^ For now, you can use Go To to get the same sort of positioning within a track during Gapless. Press Go To and use the arrow keys, numeric keys, and Enter to edit the time code location within the current track.
^ When Gapless playback is in effect the on-screen graphics for music playback will show "Gapless" above the timeline.
By the way, selecting Gapless playback is not a set once setting. You need to use Option Button > Gapless as the way you start Gapless playback EACH time you want Gapless. Partly this is because Gapless is still a work in progress, and partly because selecting Gapless playback reduces which playback controls are available (e.g., Fast Forward).
^ Follow the guidance in the Manual.
The idea is to give ARC a chance to detect significant room response factors. The variation caused by the presence of people in the seats is not what ARC is trying to Measure. Things that affect the geometry of the room (doors open/closed), or the reflective characteristics of the room (curtains open/closed, projection screen down/up, rugs in place or not, furniture in place or not), or the relationship between the room coupling,...
^ Well I suppose it could be a bug. I suggest you email your results file (not just screen captures of the results) to Anthem Tech Support and ask them what's up. They have tools to look at the raw data in the file to see what's happening with the Calculation and what should be getting Uploaded.
As I said, based on the charts, I would expect the Sub Crossover to have an uploaded value around 50Hz to match with the Surrounds.
Did you set the Sub Cutoff in Targets up to...
^ Please post your Targets window and report the full set of Crossover values Uploaded into Setup > Speaker Management.
Based on the charts alone, I would expect the Uploaded Sub Crossover to be around 50Hz to match the Surrounds. If you actually got a 5Hz value Uploaded that sounds to me like an Upload data transfer error.
The Uploaded Crossover value for the Sub does not affect the Sub's performance as regards LFE content. The ARC solution provides a more...
The serial number is not read from the microphone. ARC can tell it is an ARC mic, but not WHICH ARC mic, which is why you have to manually select the correct one from the list it displays.It's possible you just got a dud mic -- works for audio but doesn't identify itself properly. Get in touch with Anthem tech support. They do have a procedure you can go through to make sure your Windows PC is set up properly to use the ARC mic (and not get confused by other audio input...
You need a USB extender cable: plug on one end and socket on the other. Any extender cable will do, there's nothing special about the OPPO provided version except that it has a stand at the socket end to keep things looking tidy.--Bob
^ Well if the current firmware lets it "force" DSD on HDMI 2 despite what the device at the other end says, I would certainly consider that a bug.
I don't use HDMI 2 in my normal setup.
(Forcing functions are used to handle known cases where devices CAN accept an input format but fail to publish that. Projectors seem to be the worst offenders here, both for /24 and for 3D -- thus the forcing options in Setup for those. I've not heard of any case where a sound processor...