (which is where I usually listen at). Anyone know why my volume is limited on certain discs?
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