3802 and 2 channel music

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  1. Jason Co

    Jason Co Second Unit

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    I understand that the 3802 memorizes setttings for each output selected. For instance, my setting on tv is PLII. Everytime I change the input to tv it automatically selects PLII. My question is this: my dvd player also plays MP3s, but the output selection on my receiver is dvd which sets my speakers to small and activates my sub. Is there any way possible when I play MP3s through my dvd player that the speakers can be set to large with no sub selected without manually having to do so? I believe that due to the fact that I am using the dvd output from receiver that I will have to manually make the adjustments, but I was just wondering if someone knew something that I didn't.

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    AustinKW Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi Jason,

    I don't know how you're wired but here's a solution to your problem. Let's say you're running optical from the player to your 3802 and have it assigned to "DVD". As you now know anything coming in on "DVD" (DVD-V, MP3, CD) will pick up the settings for "DVD". So run a set of interconnects from your player into one of the analog inputs say "CD". Now when you play a DVD, you select DVD and get the settings for HT. When you play CD or MP3 on the same player, you select "CD" and get the settings appropriate for music listening. Get it? Good luck.

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  3. Jason Co

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    Thanks Austin I will give it a try.

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