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  1. eric nyhof

    how good is the pioneer VSX-1014 going to be compared to the elite.....

    When you did this did you have 2 sets of wires going to each speaker? Looking in the manual it says when you bi-amp you need to run a second set of wires from the surround back terminals to your speakers. The speakers also need to be bi-ampable, you have to remove the metal strip connecting...
  2. eric nyhof

    how good is the pioneer VSX-1014 going to be compared to the elite.....

    I clicked it into bi-amp mode without adding any wire and noticed no difference, even at higher volumes.
  3. eric nyhof

    how good is the pioneer VSX-1014 going to be compared to the elite.....

    Seems to me that doing this would create a direct short and fry the amp. If anybody has tried it does it work? I would like to try it out if it works. Running 2 amps in parallel should also double the impedence that the amp sees, so it would be easier to drive 4 ohm speakers.
  4. eric nyhof

    how good is the pioneer VSX-1014 going to be compared to the elite.....

    I think Pioneer was conservative with the power rating of the 1014. The test put out 115 wpc x 5 channels driven. Here's the link you are looking for http://hometheatermag.com/receivers/1204pioneer/
  5. eric nyhof

    how good is the pioneer VSX-1014 going to be compared to the elite.....

    I am having a similar hum problem with my 1014 and powered subwoofer. With no sub hooked up there is no hum, but when I hook it up it hums out of my sub and also my mains. I narrowed it down to my dish reciever, but they send the wrong one. I was supposed to get the DVR but I got the normal...
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