I just tried it and a the others mentioned after my question and I like it the best and mainly because it connects to my all access Google Play Music account and I can play directly from it to the receiver without having to reply on Bluetooth.I've used bubbleupnp for a couple of years. The developer is great and continues to update the app.
Try taking the Monster out of the loop.I’ve just replaced my old Denon 2809ci with a new X2100W and now I have a buzzing in the speakers, that wasn’t there before, that’s somehow associated with my tv.
The buzzing only seems to happen when the tv is being feed a picture (during the loading of a blu-ray the animated image of a spinning disc comes and goes once or twice when the screen goes blank the buzz goes away)
I’ve also found if the screen goes blank/black between a tv show and commercial the buzz stops for the split second the screen is blank.
If you turn the tv off the buzz goes away too.
I’ve tried unplugging components (hdmi cables) from the receiver even unplugging the hdmi to the tv without luck.
All my components are plugged into a Monster Power HDP-1800, which I figured should have eliminated gnd loop issues.
Any suggestions as to where I should start?
Over the weekend, I got everything hooked up and running. To be honest, I'm not sure if the improvement is due to the new receiver, speakers or what - probably both. Granted, the speakers are far from broken in (only used them for a few hours), but the sound is wonderful. Glad I bought the S900W. The twin subwoofers and bipolars are great and really balance out the sound. Added the Harmony 650 remote to make life even easier.I finally received my SX series speakers from Fluance. I bought the two towers, two surrounds, a center and sub as a package and then bought an additional sub and a set of bipolar speakers (AVBP2) to round out my 7.2 configuration. I plan to hook them up to the S900W this weekend. I have two rows of seating and was planning to mount the bipolars as side surrounds (on the side walls in between the two rows) and use the other surrounds that came with the package as back surrounds. From what I've read, the recommendation is to use the bipolars as back surrounds - not side surrounds, but with my room configuration, it would seem to make more sense to use them on the side. Thoughts from anyone? JD?
I guess I should have mentioned that my previous setup was the Onkyo TX-NR590 with the Bose Accoustimass 6 speakers/sub. Those out there that are not fans of Bose, will probably applaud my upgrade.Over the weekend, I got everything hooked up and running. To be honest, I'm not sure if the improvement is due to the new receiver, speakers or what - probably both. Granted, the speakers are far from broken in (only used them for a few hours), but the sound is wonderful. Glad I bought the S900W. The twin subwoofers and bipolars are great and really balance out the sound. Added the Harmony 650 remote to make life even easier.
Thanks again PJL99As mentioned in my first post on this ("...I have TV Audio Switching off ..."), turn off HDMI audio switching setting in the Denon HDMI control area. That should correct the issue of the audio switching to the TV sound when you don't want it to.
I set up some Harmony activities to take care of this process. One switches to SmartHub on the TV and switches to TV sound on the Denon. I also programmed the activity with an exit command to switch everything back to the proper HDMI TV port and Cbl/Sat input on the Denon. This works great. I love my Harmony remote.
Is this at average volume levels? Check all speaker wires to ensure no loose strands from one post touching another. Otherwise, exchange it.Have a new X2100W that randomly shuts down.
Fairly simple setup - Comcast Cable & Oppo Blu Ray feeding it and it's connected to a Samsung HDTV
Watching TV through the Comcast box every so often (maybe hours) the X2100W just shuts down for no reason. Turning it back on and it works OK again for a while. Seems to be quite random - sometimes working for 4 - 5 hours before it crashes.
I own the 700W have been having this exact problem and it's driving me crazy. When your video drops, is it "snowy" like static on the screen yet you can still hear audio? I have an Xbox One and my U-Verse cable box is run through it. I've tried hooking up the xbox to all the other hdmi inputs yet still experience this problem. Returned to Amazon and got a new unit the other day and am having the same problem so now I'm thinking it's an hdmi cable issue. Here's my setup:The last few days I get more and more hdmi dropouts (no video for a second, audio works). This is both with the PS4 and cable box. This is on a X2100w. I'm really annoyed by this especially with gaming. So I'm thinking about sending it back and get a Marantz. Would that work? Or is this something different? I have been using the same hdmi cables and components as before, only thing I changed was switching the receiver (Marantz SR6007 > Denon X2100W).
When strange things start happening out of the blue, a "soft reset" by unplugging power cable for 10 minutes is the first step, and if still no joy, after Saving the config file (see Web Control SAVE/LOAD), do a microprocessor reset (post 5 of this thread).Hi
I am just having a strange problem with my brand new x2100w...
Worked fine for a couple of weeks, tried all hdmi inputs, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth, raspbmc,...
Suddenly this evening switching on the avr, no video is going out to TV over hdmi or a wrong resolution like 480.
Audio is OK.
Video is flashing blue on my Philips TV.
Tried switching off everything, changing hdmi ports, restarting all hdmi sources, but no luck.
Any idea or suggestion?