^ Don't know what your specific issue might be, but I have heard several "older" AVRs not handle the large dynamic range of some more-current mixes. Sounds like that's a pretty dynamic mix. What happens is, depending on combined AVR settings, basicly you are internally "clipping" in the digital realm, which can sometimes sound just the way you're hearing it once in the analog realm. Edit: I was inferring that your analog inputs might be converted to digital in your AVR. This is not uncommon, for *all* analog inputs including the mch ones. Even if the mch ones aren't automatically digitized, other AVR settings can cause them to be. Anyway, it was just a thought, it's been a while since I've seen this and it wasn't my gear so limited "investigating".
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4/28/12 at 1:41pm