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Well, I think I'll place the AVR up front, and run 3-50' HDMI cables from the rear cabinet for the Sat/Blu-Ray/HTPC. That way, the the AVR has short runs to the main speakers up front and to the TV itself. The RF-sat remotes or Harmony all-in-ones should be able to toggle between the AVR and Sat for most common functions I'd think. I can't think of any way to get the side surrounds lower than 7' high from the floor due to the construction of the walls (brick/stone), so...
Well, even at 13' from the center of the couch, it's only a small move forward from the current position, and doesn't pose much of an issue. It may help the sound imaging slightly since the distance between the fronts cannot be further than 7' apart. The theater room I helped build for my parents wasn't much wider (I think 10' or so) but it was a long room with stadium seating, so distance from their 100" screen wasn't much of an issue either, lol. The sound imaging in...
Understood, and the furniture distance was just a rough placement and is open to movement. The TV will be a 55" plasma, wall-mounted, which by the 2.5-3Xs rule should make 13' about right from the couch. The front speakers, however, don't have much option for movement due to a doorway on one side and the large entrance to the office on the other. There is simply no more wall to spread them out, unless I went all the way to the corners of the room which would probably...
It's been a while, but I have a new project to undertake. Currently starting from scratch in a house with no prewired HT connections. Room is roughly 27'Lx24'W with a ~14' vaulted ceiling with large beam running the length of the room. There is a closet at the back of the room behind the couches which has electrical to it which I could use as a media cabinet. I have a couple of questions: 1) Due to the long HDMI/speaker cable runs to the front of the room from the...
Yes, i did performed the "reset" function, but it didn't change anything. I'm pretty positive that whatever component controls the video-out process for analog/digital is toast. The funny thing is, the lightning strike didn't hit the house, but somewhere close by. We never saw any marks on the roof/outside and it only blew up the receivers. the DVD/Blu-rays were fine, as are the 50" Plasma, 46" LCD, and the Sony HD Projector for the 100" screen. For the time being I...
so no one has any ideas that don't involve going to the closest Pioneer repair center huh?
We had a lightning strike recently, and both of our receivers have been affected (92TXH and 94TXH). It seems to have affected only the video output of both receivers. Prior to the lightning strike, both receivers were hooked up strictly with HDMI from all components (sat/DVD/Blu-Ray) and HDMI to the Plasma/projector. After the lightning strike, there is now no video being output from the receiver, but the audio is just fine. I am able to run the video out from the...
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