These ones are great quality and good value for moneyHi thanks for the reply!
It´s RCA cables the receiver does not have XLR, i'ts a 720
Based on this review I would say yes.Can anyone tell me if the AVM 50V will make a better stereo preamp than the MRX 300. I assume the components in the 50 will be a better class than the 300 so that will help. But so far as I can tell, the ARC software version is the same...?
I’m mainly interested in it for stereo with a subwoofer, though it will be used for 5.1 surround as well.
Cheers for the reply, it does seem like 50 should outperform the 300 on original price alone.Based on this review I would say yes.
My 15 year old Tag Processor out performer my MRX310 easily.
I use both of those with my 1120. The ATV 4K is no problem whatsoever, the IQ4 is fine as well, even though I'm running it from another room via a 15m optical HDMI cable and a 4K splitter. It's unlikely you're going to need to worry about either of those two too much.The gear connected to the amp will be;
2. ATV 4 K
4. Foxtel IQ4
Thanks, do you have a link? I can’t see it within the normal events section on the forum
You will need to connect the 820 Video HDMI to the TV and the Audio HDMI to the Anthem.Hi, hope someone can help, I have the mrx720. I’ve got a Samsung tv Q90r which does Hdr10+, I’ve just got a Panasonic ub820 that also does Hdr10+, unfortunately the Anthem doesn’t. Therefor I need to go Hdmi video from the ub 820 to the tv on the one connect box , which Hdmi port do I use for this?at the moment I use Hdmi arc out from the Anthem to Hdmi arc on the tv. I know I will have to use the Hdmi audio out from the Blu-ray player to the Anthem . Do I connect this to the second Hdmi out on the Anthem. Hope someone can help thankyou.
Hi orange55,You will need to connect the 820 Video HDMI to the TV and the Audio HDMI to the Anthem.
Hi Eddy555,You'd have to check if all the Samsung HDMI inputs support full 4K, but in theory any input should be fine.
The audio HDMI goes into any Anthem HDMI input.
Don't worry about ARC return channel, it's not relevant in this case. You're just sending the video direct to the TV and the audio direct to the amp.
Yes SkyQ goes into the Anthem no issues there .i‘ll just have to lay on the floor to see the info. Ha ha ha .Correct, you won't get any Anthem info on the screen as it's not handling the image. The Anthem needs to be part of the image chain to be able to add the menu overlay onto your TV.
I'm assuming Sky Q goes into your Anthem before going to the the TV.
You can use all the menu functions from the display on the front of the Anthem though. It's not as easy, but everything is there.
You will not get LFE from a separate amp. LFE is a channel in itself, the .1 channel. That will only get played through the connected LFE channel of the receiver. Your front and left channels will only be sending the signals above the crossover set on the receiver, usually 80hz in a surround sound set up as all speakers should be set to small with that crossover.This is a bass management question. I have subwoofers connected to a separate amp that also receives pre-outs from the Fr Lt and Fr Rt of my MRX1120 and drives those speakers too.
What settings do I use in the MRX1120 bass management menu to ensure bass and LFE are routed to the separate amp?