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^^ The release schedule was posted earlier in this thread but covers only the 2012 and 2013 models. There is no release date yet for the 2011 and earlier models.
^^ Works with digital using Denon, Marantz, and Onkyo.
^^ Are you trying to get video pass through while the 8801 is ON or in Standby? Did you leave it unplugged for at least 10 minutes?
Banana plugs would certainly make it much easier, but your 12AWG wire must be the extra-large kind as my 12AWG wire can easily fit with room to spare. Try twirling the wire if necessary to make it fit. Also note there is a dedicated thread for the Denon E/X models. Review posts #3-6 for more helpful information. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1465528/the-official-2013-denon-e-series-x-series-avr-model-owners-thread-faq/0_100#post_23134210
^^ Only a guess, but not likely for a few years at least.
^^ Budget? The Denon AVR-X2000 can do either 7.1 or 5.1/Zone 2 and would make for a great choice using Audyssey MultEQ XT and comes with a 3 year warranty if purchased new from an authorized dealer.
^^ HDMI (ARC) For HDMI(ARC) to work (technically, but not always in actuality depending on the TV) ... 1. The HDMI cable from the AVR's monitor output "must" be connected to the HDMI input on the TV labeled "ARC" (there is generally only one) 2. HDMI Control must be set to ON on the AVR 3. HDMI-CEC (Anynet+, BraviaSync, VieraLink, etc.) on the TV must be enabled and the TV audio setting on the TV should be set to either "Home Theater" or "External Speakers" 4. Once...
^^ Why is it even necessary to get the buttons on the front panel working if you can access everything either via the remote, Web Control, or smart phone remote app? You say it's out of warranty. If purchased new, it comes with a 3 year warranty. If purchased as a refurb then only a 1 year warranty. If warranty work is required, check with your credit card issuer as they may add an extra year of warranty in either case. Otherwise, if deemed out of warranty for sure,...
^^ Generally only the networking models have firmware updates made available, however the 2310CI had three updates which included the following fixes some of which may also apply to the 1610 as well ... a. Samsung/LG Blu-Ray player audio bitstream b. HDMI-CEC bugs c. Multi-zone audio d. Loss of audio when using HDMI-DVI adapter/cable to older DVI TV e. Crackling noise on surround back speakers during playback of DTS-HD-MSTR 6.1 disc. f. No audio heard from sub when...
^^ You must use the same source name for both the audio and the video ... so use DVD for both video and audio. Also note you can simply connectivity with a Wii2HDMI ---> http://www.amazon.com/Wii2hdmi-3-5mm-Converter-Adapter-Wii-link/dp/B00A2JNM5Y
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