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Can the Reciver change it's sound???(Yamaha)

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by CosmicOne, Nov 15, 2004.

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  1. CosmicOne

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    I have a Yamaha RXV650 (i think many of u guys already know),sometimes when am listening to it(using a song or movie that i listened to many times) i feel as if some details are missing & on other days i feel everything is there & all is fine??also the same with PC games???

    could the Reciver be changing it's sound in some way??is this problem possible???
     
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    Maybe it is the quality of your power supply to your house thats doing it.
     
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    or the ambient noise in the room..
     
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    i get from that guys,it cant be a mechanical problem with the Reciver??
     
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    It's worth baring in mind that the way your hear things changes a lot more than your equipment. Having a cold really messes with your hearing and can do for quite a while after you feel ok.
     
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    but i tried it many times??!!!
     
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    I was making a general observation. :) It is possible that you have some intermittent fault on your system. Is the change very obvious? Does any one else notice it?

    Also, are you sure you have all the same sound field settings? The Yamaha DSP programs do have quite a big impact on the detail.
     
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    Yes the difference was in both Stereo & dolbyDigital & DSP's was off,but i think i gonna need more testing about this issue.
     

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