Question about Denon AVR-3806 Receiver
I have found in one review of the AVR3806 that is possible to Bi Amp the front speakers in a different way that is included in the user manual .
Routing the front pre-amps out feedind the VDP imput and assign the sorround back amp to Zone 3 . Then to select the VDP imput to play in Zone 3. Finnaly to connect the speakers terminals of the SBack to the front and right LF speakers terminals. This way let you adjust the volume of the Zone 3 to increase or decrease the LF ratio on your speakers. Is this a better way ?, and most important ¿Is this the correct way?
Thanks , Jorge from Argentina
jbell302, Check both remote spkers for operation from the A spks output if good, switch B remote spks to A main connect & main A spks to the B remote connection on the Denon spks outputs . Most amp sources do not like different ohm spks types & different cable or spks A-B. lenghts, because this makes up to resistances problems, making the amp to work harder & understanding what is going on. THE AMPS PROTECTION CIRCUIT IS AT ALERT & TRIES TO BALANCE THE RESISTANCE VOLUME. Best move is to try use the same spks. lenght & a higher qauge wire; 12.14.18qa. to better balance the output volume! All matching spks. pairs would help alot as well!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: Hi, I have a Denon
zone 2 volume can be adjusted by zone2 remote control (small one which came with the unit) or by main remote control if you switch it to zone2 mode. My main rem control has a slide switch i have to put in zone 2 position to operate zone 2 amp.
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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1) Not with this unit. WHY bother? Sending identical program to two drivers over separate wires is the same as sending it over one pair.
2) No. Insertion of a microphone tells the unit you're doing setup. The microphone picks it up and sends it to a microprocessor for evaluation. The sound from the mic never finds its way out to a speaker. THAT would be a feedback loop and the tweeters wouldn't like it. (sizzle sizzle)
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