Originally Posted by Johnny Angell
As I fiddle with my X4300H I continue to understand a little more. I installed HEOS on my iPhone and got Amazon Music (I have Prime) working. I then discovered that once HEOS is fired up and a music app running, neither is required anymore. I closed HEOS on my phone and the receiver kept running music. So the receiver itself is streaming music via my wife, I presume, and requires no help from my phone. I had thought the phone was streaming to the receiver, but apparently not.
I also learned that the free Spotify will only run from the HEOS app on the mobile device. It will not connect to the receiver. It is possible to use Airplay using my Apple TV and use Spotify that way. Then, of course, the mobile device is required to be running HEOS as long as music is desired.
Another question. I have run the Audessey setup and on at least one occasion (watching Jungle Book from by Oppo 93) found the vocals from the center channel being a bit dominated by all the other sounds. Can I boost the center speaker without undoing Audessey?
Hmmm, I've been married three times (so far) but have yet to discover this feature.
Living Room: Sony XBR-65Z9D; Oppo UDP-203; Nvidia Shield TV; Roku Ultra; Denon AVR-X8500H (9.1.4/13.1); Polk Audio RTiA7 (Fl/r), CSiA6 (C), RTiA5 (Sl/r & FW), OWM5 (SB), 80F/X-RT (FH, RH); SVS SB-2000 (SW)
Bedroom: Sony XBR-55HX929, DarbeeVision DVP 5000S, Amazon Fire TV 4K, Yamaha R-N402 Network Receiver, Polk Audio LSiM703
Last edited by chi_guy50; 03-25-2017 at 09:18 AM.