Just got a new yamaha or DSP-A1 owners, know any tricks?

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  1. Mike boettner

    Mike boettner Stunt Coordinator

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    Well I bought a DSP-A1. I love it!!!I know its not super current, but I was just Pro Logic before this. I sounds sweet with DD and DTS. But the difference in the music performance is just amazing! Any of you current or previous DSP-A1 owners have any suggestions or tips for me?

    Thanks,

    Mike
     
  2. RobertSchaez

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    I own a RX-V2095, which is the next step doen and a receiver. If you have a hankering for the DSP modes,

    go into the Parameter Adjustments menue and turn all the reverb and delay to as low as possible. Have fun, I heard it is a great sounding unit! BTW, what did you spend, if you don't mind me asking?
     
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    Be sure and use the extra front speakers. They make a difference, especially for music DSP modes.

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    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
  4. Mike boettner

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    Robert,
    I got it for the low, low, low price of $800.[​IMG]My wife acts like I spent a million bucks! I never thought I'd ever own top of the line Yamaha even if it was from a few years ago!
    Wayne,
    I'm working on the front speakers. Their in my Daughters room and she'd get mad if she didn't have any music. I'll figure out something. I even found an old stereo review which reviewed the DSP-A1. 116 watts per channel, all channels driven!!
    Thanks guys,
    Mike
     
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    Hi Robert:

    I have had the DSP A1 since it was first introduced. Have

    never had a problem or worry, just terrific sound and service. As previously mentioned the front effect speakers do work wonders with this unit. I use a small pair of

    Boston's and they work great, no bass response is needed from the little guys. I do use the DSP's for both movies

    and DVD concerts and find them a great addition. Although

    I am planning on upgrading to the RX-Z1 I will be keeping the A1 and using it downstairs, it is the kind of unit you

    really never want to get rid of. Best of luck.
     

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