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Offline Calvin83

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Help on Yamaha RXV730
« on: June 04, 2002, 19:25 »
How do I go about getting Dolby 2.1 to work? Whenever I play Dobly 2.1, I can only switch between Prologic or Prologic II? I can't seem to find how to go about disabling Prologic/Prologic II on the receiver. Can someone kindly enlighten? Thank you.
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Re:Help on Yamaha RXV730
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2002, 21:57 »
On my yammy 2200, turn off "effects" to listen to plain stereo.

Btw, Dolby 2.1 is a term never used. The "2.1" numerology indicates "2" discrete channels + a "0.1" bass channel.

Look up ur manual on how to turn on/off effects.

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Re:Help on Yamaha RXV730
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2002, 22:12 »
Thanks for the correction, so I supposed it's called Dobly Surround?

Hmm, what is the meaning of stereo? It means only the 2 main speakers right? So when I change to stereo mode, it is Dobly Surround? Actually I knew of the stereo mode, but I thought maybe there's another mode for Dobly Surround. ???
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