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post #31 of 5025
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2. Can I use the 1120's video processor with my Xbox 360 to play games?
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You could but it will introduce lag that you would not want for playing games. Its best for gaming to run the 360 directly to the TV and set the TV on minimal processing (often Game mode or PC mode). If you really need to go through the receiver then you would want to turn off video processing and just have it pass through if possible.
post #32 of 5025
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Just got notification that my 1120 shipped today from Abt.

That's exciting and curious. I preordered with Pioneer and haven't heard a peep since they prognosticated shipping the week of 7/12. It appears Pioneer is fulfilling orders to resellers while keeping direct consumer purchasers on hold. Interesting.
post #33 of 5025
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appears from the manual there is no osd for volume/source/etc?
post #34 of 5025
Anyone have a link to the VSX-1120 manual?
post #35 of 5025
Has anyone received ship notifications from Pioneer? I called them and they said they are supposed to ship "this month" and couldn't guarantee anything. I found some other retailers who confirmed they had the 1120-K in stock so I cancelled my Pioneer order and went with a reseller...
post #36 of 5025
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Has anyone received ship notifications from Pioneer? I called them and they said they are supposed to ship "this month" and couldn't guarantee anything. I found some other retailers who confirmed they had the 1120-K in stock so I cancelled my Pioneer order and went with a reseller...

j&r has them in stock and a bunch have popped up on fleabay!
post #37 of 5025
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j&r has them in stock and a bunch have popped up on fleabay!

J&R is actually where I ordered it from. I have a bunch of gift cards for them from my credit card rewards.
post #38 of 5025
Does anyone have a VSX-1120 from anywhere yet?
post #39 of 5025
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Does anyone have a VSX-1120 from anywhere yet?

will likely have one early next week and intend to post a thorough review on my website.
post #40 of 5025
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will likely have one early next week and intend to post a thorough review on my website.

You gonna compare it to any of the other comparable units (Denon, Onkyo, Yamaha)?
post #41 of 5025
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You gonna compare it to any of the other comparable units (Denon, Onkyo, Yamaha)?

did a shoot out of the denon 791, onkyo 608 and pioneer 1020

posting a review of the 891 soon
post #42 of 5025
Mine will be here tomorrow, according to UPS!!
post #43 of 5025
You would think Pioneer would have the 1120 manual online by now! Why all the delays?
post #44 of 5025
I chatted online w/ ABT on July 1 and they said they would ship at the end of July so I wasn't in a hurry to order. I got around to calling them yesterday and apparently they had a few on the 12th and are expecting another shipment at the end of July. Damn, should have preordered! I placed the order yesterday at a very good price and, much to my surprise, they called me later to verify shipping and said it would ship today! So far these guys are outstanding!!!
post #45 of 5025
Does anyone have any 1st hand experience with the marvell video chip? I had a onkyo with the reon, Im just curious if the marvell is just as good?
post #46 of 5025
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Does anyone have any 1st hand experience with the marvell video chip? I had a onkyo with the reon, Im just curious if the marvell is just as good?

Marvell, if the Qdeo processor, should be better than the HQV Reon XV. Realta is more similar to the Reon. We do not know what spec Marvell chip this is.
post #47 of 5025
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one more question guys...I am using an emotiva amp, but unfortunately this receiver has no trigger, or a switched outlet. What is my cheapest option? I am thinking of waiting for the elite version, which includes triggers, but I can get the 1120 today. Thanks.

I would never, ever run an amp off a switched outlet.

Get a $20 energy saver power strip at target that will turn off the amp when the receiver is not on.

and it does have a 12v trigger - believe it's labeled control.
post #48 of 5025
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and it does have a 12v trigger - believe it's labeled control.

The Control port is an interface for other Pioneer devices with a Control port, basically an IR repeater. It is not a 12V trigger.
post #49 of 5025
can someone highlight the differences between the 1120 and the 1020. Thanks
post #50 of 5025
Well I hooked up the 1120 yesterday. Set up was a challenger coming from a Denon, Pioneer does things differently. Be sure to find the HDMI control deal and turn it off, or it won't let you assign HDMI to DVD, TV/Sat or DVR. I'm using it as a preamp except for the 2 back speakers in my 7.1 set up, so I can't comment on sound quality so much. Thus far I'm really pleased with the features, and the ease of use after set up. I only wish it had a trigger to turn the amp off when the receiver goes off.

