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I just purchased a SONOS connect and I would like to know if the denon has these two options.


1. Can you set default Volumes per input? For example the CD input will always default to -20db when powered on.


2. Can you raise the the source level independently? I would better like to normalize the sound variance from the SONOS I understand the SONOS has its own volume but I have the denon set to -20db to get decent output.
 

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1. A Quick Select can be used to power on a source at a specific volume otherwise the AVR will globally power on at a specific volume for every source.

2. The Source Level setting can be set for each source, +/- 12db as a well to normalize the volume of each source at a given master volume level.
 

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This is great news. I have looked all throughout the menus where can I find the source leveling?


Also I should be able to add a quick select command to my harmony which will make using SONOS better.
 

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Originally Posted by twennywonn  /t/1523343/denon-x3000-questions#post_24505191


Thanks I didn't realize it was source dependent.
Yep, i use it on my tivo input to tweak it up a bit to avoid mismatch between it and the xbox and a chromecast (which is also tweaked a little).
 

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Originally Posted by jdsmoothie  /t/1523343/denon-x3000-questions#post_24504821


1. A Quick Select can be used to power on a source at a specific volume otherwise the AVR will globally power on at a specific volume for every source.
They're also handy to provide a way for quick returning to specific settings should things get confused "somehow". As in, wife/kids/cleaning lady fiddled with things. It's a bit unfortunate those aren't present as buttons on the remote.
 
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