Anyone figured out a way to use one of the 12v triggers for the main pre-outs instead of zone 2/3? I have a pair of Rotel amps I"m fond of and didn't realize when I purchased my 809 that the 12v triggers were not assignable.
Does anyone know where I can find the 539 firmware. The only versions on LG's site are 531, 532, and 544. Ever since I upgraded to 544 I've had major audio sync issues when streaming videos. I use my player 99% of the time as a media streamer and never saw issues like this until the upgrade. I'd like to drop back a rev level to see if they go away.
I had the very same issue with my RSP-1098 just after the 5 year warranty expired. I took it back to my dealer who sent it off to Rotel. It was gone about 5 weeks and ended up costing $152 including the shipping. They did a ton of stuff to it but after having it back for about a month it started doing the same thing again. It's back with Rotel for the second time and I'm using a Integra 40.1 as a loaner. The Integra is nice, especially the network connectivity and the...
Originally posted by Scyber
You can use the 4 ports on the back of the bridge. I am using them right now on my Belkin Router that is configured as an Access Point/Bridge.
Ditto for me. I have my 5160 and Roku HD1000 connected to my "bridge".
Originally posted by Kevin C Brown
Rotel? I know that to eliminate the double bass problem on the 1066 with the 5.1 analog inputs, a user had to open it up and cut out a capacitor or resistor or something. That was definitely not covered by Rotel.
There was a problem with some of the early RSP-1098's that was causing a hum to be heard through the center channel. Rotel sent a metal shield and detailed instructions on how to open up the unit...
I've owned a 433CMX for couple of years now and I've always thought 1080i looked better. I know that flies in the face of conventional wisdom around here since native rate would be 768p so 720p should mean less processing but my eyes say that 1080i looks better.