H/K AVR-310 Analog Bypass...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by AaronD, Feb 24, 2002.

  1. AaronD

    AaronD Stunt Coordinator

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    I can't seem to find a solid word in the documentation on my H/K AVR-310 as to wether it has analog bypass on the stereo in's or not... I tend to think that it does because there is no speaker size choice and the sub crossover is fixed at either 40hz or 60hz. When I turn a digital input on for the same source I then get a small/large choice and more crossover choices.
    Anyone have a definite answer?
    Thanks,
    Aaron
     
  2. Eujin

    Eujin Supporting Actor

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    I have the 320, which is pretty much the same receiver except that it has DPLII. On the 320, the Stereo mode bypasses surround processing for direct analog path. The only thing that can be adjusted is the crossover and whether or not you're using a sub. There is also a Tone Mode button which basically defeats any tone control for an even cleaner signal. My CD player is connected only by analog interconnects. Hope this helps.
     

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