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  1. It seems the base is missing on your RP-160M, but the picture is too dark to be sure.
  2. You should measure the base, the base is wider than the top.
  3. (with a Windows PC) Right click the picture then 'Save Picture' on you computer and look at the data with Explorer.
  4. There is a thread on the internet where someone linked 'Nights in White Satin' with his brother singing out loud to his girlfriends. Now I can't hear that song without thinking about that story ... OMG
  5. Confused. When you remove the small black and red dust caps a banana plug can be inserted. Example from my RP-8060FA's:
  6. Kris, my speakers are mounted flush against the wall (both speakers). So I do have a certain boundary gain but not a corner boundary gain. I read now that your speakers are positioned a certain distance from the wall, which might be the reason of the higher cross-over and in line with the info in the first reply from garyrc
  7. Audyssee measures my RP-240's at 80Hz - sometimes 90Hz - the speakers are mounted in the middle of a long wall so no boundary gains to be expected. I would suggest to put your amplifier in all-channels mode (or connect the RP-240's temporarily as main speakers) and play music loud for a while to loosen the woofers as I remember that my speakers measured higher than 80Hz in the beginning as well. It is not a good idea to lower the cross-over frequency manually because Audyssee does not provide correction below the auto-measured value (setting the cross-over frequency manually higher is not problematic).
  8. I have no idea if the paint can be removed but if not you could paint the other one as well - first in white for the same undercoating and then in any color you fancy.
  9. That would work. Allthough I would first use the 730 and 600 before adding that 3 ch amp.
  10. Yes, you can use up to 5 channels externally if you wish to do so. I don't understand your question but it is not possible to just combine the outputs of 2 (solid state) amplifiers i.e. 200W & 80W does not become 280W but will result in smoke coming out of the amplifiers. Adding the seperate 3 ch amplifier will give you 8 channels (3x 200W and 5x 80W) but no decoder (Atmos or otherwise) to make use of those extra channels.
  11. If you are using the 500sa as upfiring speakers then the switch must be in the Atmos position.
  12. Hello Bill, then I think you have misunderstood something. I would connect the 2 amplifiers as follows: Height 2 Pre/Line Out from the RZ730/830 to the DVD Front (or Video 1) Input of the SR600 but actualy any of the inputs could be used - I hope the schematic below displays as it should The only difference with the 'Main' input is that the Volume knob is active. One puts the volume knob on the SR600 in a fixed/known position and done.
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