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post #7831 of 8763
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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

There's a pretty big difference between "roll-off" and the simple absence of boost in the VLF octaves. If you boost the upper octaves, you may perceive a roll-off, but that's not what it is.

So what would you conclude with missing deep base with ypao engaged opposed the deep base present in manual mode? I've measured it in REW a few months back and anything lower than 30hz is gone.

If I engage the subs internal crossover and manually set it, the bass is present as well.
post #7832 of 8763
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Originally Posted by andjayik View Post

i did update to the new 3.20 update for the HTR-8063 and now my net radio says not connected? it was working fine with the 3.17 firmware? Is there anywhere to download the older files?

Ok. Now ny net radio says not connected. I did nothing except pull the plug the other day. That was to correct the missing part of the OSD. I can still connect to Pandora and my home network. I can still connect through my iPod and android apps. What gives?
post #7833 of 8763
fixed my problem it ended up being a ip issue!! net radio working again!!
post #7834 of 8763
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fixed my problem it ended up being a ip issue!! net radio working again!!

I pulled the plug for 10 seconds. That worked for me. AVR only.
post #7835 of 8763
My yamaha a2000 seems to have lost all my settings, my eq settings as well.

How Come?

The name of my scenes are still there but all ypao settings is gone etc, my standby through was off also
post #7836 of 8763
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Originally Posted by burts View Post

My yamaha a2000 seems to have lost all my settings, my eq settings as well.

How Come?

The name of my scenes are still there but all ypao settings is gone etc, my standby through was off also

Did you lose power? I was just about to post that my A2000 has a problem with losing all settings for YPAO, input names, display dimmer - basically anything I've touched in setup - whenever I lose AC power.

This is something I haven't seen happen in any modern piece of A/V gear I've owned, and it's super annoying. All it takes is a flicker of 1 second or so and I have to spend 15 minutes redoing YPAO, input names etc. I do have a UPS unit that I may have to just go ahead and plug it into, but haven't b/c I prefer to reserve it for lower power stuff like DVR.

Is this typical for the A2000 to lose all memory settings with a power loss? Seems like something that should not happen and could perhaps be corrected with a firmware update. (Last time I checked was a few months ago and no update was found.)
post #7837 of 8763
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Originally Posted by pheroy View Post

Is this typical for the A2000 to lose all memory settings with a power loss?

It should keep its settings when it loses power. Maybe you should call Yamaha and see what they say about it.
post #7838 of 8763
Question:

I have the rx-a2000 and I run the multichannel setup from my bluray player. When I put the video on pause and then hit play, the receiver jump to AV1 everytime. Is there a setting it can change to stop this from happening or is there a firware upgrade that eliminates this.

Not sure if this is covered in this thread but 262 pages and growing is daunting to say the least.

Big ave
post #7839 of 8763
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Originally Posted by private Angus View Post

Thanks a lot for the help. Yeah i'm using it with my ipad, the app is really great!

I just installed the app on my newly acquired iPad and really like how it's laid out.

There appears to be one bug though. When you are in the DSP settings you cannot toggle through the Surr Decoder settings. That is to say, if my Yamaha is set to DPLIIx Music, hitting that icon does nothing. If another DSP mode is selected and you press Surr Decoder, it will go back to the last Surr Decoder setting the amp was on, i.e. DPLIIx Music. But I don't see a way to access the other Dolby settings or even Neo 6.

Am I maybe missing something?
post #7840 of 8763
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Originally Posted by Big Ave View Post

I have the rx-a2000 and I run the multichannel setup from my bluray player. When I put the video on pause and then hit play, the receiver jump to AV1 everytime. Is there a setting it can change to stop this from happening or is there a firware upgrade that eliminates this.

Try disabling HDMI CEC in the Blu-Ray player, receiver and/or TV. Different manufacturers have differing names for HDMI CEC, Yamaha just calls it "HDMI Control" ([On Screen] -> Setup -> HDMI -> HDMI Control).
post #7841 of 8763
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Originally Posted by snowghost View Post


I just installed the app on my newly acquired iPad and really like how it's laid out.

There appears to be one bug though. When you are in the DSP settings you cannot toggle through the Surr Decoder settings. That is to say, if my Yamaha is set to DPLIIx Music, hitting that icon does nothing. If another DSP mode is selected and you press Surr Decoder, it will go back to the last Surr Decoder setting the amp was on, i.e. DPLIIx Music. But I don't see a way to access the other Dolby settings or even Neo 6.

Am I maybe missing something?

I noticed that as well, annoying but haven't managed to find a way round it on the app.
post #7842 of 8763
Hi gents-- those of you using external amplifiers with the RX-A series, do the output levels seem low to you? If so, any workaround?
post #7843 of 8763
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Originally Posted by tommylicious View Post

Hi gents-- those of you using external amplifiers with the RX-A series, do the output levels seem low to you? If so, any workaround?

It did until I ran ypao again (after connecting the amps). Levels evened out after.
post #7844 of 8763
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It did until I ran ypao again (after connecting the amps). Levels evened out after.

Likewise. Unless you count the subwoofer which is usually set too low by YPAO.
post #7845 of 8763
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Originally Posted by JackOften View Post

Likewise. Unless you count the subwoofer which is usually set too low by YPAO.

One thing (I've forgotten to do this a few times as well) but when you run YPAO make sure the volume is at the correct setting before you kick it off.

I believe it's -25dbs?
post #7846 of 8763
wouldn't mind hearing others opinions about their sub setups with the RX-A

I've been messing around with speaker settings and crossovers to achieve an optimal deep base scene for some movies. If you've had luck with the manual setup for the sub i'd be interested in the entire setup.

