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I would suggest a denon receiver, but since neither of my AVR-5805s are working for the moment, I cannot hear how they sound so I cannot recommend their awesomeness, nor any other denon AV receiver. However, I think you should seriously consider the Denons
JD, I dont suppose you know what board is responsible for input switching/processing of the audio inputs and output? Its not the main digital board, that board is fully working in the other unit in this one unit though it will do everything except switch inputs with the function knob, and output audio. The amplifiers are both fine as well. It would be nice to get this issue fixed on this unit, then it should be working. Lets put it this way.... It would be nice to have...
Jd, I bought the unit as-is off ebay in this condition (actually rather worse than this condition) so I knew I wasnt getting a full on working unit. I fixed the aesthetic issues it had, as well as the display PCB since it was cracked, a few other cracked PCBs and eventually I got it to work as it should except for the issue we've been discussing. I actually have a 2nd AVR 5805 here, but the problem with that one is, I cannot switch inputs (function knob will not...
jdsmoothie, thanks for your input. I have already reset the microprocessor twice on this receiver, no luck with that either. I am suspecting there is an issue with the unit, which would explain why it gets unbeleivably hot. I am thinking that there is an issue in the power regulator circuit, unsure, but possibly
Well hello there again everyone, I'll bet you are all wondering what happened with the pics, and the HT progress that was going on a few years ago.... Well lets just say that even I am not invincible to the economic downturn this country has been taken over with. I had some setbacks which caused me to completely avoid working on the home theater. Needless to say it is not done, but it has gotten a bit further than the years past. Even being dirt broke cant keep me...
I have the speakers set to LARGE as per the manual says to allow all lower frequencies to pass to the main speakers. I have to have it at -26db to feel good amounts of bass, but then the highs and mids are too loud (or correct volume, and the lows are too quiet, which would make sense for my issue)
I should add, that with my old pioneer VSX-80TXV my normal listening volume for the amount of low frequencies im expecting was set at -50db, this receiver I have set to that and as said, I cannot feel bass, i can hear it, but cannot feel it. I can turn up one of my 60wpc vintage sansuis and it has more bass than the AVR at a lower decibel level
It certainly does!! lol I have the speakers set to Large as per the manual states to allow all lower frequencies to pass through, the subwoofer setting is set to LFE+Main (again as per manual to allow low frequencies to pass to the mains) Room EQ/auto EQ is off, all I am using is Tone Control.... Ill be the first to admit that the 30 year old pair of homebrew speakers that this receiver is on right now (I have it in the kitchen since Im testing it before I install it) are...
Hello to all! I recently got a Denon AVR-5805 and Ive been in the process of setting it up. However, I am having difficulty getting good bass response from the main speakers. basically when im listening to stereo, it should have GOOD amounts of low frequencies coming from the towers... This is not the case... When I used my Pioneer VSX-80TXV in stereo, I got the results anyone would expect from a receiver in stereo mode... Anyone who is familiar with these...
Holy crap, I started this thread 3 years ago, I never thought anyone would pay attention to it either! A lot more Jamo users than I suspected! Still have the same Jamo E8 Series since I opened the thread, but they still sound amazing, I apologize to anyone on here if you were scoping out the auction for the Jamo E8Sub.5 that was on ebay, because its mine now! :P
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