Originally Posted by RobDec
I have some questions before I get the AVM50v 3d
1) will this setup work with Velodyne dd15. Red, white and composite cables from sub to AVM and then use composite out to display. Will this give me the graph for the Velodyne 15?
2)For 3d. I looked at manual online. Does this unit come with ARC, or is it a separate purchase? Do I need to install ARC from computer or is it ready to work right from the box?
3)I noticed with 3d I have to use HDMI1 out on Anthem. Can I share HDMI1 out with Directv box HDMI input (1-4) and Oppo 103d Input (1-4)?
4) Is there any problem using a phono preamp with Anthem? I have phono and a red light comes on. Im assuming it is clipping.
5)Is IR emitter on back the same thing as IR in (From my lex mc8). Also I have Krell amps daisy chained to Lex (so the amps turn on when the Anthem turns on) connected to the block in back. Can I use one of the ports on the 12 volt trigger ( in back of AVM50)instead?
6)Can I use a optical cable from TV to anthem and get sound. I realize I wont get OSD.
Thanks for your time.
I do not have the answer for this. Maybe Bob P will jump in as I think he had this sub
ARC has nothing to do with 3D. ARC and everything you need to run it except a laptop comes with the unit.
It does require installation on to a laptop which is not hard or complicated.
You may be confused asking this question. The Anthem HDMI #1
OUT goes to your DISPLAY HDMI input.
Your HDMI OUT from the Direc TV and OPPO will go to an Anthem Input. You will set that up in the setup and can be
any Anthem input from 1 to 8.
Your phono output should be connected to the Aux input for 2 channel Bal input. Then go to setup /source and
set it to analog direct or analog Dig. Then you need to go into the Anthem setup/Analog input level and reduce the input
level for that analog source.
One of the IR ports in the rear is the same as the front. Yes, you can also use one of the 12v triggers.
Make sure you do not overload the single 12v port with your daisy chained connection.
Yes. But if your using a sat box or cable box that is not needed the audio is carried on the HDMI.
Unless you are viewing tv channels tuned directly by the tv or streaming from a built in tv application.
Hope that helps
Sorry Bob didn't know you were responding the same time as I was typing