The Harmony is a major PITA, mostly because of the way they FORCE you to use their lame Wizard Modes, I must mention this in EVERY Harmony related post I comment or write (hopefully they'll get the message some day?)
Unless I'm misunderstanding you... there obviously is no SR7005 in their codebase so I ended using the nearest neighbor (whatever it recommended) as a template and had my hours of "fun" learning commands.
The direct input thing SR Remote thing initially threw me for a loop, I was ticked off that I couldn't record/learn the inputs, that is until I double pressed. So press SAT on the original remote, then choose learn SAT in the Harmony's kludgeware and then press SAT again on the SR's remote, command learned!
Dynamic EQ and Volume initially bugged me, I'm usually NEVER a fan of any kind of DSP/Logic. Then I read up on the source level setting (0, 5, 10, 15db...) and what each should be used for and so far when it's set to "10db" and "medium" I've had a pretty level sound field, which is PERFECT for TV sources, not sure I'd use it for ANY other sources, maybe "0" and "light" for Movies, we'll see how it goes. I do wish it'd allow me to tweak/fine tune what it did for each speaker's EQ.
Originally Posted by kevin_mahaney
Alright, I finally got my sr7005 today. So far, I'm really enjoying the sound, but I'm having issues with some other things. The fact that there are no buttons for direct access to sources is doing a number on my patience trying to set up my Harmony One. Can anyone here with a Harmony comment on how they set up their activities (specifically, getting the receiver to go to a certain input)? Additionally, I'm really finding Dynamic EQ to be too much, which is unfortunate because that was a feature I was looking forward to. Anyway, I've still got some adjusting to do, but if anyone can help with the Harmony stuff, it would be much appreciated.