Question about Teac AG-D8900 Receiver
I can only play the "pro-logic" or "3 way" to not get an echo. When I go with "theatre" or any other surround sound, I get an echo I cannot get out. I'm running this through my computer and a projector.
You want to adjust the "DELAY" setting on the receiver. The standard (default) delay setting is 20mS, which may need to be shortened if your speakers are well behind your listening position. In a proper setup, you should not detect a significant echo effect in surround programming (unless it is a purposely "echoey" scene). Also, make sure you don't have any of the "enhanced" DSP modes engaged -- some of these are quite echoey. if it has speaker set up, there should be a setting for distance. You might have it set close, so that by the time you hear the fronts, the rears should go. Try setting it farther each time until it sounds right. good luck
Posted on Mar 26, 2006
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