I just used the YPAO for a 9.2 setup and then changed the speakers all to small and set the sub crossovers to 80 manually.

still messing around but if someones already done the work, that would be great info!
post #7847 of 8763
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Originally Posted by froh View Post

One thing (I've forgotten to do this a few times as well) but when you run YPAO make sure the volume is at the correct setting before you kick it off.

I believe it's -25dbs?

Really? Is this necessary? I don't think I've ever worried about my volume level before kicking off YPAO...I assumed it was taking complete control of signal level.
post #7848 of 8763
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Originally Posted by KevinG View Post

Really? Is this necessary? I don't think I've ever worried about my volume level before kicking off YPAO...I assumed it was taking complete control of signal level.

You are correct. The user's volume setting has no bearing on YPAO. YPAO ignores ALL user settings and runs itself at "reference levels".
post #7849 of 8763
Someone in a recent post suggested running YPAO in all eight positions to get better results and possibly fix phase errors. Just want to say thanks because my right rear surround no longer registers as out of phase. Now I just need to see if all the settings sound right or if I need to manually adjust some things. Also , my sub was set to -1 db instead -5 db when I only used one position.
post #7850 of 8763
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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

You are correct. The user's volume setting has no bearing on YPAO. YPAO ignores ALL user settings and runs itself at "reference levels".

Good to know - thought I read somewhere in the manual about the volume.
post #7851 of 8763
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Originally Posted by burts View Post

My yamaha a2000 seems to have lost all my settings, my eq settings as well.

How Come?

The name of my scenes are still there but all ypao settings is gone etc, my standby through was off also

I lost all of the settings on my A3000 recently - had to reset all of them. First time it has happened. No power outage, just dropped them. Gave me another opportunity to see how clumsy the interface is with "scenes" - but when they are programmed properly, I really love this feature. Hopefully Yamaha will do better with the GRI in future models. I don't use YPAO, but I know how to calibrate manually, and would never recommend for beginners. No amount of EQ can overcome a bad room IMO. I still love this unit, swiss army knife of receivers.
post #7852 of 8763
anyone else have an issue with the iPhone app - when playing music from your iPhone, if you select a song from whatever list you are in (album, songs, playlist) it will never play the right song?
post #7853 of 8763
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Originally Posted by DDailey View Post

I lost all of the settings on my A3000 recently - had to reset all of them. First time it has happened. No power outage, just dropped them. Gave me another opportunity to see how clumsy the interface is with "scenes" - but when they are programmed properly, I really love this feature. Hopefully Yamaha will do better with the GRI in future models. I don't use YPAO, but I know how to calibrate manually, and would never recommend for beginners. No amount of EQ can overcome a bad room IMO. I still love this unit, swiss army knife of receivers.

Weird... Perhaps they did fix it in the xx10 models. I've had the 3010 for 7 months with no loss of settings.
post #7854 of 8763
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Originally Posted by LansdaleHokie View Post

anyone else have an issue with the iPhone app - when playing music from your iPhone, if you select a song from whatever list you are in (album, songs, playlist) it will never play the right song?

See if shuffle is selected. It seems to use the selection made as the last song and immediately move on.
post #7855 of 8763
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Originally Posted by DDailey View Post

I lost all of the settings on my A3000 recently - had to reset all of them.

That's not supposed to happen, but I would still be sure to make a backup of my settings with Receiver Manager. Then you have everything saved and you can reload if you need to.
post #7856 of 8763
On the panel of my 2000, it shows how the sound is processing from all my HDMI connected components except my Blu Ray player (Panasonic BDP-55). Does anyone here have a Panasonic. And if so, how is the audio set so I can see the type of signal (DD, DTS, etc) it is passing to the Yamaha?
post #7857 of 8763
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Originally Posted by Dominic26 View Post

On the panel of my 2000, it shows how the sound is processing from all my HDMI connected components except my Blu Ray player (Panasonic BDP-55). Does anyone here have a Panasonic. And if so, how is the audio set so I can see the type of signal (DD, DTS, etc) it is passing to the Yamaha?

Keep pressing the Info button on the remote until it shows the "Audio Decoder" on the front panel. If it says "PCM" then the Blu-Ray player is doing the decoding.
post #7858 of 8763
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Originally Posted by Dominic26 View Post

On the panel of my 2000, it shows how the sound is processing from all my HDMI connected components except my Blu Ray player (Panasonic BDP-55). Does anyone here have a Panasonic. And if so, how is the audio set so I can see the type of signal (DD, DTS, etc) it is passing to the Yamaha?

you also might need to change the setting in the Pansonic player to bitstream...under its audio output settings




Warren
post #7859 of 8763
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Originally Posted by pheroy View Post

Did you lose power? I was just about to post that my A2000 has a problem with losing all settings for YPAO, input names, display dimmer - basically anything I've touched in setup - whenever I lose AC power.

This is something I haven't seen happen in any modern piece of A/V gear I've owned, and it's super annoying. All it takes is a flicker of 1 second or so and I have to spend 15 minutes redoing YPAO, input names etc. I do have a UPS unit that I may have to just go ahead and plug it into, but haven't b/c I prefer to reserve it for lower power stuff like DVR.

Is this typical for the A2000 to lose all memory settings with a power loss? Seems like something that should not happen and could perhaps be corrected with a firmware update. (Last time I checked was a few months ago and no update was found.)

hmm...interesting...I have never had that issue with my A3000 and I have used it daily for about a year

The only issue I have had ..twice..is it losing its internet connectivity when I try to use internet radio or an online app such as Pandora

Warren
post #7860 of 8763
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Originally Posted by turnne1 View Post


you also might need to change the setting in the Pansonic player to bitstream...under its audio output settings

Warren

This is likely the problem. I had to make this switch with the same 2 models a few months ago.
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