Is there any HT setup that has his-n-hers settings memory?

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  1. David-Kraemer

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    My wife and I have very different tastes when it comes to sound. Is there any receiver or system that would have a memory for where the bass is for example? When she wants to listen she would press a button and she would get her settings, another button would be mine. I'm starting from nothing so anything would work, also if we could keep it on the less expensive side there would be a better chance of getting spouse approval.

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  2. James Edward

    James Edward Supporting Actor

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    My NAD T752 Receiver has 5 presets for various sound configurations. I believe that is just what you are looking for. Other receivers may also have this function- I'm sure others will reply if they do.
     
  3. Scott Oliver

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    Any processor or reciever that has assignable inputs could probably do this.

    For example my Theta CasaNova is completly programmable. It has a potential for 12 sources. These 12 sources could be actually 12 different sources like a VCR, DVD, CD, TV, etc. or I could have just one source connceted and set it up in 12 different ways, different crossovers, different sound modes, etc.
     
  4. David-Kraemer

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    yep, that's what I'm looking for...I've just started looking at systems. It's important that whatever I get be simple to operate, either by it's self or from some remote control macro (she is very hostile to technology if it doesn't work with just one button). I shudder to think of how my wife will set things up. In her car she has the treble all the way up and the bass all the way down, yech. It sound like a crappy old am radio. On a brighter note my Panasonic cp-72 just came in yesterday, whoo hoo, one step closer.

    Thanks for the replies.
     
  5. NickSP

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    The 4ES has 5 different EQ setups so it can do what you seek.
     

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