...But in the Output section which is below the input section information, the graphic presentation, does it show your full complement of output channels?
My "output" shows the correct number ie: 7.2.0 in my case but the graphic only shows SW1, SW2, L, C, R, SL, and SR but no SBL nor SBR.
Use the web interface to backup your settings prior to the firmware upgrade.I have been an owner for a few months but would appreciate adding me to owners list on this thread. Also, own 5000 amp.
I saw that someone posted on the firmware upgrade that they lost their user settings. Can someone verify that and short of reentering everything is there a fix? Thx!
Welcome!I am feeling the need for a music server right away as I'd like to stream Tidal. I have found some complicated methods to get it to work, but I may have to just get a Mac Mini since I've found that that is the easiest way to stream audio/video. Any other suggestions welcome, and happy listening!
Please let us know what they say about this.Thank you. Something is going with this latest 2.04... earlier I sent an email to Yamaha via their support web site to inquire about this. We'll see what they come back with though I am not sure how responsive they are.
I have a 5.2.4 setup - numbers are correct in the Information screen, but my rear presence speakers aren't shown in the diagram (5.2.2). The rear presence speakers are, however, included on the front panel LED.
I have a 7.1.4 setup and also notice that the Information page doesn't correctly display the rear presence or even the rear surrounds but the front panel display does display those pairs as active on the output side and I do hear sound from them. Input signal was 5.1 from cable box. I see the output Information screen error with both the new Enhanced movie mode and my regular SciFi and Adventure modes. Sorry I didn't have time to check other dsp programs or test with a 7.1 or atmos input signal.You're right. Except on my 5100 the graphics doesn't show rear presence.
Eww.Also noticed it uses the neo:6 decoder vs the other movie modes which use dolby PL2X.
Possibly as I believe Neo:6 has multi-specrtum steering (can steer independently highs, lows, etc) instead of PL2x which isn't (steers full bandwidth) and this could have been a feature of the new Enhanced DSP. Hard to say without talking to the software engineers who made the DSP program.I have no idea if the change in decoder is responsible for the increased activity up there but it is always nice to have another choice.
I noticed that it's possible to switch from Neo:6 to Dolby PL2X in the DSP settings for Enhanced. Haven't tested the difference, though.
That being said, we have always had the choices between either PL2x and Neo:6 for use with the CinemaDSP programs. So it's not new to have "the choice".
Yes, on my system, I can change the decoder for Movie Standard, Spectacle, Sci Fi, Adventure, Drama, and Enhanced. On the web Setup page (e.g., http://192.168.1.166/setup), click the Surround button and then expand Sound_Program_Param. There's also a Sound_Program_Param_for_HP section - any idea what "HP" is?Are you guys saying you can change the decoder for these CinemaDSP programs? If so please share this information.