It is 75.Quick question: Does selecting Expert 1 (or 2) from the Picture Mode setting get rid of the "Game" picture mode faster processing time? I remember when setting my TV up, unless I set it up as "Game" I'd get input lag.
Now that I've used the receiver (3600) for a few days and read more of this topic...
1- I too have experienced the loud popping noise coming from all speakers when first turning the receiver on. Like many have reported it doesn't happen every time (in fact I'd estimate maybe 20-25% of the time). The workaround I've found is simple. I turned on default volume and set it at -45. If you're listening to music really loud and you turn off your receiver without it turned on,...
Hey all. I recently purchased a 47LM6200 and went through image calibration using my Disney WOW calibration Blu-ray so I thought I'd share my settings. This isn't by any means a professional calibration, but the image looks awesome by my standards.
Energy Saving: Off
Picture Mode: Game
Color Temp.: C35
Aspect Ratio: Just Scan (Extremely important unless you want Overscan all over your...
I did run the EzSet/EQ on my receiver and then made a few changes. I mainly corrected the speaker distance and set the crossover for them manually. This is my setup:L+R: Polk Audio TSI400 - According to PA specs, they go as low as 34Hz. It has three 5.25" drivers.Center: Polk Audio CS10 - According to PA specs, it can go as low as 53Hz. It has two 5.25" drivers.Surrounds: Polk Audio TSI100 - According to PA specs, they go as low as 53Hz. Single 5.25" driver.Sub: BIC...
Thanks for helping and sorry if what I'm about to say doesn't make sense, I'm still learning all this.My sub has two inputs: Speaker level inputs (for when the receiver has no Sub Out) and Sub in (single RCA connector). My sub is connected via the latter to the Subwoofer pre-out output on my receiver.The sub, however, does have 2 switches that interact with the crossover setting. One is Digital receiver and the other is ProLogic receiver. When set to digital, the crossover...
I recently bought a HK AVR-3600. Very happy with the sound.
I've been reading the manual and it turns out that you can't configure the Subwoofer crossover directly on the receiver, you need to use the Subwoofer knob... does this mean I have to set the Receiver Type switch on my F12 to Pro-Logic Receiver? I read that if it's in Digital Receiver mode the Crossover knob won't work.