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post #4081 of 4090 Old 07-31-2015, 06:52 PM
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Hi Nick. At what frequency do the boosts for bass and treble on the remote operate?

Also, how is the level adjustment through the level button on the top of the remote different from the adjustment that can be done from within the level calibration menuu? Which one is better for tweaking?
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Yes, region A Blu-ray discs normally use 23.976 Hz instead of 24.000 Hz though for simplicity it's often referred to as 24p.

Thanks Nick,

So this means that the MRX not only accept 23.976 Hz input, but can also output 23.976 Hz?


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watch one source listen to another

I'm interested in purchasing a 310 but I am curious if it is possible to watch one HDMI source while listening to another? My Onkyo can't do it. Some Denon models can. I looked in the manual for the MRX and didn't see anything but I thought I'd as anyway.

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I would think you can do it by setting up an input with the HDMI input you want and setup the audio input to a different input.
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So this means that the MRX not only accept 23.976 Hz input, but can also output 23.976 Hz?
Yes, same for 29.97 and 59.94.

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Hi Nick. At what frequency do the boosts for bass and treble on the remote operate?

Also, how is the level adjustment through the level button on the top of the remote different from the adjustment that can be done from within the level calibration menuu? Which one is better for tweaking?
The amount of bass/treble boost/cut determines how close to the midrange the tone filters get. For level adjustment, the menu is for one-time system calibration and non-menu level controls are meant for temporary use if the source material needs fixing.

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Cool, thanks! So this is relatively easy to do and to change back? It's not a feature I'd use a ton but it's nice to have the game on and play music at the same time when family is over...it appeases everyone.
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You can create quite many inputs, so just create one for normal usage and another one for this. Input switching is, obviously, quite easy from there.

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For anyone interested I have had to (unfortunately) part ways with my theater room, so my Anthem MRX710 is listed in the classifieds for someone looking for a decent deal on one.

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Can the two MRX HDMI outputs be on at the same time?

And, can they only output the same input, or different sources?


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