RX-V2500 Receiver Manager

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Brett Mihans, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. Brett Mihans

    Brett Mihans Auditioning

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    Hi,
    Has anybody used this program yet? It is strictly for the 2500. Was also wondering if someone did use it, if it was easy to make volume presets per input.
    Thanks,
    Brett
     
  2. mindy_c

    mindy_c Stunt Coordinator

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    The Yamaha Z9 has the editor ability also, and I have found it incredibly easy to use. The software program is very easy to understand, as it uses labled tabs for every section you can go in and edit. All the adjustments are very easy to do, including each inputs volume.
     
  3. Brett Mihans

    Brett Mihans Auditioning

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    Thanks mindy_c,
    I haven't tried this editor yet, but I heard a lot of people trying to use the editor for the V2400 on the 2500 and essentially messing up the firmware of their amps.

    I just noticed the new program on their website, and the GUI is a little confusing as opposed to your editor. Looks like the program for the 2500 only is a work in progress.

    Thanks again,
    Brett
     
  4. rob-h

    rob-h Second Unit

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    Funny that they have nothing for the 5890 and its a very similar reciever.
     
  5. JoanPablo_T

    JoanPablo_T Stunt Coordinator

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    The receiver manager is very cool! The thing I like the most is the ability to program dozens of options and relay them into an ir remote and only have to use 3 ir codes to do it. One for ON, one for Source, and one for everything else. Very cool stuff.


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