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Hi, Please help. Is it possible to achieve low audio/video sync delay with this setup using Livestream for Producers, or Procaster, or FMLE: 1) Connect 4 SD AV Cameras to a cheap Video Switcher such as the RDL RU-AVX4 (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...G&Q=&A=details) or a cheaper RCA VH911 (http://*******.com/rcavideoswitcher) 2) Connect only the Video Switcher AV Video Out (Yellow) to the Canopus ADVC110 Video In (Yellow)? (Do not connect the Audio L/R ports...
Hey, I opened another thread for this in: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1450189/denon-1713-zone-2-same-source-airplay I have the Denon 1713 and I was trying to work off what you said, but I think I'm doing something wrong. The Denon 1713 doesn't have a "analogue audio Monitor-Out or Rec-Out jacks, also called Tape-Out, VCR-Out, DVR-Out or AV-Out" as you described. It has only the Zone 2 Audio Out. Can I use that? Or like you said, that's only if you want multiple zones...
I think the problem was because I was plugging the EMU 1/4' L+R Out to the standard RCA Red+white into the denon. I think these EMU 1/4' out ports are not meant to be plugged into the Denon receiver. So, Denon was getting an "overpowered" signal, and it ended up burning out the receiver... it smoked. Does this sound about right? I think those 1/4' L+R Audio Out are meant to be plugged into an audio interface or something or used when playing with instruments... Not sure?...
I see a lot of people talking about using Zone 2 to play audio from multiple sources. But, I'm looking to play audio from the same source to 2 different rooms. I have my 2 front tower speakers (Klipsch RF 82 II's) and subwoofer (Sunfire SDS12) connected to the main zone on my Denon AVR 1713. And I have a set of computer speakers (Harman Kardon GLA-55's) and sub (Sunfire SDS8) in the other room. I connected the computer speakers via the Zone 2 Audio Out RCA (red+white) to...
Well, I can get a free warranty repair a 2nd time, but I don't want to bring it back again, plug it into the EMU, and have it break again. Hopefully, they'll just send me a new one, instead of trying to repair it again.
Ok, it sounds like you guys are certain and I believe you. So, even if I had a 150 Watt amplifier (not 600 watt), it wouldn't make a difference to the loudness? The speakers only need a few Watts to reach the high decibals is what you're saying; Ok, I think I understand.It's just I read here (http://www.gizmag.com/how-to-choose-the-right-speakers-for-your-amplifier-or-av-receiver/9737/) that I should be getting a receiver that can handle "10%" more RMS than the speakers....
I think it's probably the AVR issue, but how can I make sure that the EMU is not causing the problem. It would suck to purchase another receiver, connect it via the EMU again, and have it break again!The receiver worked fine when I played it using the AirPlay feature through my iPhone. Also, there were times when I played it fairly loud, but not too loud with AirPlay and it wouldn't break. I also used the EMU a couple times, but not loud, and it wouldn't break the...
This is what I don't understand though. the 1713 specs say 80 Watts per channel. But the speakers say "POWER HANDLING: 150W RMS / 600W Peak" So, they should be able to handle 150 Watts... right? Does that mean that with the 80 Watts per channel receiver, my speakers will only max out at 80 Watts "loudness", even though they can go even louder to 150 Watts? If I got a receiver with say, 150 Watts per channel, would I get better use of these speakers?
I bought a Denon 1713 for my 2 front Klipsch RF 82 II's and an Sunfire SDS 12 subwoofer. Here are the specs: RF 82s - http://www.klipsch.com/rf-82-ii-floorstanding-speaker Sunfire SDS - http://www.sunfire.com/productdetail.asp?id=36 Denon 1713 - http://usa.denon.com/us/product/pages/productdetail.aspx?catid=avreceivers(denonna)&pid=avr1713(denonna) I bought the Denon 1713 as refurbished. It blew out the first night when I was throwing a party, almost immediately. It...
Can you tell if these are the old or new ones:KlipschReference II Series Dual 8" Cerametallic™ Woofer Floor-Standing SpeakerPART OF THE: REFERENCE II SERIES COLLECTIONModel: RF-82 IIFeatures:• High frequency crossover: 1400Hz• High frequency drivers: 1" titanium diaphragm compression driver• High frequency horn: 90° x 60° square Tractrix® horn• Bass-reflex via dual rear-firing ports enclosure• Dual binding posts/bi-wire/bi-amp inputs• Woodgrain vinylFrequency_Response:...
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