Whats that about a $20 powerstrip at Wallyworld?
post #51 of 5025
suzook11 -- Never, ever, rum a power amplifier from any switched AC outlet on any piece of electronic equipment. If you do, you will burn out the outlet, or even do more serious damage to your equipment.

Those outlets are only rated for less than 5 Amps (usually 1 Amp max). Power Amplifiers, usually, require a 120 V circuit of 15 amps, or more - especially the Emotiva ones.
post #52 of 5025
Can someone that has got one of these take an actual picture of the back panel.
post #53 of 5025
Pioneer 1120 -$low price(authorized dealer). Is it a good buy at this price range

Just sold Yamaha 765 receiver -- will i see any difference?

Zone 1 will be my living room - Zone 2 will be my bed room with inwall speakers. Zone 2 sound good?

Help me out friends..
post #54 of 5025
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Can someone that has got one of these take an actual picture of the back panel.

Hi cyberdiamond, pic of rear panel.
post #55 of 5025
Thanks but I have already seen all the different pre release pics.

I want an actual photo of a released unit to see which of the pre release pics are true/correct.
post #56 of 5025
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Originally Posted by plissken99 View Post

Well I hooked up the 1120 yesterday. Set up was a challenger coming from a Denon, Pioneer does things differently. Be sure to find the HDMI control deal and turn it off, or it won't let you assign HDMI to DVD, TV/Sat or DVR. I'm using it as a preamp except for the 2 back speakers in my 7.1 set up, so I can't comment on sound quality so much. Thus far I'm really pleased with the features, and the ease of use after set up. I only wish it had a trigger to turn the amp off when the receiver goes off.

Whats that about a $20 powerstrip at Wallyworld?

Couple questions for the first owner:

does the light button on the remote light the entire remote or just a few buttons?

is there an overlain volume/source display (not osd menu, but osd status display)?

What video tweaking options are there for digital sources?

thanks in advance.
post #57 of 5025
The remote light, lights all the buttons, but not all the buttons are labeled on the buttons, so unless you happen to know which is which, you can't tell without lights on.

No, onscreen you can't see anything so far as volume, source or sound coming through.

Not sure what you mean about tweaking digital sources(audio or video?). As far as audio, just the usual switching to stereo, proligic and all the variations. With video, there are no options to do anything, unless there is a menu I haven't found.
post #58 of 5025
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Originally Posted by plissken99 View Post

The remote light, lights all the buttons, but not all the buttons are labeled on the buttons, so unless you happen to know which is which, you can't tell without lights on.

No, onscreen you can't see anything so far as volume, source or sound coming through.

Not sure what you mean about tweaking digital sources(audio or video?). As far as audio, just the usual switching to stereo, proligic and all the variations. With video, there are no options to do anything, unless there is a menu I haven't found.

press the video adjust (upper left of directional/enter) and see what the fascia says. should say pure by default. scroll left and right for resolution and up and down for adjustments.
post #59 of 5025
Ah indeed, there are tons of options for audio and video, had a feeling I was missing something. You can adjust video resolutions, set it to auto, different types of video noise reduction, as well as adjusting color and brightness.

Trouble is, you can't see them onscreen, only by looking at the reciever can you tell what your adjusting.
post #60 of 5025
ohoooooooooooo....just placed da order for Good Price..order wil ship in 7-10 days.
First time buying the new model receiver (i mean within close releasing date)...
Hopefully without cancelling the order i will receive the item.....

Gonna run with Polk Monitor 70, CS10, Polk RM8 surrounds - Bic F12 subs...

Features that I liked over my previous YAmaha 765:
1. THX
2. On screen Display

This time i am going to get into details of the receiver,.,,,yamaha 765 i used it as out of box...
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