All I get is PCM displayed on the Denon during any test tones on the PC.
When I switch sources on the Denon to phono I get sound.
I was just curious as to why Denon, and perhaps other home theater receiver manufacturers, makes the same receivers with different features around the world. I own the U.S. model of the X3000, but when I look at the U.K./European version of the X3000 it has more pre-outs than what I have. It does not seem fair that the U.S. Denon middle receivers get the short shrift unless you buy the top of the line models such as the X4000 or the AVR-4520. I guess it is similar that the Asian/Australian models have less features than the U.S. models.
Is there some regulatory provisions for each region that mandate some features be present or not on all models? One would think that it would be easier to have the same product for every region. I hope someone can answer my question.