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I’m a bit confused about this now, because I’ve gotten different answers.
I am using the HDMI arc connection ( it’s the only HDMI out) (Denon avr-x1600h) connected to the HDMI arc on my tv ( Panasonic fz950 OLED (which is full bandwidth)
I have my 4K blu ray player and PS4 Pro connected to my avr HDMI ports.
When I’m playing a 4K movie with Atmos on my blu-ray player, am I getting it down-converted to something lower quality, or full lossless atmos?
I understand that playing something from my tv, eg the Netflix app, I wont be able to get Atmos.
When playing a movie with atmos connected to the HDMI ARC port of my tv, my AVR says Dolby Atmos – True HD.
Now when playing it on the HDMI non arc port, it says the say thing, Dolby Atmos -True HD.
Everything sounds the same.
Don't know how to explain this but here goes.
I have an Anthem 720 together with 7.1 speakers plus a Panasonic TV plus just purchased an Apple 4K TV device.
Netflix via the TV and the Anthem the sound is awesome, and when I press the mode button it says it is playing in surround sound.
Netflix via the Apple 4K TV it says Dolby Atmos but the sound is no where as good. It stutters and sounds awful and you have to turn the volume up so much to get anywhere close to the same via Netflix on my TV.
Any ideas what this could be?
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I have recently purchased an Anthem MRX 720 AVR however i need another 2 channel amp to power my two additional outdoor speakers.
My speakers are PSB CS1000 https://www.westcoasthifi.com.au/product/psb-cs1000-outdoor-speakers/
They are way too overkill for outdoors due to neighbours and not being able to talk so I dont need to play them really loud etc.
Any recommendations for a 2 channel amp to connect to my Anthem to power these?
I used my Anthem currently to power 2 x floor standing speakers, center, sub and 4 x In ceiling speakers.
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Item: Anthem MRX520 AV Receiver
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