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Old 01-06-2023, 06:00 PM   #21
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I haven't followed processors/AVRs in the last so many years, but this is huge! It's the reason why I stuck with Yamaha and went with a CX-A5200 a few years ago as it was a tweaker's delight. I was able to squeeze out that extra DB when calibrating each sub. I otherwise hadn't seen this feature in other AVRs/processors to that point, and now there's a model with 4 independent sub controls.
Definitely convenient, but unless I'm missing something, isn't the work around to turn off one sub, set the sub level to 0 in the pre/pro and then adjust the gain on the sub itself and then do the same for the other sub?
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Definitely convenient, but unless I'm missing something, isn't the work around to turn off one sub, set the sub level to 0 in the pre/pro and then adjust the gain on the sub itself and then do the same for the other sub?
Actually what I was referring to has more to do with fine tuning additional subs to maximize gain/output. I had added a 3rd sub, and in theory (or as I understand it anyway), an additional sub should net +6 db, but I was only getting +4 initially with the 3rd sub. Once everything was level-set, having multiple sub controls allowed me to adjust relative distance and phase from the listening positions, which got me to the defacto +6 db. It actually took more effort before I could get it to that point to adjust the delays/phase, but that's for another day lol.

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Actually what I was referring to has more to do with fine tuning additional subs to maximize gain/output. I had added a 3rd sub, and in theory (or as I understand it anyway), an additional sub should net +6 db, but I was only getting +4 initially with the 3rd sub. Once everything was level-set, having multiple sub controls allowed me to adjust relative distance and phase from the listening positions, which got me to the defacto +6 db. It actually took more effort before I could get it to that point to adjust the delays/phase, but that's for another day lol.
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Marantz AMP10 16 channel power amplifiers was just allocated to us and will be shipped next week, Jan. 16th.

We'll be pairing it with Marantz's new AV10 15.4 channel a/v pre-pro processor in our new high-end theater.
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Marantz AMP10 16 channel power amplifiers was just allocated to us and will be shipped next week, Jan. 16th.

We'll be pairing it with Marantz's new AV10 15.4 channel a/v pre-pro processor in our new high-end theater.
Hey Robert, any news to report on the AV 10/AMP 10 combo yet?
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Marantz's AMP10 just shipped, but have not arrived yet.

For now we're using Marantz's AV10 with NAD's 8 channel power amplifiers in our new high-end theater.
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Marantz's AMP10 just shipped, but have not arrived yet.

For now we're using Marantz's AV10 with NAD's 8 channel power amplifiers in our new high-end theater.
How does the AV 10 sound and operate?
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Marantz's new AV10 15.4 channel A/V Processor is a dream.

Other than it's exceptional A/V performance we're loving all of the full HDMI 2.1 inputs and outputs that gives the users the ability to make a large complex system easy to operate and manage.

HDCP handshaking is quick and reliable and the unit is quiet (no noticeable fan noise)

The audio is very clear and detailed with the full dynamic tonal range that gives all of the multi-channels audio more depth. Movies have a more emotional feeling and deep rich audio that can reach all of the high points when needed very clearly and accurately.

We have Marantz's AV10 set-up in a very high-end theater with JVC's NZ9 and Sony's VPL-XW7000ES and all high-end Perlisten's 5.2.4 speakers.
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Marantz's new AV10 15.4 channel A/V Processor is a dream.

Other than it's exceptional A/V performance we're loving all of the full HDMI 2.1 inputs and outputs that gives the users the ability to make a large complex system easy to operate and manage.

HDCP handshaking is quick and reliable and the unit is quiet (no noticeable fan noise)

The audio is very clear and detailed with the full dynamic tonal range that gives all of the multi-channels audio more depth. Movies have a more emotional feeling and deep rich audio that can reach all of the high points when needed very clearly and accurately.

We have Marantz's AV10 set-up in a very high-end theater with JVC's NZ9 and Sony's VPL-XW7000ES and all high-end Perlisten's 5.2.4 speakers.
Awesome to hear, that was the type of analysis I was looking for. Come bonus time, I might be giving you folks a call.
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