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  1. Mike Clemens

    Denon AVR X4700H ?

    First, let me explain my modest HT setup. After 12 years, I retired my 65" Panasonic Plasma and replaced with 85" Samsung QN90A. I need to upgrade my AVR to one which handles 4K and Dolby Atmos. My 7 year old Yamaha does not. I have a 5.1 surround setup with L C R, BL, BR and sub. I...
  2. Mike Clemens

    Upgrade sound to Dolby Atmos?

    The real bummer is that my $2000 Yamaha AVR which is only 5 years old is now almost worthless because it doesn't do 4K and atmos. How long will my next AVR be relevant? hahah That's how it goes.
  3. Mike Clemens

    Upgrade sound to Dolby Atmos?

    Thanks for the replies. Valuable information. . I cannot add ceiling speakers, but I can add two up-firing speakers on top of the L and R front tower speakers. Can you recommend a good receiver that won't break the bank? My budget is about $1 - 2K
  4. Mike Clemens

    Upgrade sound to Dolby Atmos?

    Hello all. I'm upgrading my TV. I'm retiring my 65 inch Panasonic Plasma and going with Samsung 85 inch QN90A. For sound I have a 5.1 setup with a Yamaha receiver that is about 10 years old. It does Dolby Digital and DTS. Is it worth upgrading the AV receiver to Dolby Atmos? I'd like to...
  5. Mike Clemens

    I'm looking to upgrade my display TV I've been reading about lip sync issues.

    Yes. My Yamaha RX V3900 does have audio delay settings, but it's not 4K. How about if I run the 4K Roku and Blue Ray player into two HDMI ports on the TV, and run the TVs optical audio out into the Yamaha? Also, I've decided to go with the Samsung 85 Q90t with local dimming. Not as good a...
  6. Mike Clemens

    I'm looking to upgrade my display TV I've been reading about lip sync issues.

    My current system is a Panasonic Plasma TV connected via HDMI to Yamaha AV receiver. I get my TV via ROKU which goes into the Yamaha and provides sound from speakers connected to the Yamaha. I don't use the TV speakers at all. My sound syncs perfectly with the TV. I want to upgrade the TV...
  7. Mike Clemens

    Sanyo PLV70 overheating. Replacement?

    Call for service and get it repaired. They will give you the B/S of it not being covered under the warranty because it is a neglect issue in that you did not keep the filters clean. Lean on them and they will agree to fix it "this one time only". I believe they have a product defect on their...
  8. Mike Clemens

    Sanyo PLV70 overheating. Replacement?

    no one has a comment?
  9. Mike Clemens

    Sanyo PLV70 overheating. Replacement?

    My PLV-70 is about 2.5 years old. Since new I've cleaned the filters once a month without fail. It has 800 hours of use over its 2.5 year life. I've just had it back to Sanyo to for a problem where it displayed a bluish circular area in the center of the screen. The technician said it is...
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