Yamaha DSP

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  1. NadeemF

    NadeemF Auditioning

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    i own a Yamaha DSP amp which recommends the use of seven channels (7:1). Could you share your experience, if any.
    Thanks.
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  2. Neil Joseph

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    Welcome Nadeem to the HTF.
    I am moving your thread to the Receivers/Separates/Pre-amps/Pre-Pros section. You will get a better response to your question there.
     
  3. Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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    Welcome to the Forum, Nadeem!

    I’ve been Yamaha’s 7-channel systems for 8 years now, and I love it. The extra front speakers add a lot to the soundfield effects. I went without them for a period (i.e., using the standard 5-speaker set-up), and it made a significant difference. I was happy to get the extra speakers back.

    Yamaha has specific placement preferences for the front effects speakers, but I have found placement to be forgiving. I don’t have mine as high or as far behind the front mains as Yamaha recommendations, but it sounds great in spite of that.

    Go for it. I’m sure you’ll like it.

    Regards,

    Wayne A. Pflughaupt
     
  4. Kevin C Brown

    Kevin C Brown Producer

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    My personal opinion, is that Yamaha DSP algorythms in general are quite top notch.

    I personally liked the sound fields of the Yamaha RX-V793 receiver I had a while ago (Dolby Digital only, *before* DTS...), better than that of the Sony TA-E9000ES pre amp/processor I have now.

    I only ever used a 5.1 set up though.

    If only Yammie would do a pre/pro...
     

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