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Old 01-03-06, 01:20 AM
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Advice Regarding DVD-Audio

Not sure I have my Receiver connected correctly?

I have a Pioneer VSX-49tx
I have it on auto select.

Under front panel is button for Multi CH input
should I select this when playing DVD audio DVDs?
I have 6 RCA wires running out of my DVD player to
Multi CH inputs on back of Receiver, this is correct yes?
If I select this music seems to only be coming from front speakers (Stereo)
Receiver on "Auto" selects Dolby Surround which sounds the best!

3 audio formats Stereo + 6 Channel Surround + DVD-Video Dolby Digital
Which is the best to get the best sound 6 Channel?


Thanks much for your replys!
Old 01-03-06, 03:03 AM
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Sounds like you are hooked up right.
Yes, you use the Multi-Channel button, when playing dvd-a discs.
If it's not sounding right, something is wrong in the dvd player's setup menus.
Good luck!
Old 01-03-06, 09:50 AM
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I agree with checking the setup of the dvd-audio player, and make sure it is set to output in multi-channel.
Old 01-03-06, 12:22 PM
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Also make sure you are playing the multichannel tracks on the disc. Most DVD-A discs have the multichannel DVD-A, high-rez stereo, and Dolby Digital tracks on them.
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Also, go into your DVD players setup menu and make sure it prioritizes to DVD-Audio and not DVD-Video. You should not get any Dolby Digital surround on your 'auto' settings if it's playing the DVD-A tracks.
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All u guys are right on the $.

Dummy me never thought to check DVD players menu.
Under Audio there is option for audio "output" was on 2 ch surround.
I changed it to "Multi Channel".

Never in my life have I ever heard sound like this for music. UNREAL!

Another question: my Receiver reads "analog" in auto setting is this correct?
DVD-Audio is analog verses digital correct?

Thanks again for all your help, much appreciated.
Barry

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Old 01-04-06, 02:05 PM
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Unreal, eh? Want the best of unreal? www.aixrecords.com

You have no idea....
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Originally Posted by Spiky
Unreal, eh? Want the best of unreal? www.aixrecords.com

You have no idea....
Thanks for the web-site will check into it.
Are u saying DVD-Audio disc on this site is better then ones I have?

Example:

1. Luther Vandross: Dance With My Father
2. Eagles: Hotel California
3. Foreigner: Cold As Ice

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Old 01-05-06, 11:09 AM
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Yes. Obviously this will depend on your music tastes, doesn't matter how good if you don't like it. AIX is a tiny studio run by one guy, and he does a great job. The remasters like you mentioned sound great, but brand new recordings with careful attention paid are incredible.

There are other recordings (and studios) that are great, too. I don't mean to demean them, pretty much all DVD-A or SACD discs sound better than comparable CDs. But there's always someone on top.

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