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I have a quick question which probably has been answered but can't find it. I was playing a movie on my ps3 and noticed the sound was not the way it should be. I noticed that the format on my x4000 say multi ch in. Not sure why this has chAnged maybe the kids adjusted something by accident but I cannot get this to change from multi channel in. This sutuation affects all my HDMI inputs. So no matter were I plug my PS3 in always comes up the same multi ch in. When I switch over to cable/sat I'm fine it reads the Dolby or whatever source is being played. I need some help here on how to correct this situation as I've been working on this for a long time with no solution Thank!!
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MultiCH IN means that either the PS3 is set to decode the audio to multich PCM (i.e. unpacking the codec so the receiver gets uncompressed audio) or the movie has an uncompressed multich PCM track native (i.e. not packed into TrueHD or DTS or whatever). Have you tried any other movies? If it's happening with any movie, even if you select a compressed track, then you need to change the PS3 audio output settings to bitstream from PCM. If it only happens with that one movie, that means the movie has uncompressed PCM as the native soundtrack.

Did you, at any point, try and check the PS3 info (hit "Select") to see what it reports as the audio decoding?

Either way it has absolutely nothing to do with the receiver. And nothing is really wrong, the audio is exactly the same, it's just decoded before it hits the receiver.

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Well after reading and researching the different Denon AVRs it came down to the AVR-X3000 and X3100W. I decided the X3k was the better value for my needs.
Tomorrow it will be delivered and I will be able to set it up, I'm so stoked. Currently I have a Bose Cinemate 1 2.1 and have just grown tried of it and it's lack of dialogue clarity. I am sure this will not be the case with my new Denon. I plan on using the X3k in a 7.1 set up with the following speakers:


Polk Monitor 15C center
Polk Monitor 65T L/R
Polk RCi80 in-ceiling front wide or height? (question coming about that)
Polk RCi80 in-ceiling surrounds
Polk PSW505 sub


My living room is very open and approx. 20x23 if that matters. My question concerning the front in-ceiling speakers which are around 45* off the center line from MLP to the TV. The front towers approx. 3' off the center line so they are 6ft apart from each other closer than I like or want but that is with in the keep my wife happy parameters. The front in-ceiling speakers are approx. 15' apart so they are 4-4.5' wider than the towers on each side and almost in line with the towers in terms of front to back distance from the wall the TV is on. So my question is are they considered front height or wides? I think this will play an import part in the Audyssey calibration. The Audyssey FAQ says go with wides when possible but with the speakers being in-ceiling my initial thought was call them height speakers. Being that I'm not sure I figured I'd ask the experts here to try to avoid a trail and error process with calibration. Thanks in advance for any help, forgive me if that isn't really the correct thread for this post but this is my first post after all. Hopefully I have explained my setup well enough for yall to provide a good answer.
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Ok adjusted to PS3 setting from PCM to bitstream as it was happening on all movies. This solved the problem. It turns out my son had a problem with the PS3 a few days ago and had to rebot which more than likely changed the settings s this was a new issue. Thanks for the reply as it was a big help and a bit of good information making forward.
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Well after reading and researching the different Denon AVRs it came down to the AVR-X3000 and X3100W. I decided the X3k was the better value for my needs.
Tomorrow it will be delivered and I will be able to set it up, I'm so stoked. Currently I have a Bose Cinemate 1 2.1 and have just grown tried of it and it's lack of dialogue clarity. I am sure this will not be the case with my new Denon. I plan on using the X3k in a 7.1 set up with the following speakers:


Polk Monitor 15C center
Polk Monitor 65T L/R
Polk RCi80 in-ceiling front wide or height? (question coming about that)
Polk RCi80 in-ceiling surrounds
Polk PSW505 sub


My living room is very open and approx. 20x23 if that matters. My question concerning the front in-ceiling speakers which are around 45* off the center line from MLP to the TV. The front towers approx. 3' off the center line so they are 6ft apart from each other closer than I like or want but that is with in the keep my wife happy parameters. The front in-ceiling speakers are approx. 15' apart so they are 4-4.5' wider than the towers on each side and almost in line with the towers in terms of front to back distance from the wall the TV is on. So my question is are they considered front height or wides? I think this will play an import part in the Audyssey calibration. The Audyssey FAQ says go with wides when possible but with the speakers being in-ceiling my initial thought was call them height speakers. Being that I'm not sure I figured I'd ask the experts here to try to avoid a trail and error process with calibration. Thanks in advance for any help, forgive me if that isn't really the correct thread for this post but this is my first post after all. Hopefully I have explained my setup well enough for yall to provide a good answer.
The speakers are high.... They are heights don't overthink it.

Sidestep but are you committed to that subwoofer? If you have time to return it I would step up to something more powerful in a room that size. If not then I would plan on adding a second sub ASAP.
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The speakers are high.... They are heights don't overthink it.

Sidestep but are you committed to that subwoofer? If you have time to return it I would step up to something more powerful in a room that size. If not then I would plan on adding a second sub ASAP.
Thanks batpig. That's was my initial thought, when in doubt invoke the KISS method, Keep It Simple Stupid. I am stuck with that sub it was an open box I got for $150 off amazon over a month ago. So I'd probably have to get a second sub if I'm not happy with it how it's sounding. I wanted the 75T towers to help with bass but the wife says the 65T are too big. Maybe another smaller sub would be permissible though say an 8" or even a 10" but not another 12" I still have to keep the boss happy.
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I have question about Denon X4000 is rated 125w per channel with 8Ohm speakers. Where I can find real watts per channel I know it is lower then what is on paper. I just want to know how much watts per channel can do Denon X4000 with only 2 channels, 5 channels and 7 channels. Thanks

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Based on past model experience likely: 125W @ 2CH; 90W @ 5CH, 80W @ 7CH ............so bottom line, more than enough power for a 7CH 6-8 ohm setup.

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Based on past model experience likely: 125W @ 2CH; 90W @ 5CH, 80W @ 7CH ............so bottom line, more than enough power for a 7CH 6-8 ohm setup.
Thank you jdsmoothie, you are always very helpful !!!
how about subs? how much 1 or 2 subs can lower it?

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Thank you jdsmoothie, you are always very helpful !!!
how about subs? how much 1 or 2 subs can lower it?
Subs will be self powered.
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Thank you jdsmoothie, you are always very helpful !!!
how about subs? how much 1 or 2 subs can lower it?
The subs should be powered with their own amps and therefore will not draw any power from AVR.

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