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Delay on 912?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by TopMeTom, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. TopMeTom

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    does the pio 912 have a delay so that it is ok to work with plasma?

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    Can't be perfectly sure bout this but I think that the only Pioneer models with lip sync delay are the AX3, AX5i, and AX10i. So probably not in your case. Maybe someone with the 912 could confirm this though, as only going on what i have heard and read about the pioneer receivers.

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    I just got a 912 today and when reding the manual came across this
    " use ( up arrow) and (down arrow) to adjust delay for each channel when youre done"
    So maybe it does have delay but will need to have a mess around wi it at weekend to see for sure :)
     
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    BBC- Nope. That's not overall AV Sync delay (ie to match the Plasma's own delay)- that's individual speaker delay- for adjusting distance from the listening position to each speaker. All AV amps & AV Pre-amps have this function... either with delay in milliseconds or feet/metres distance (it converts distance to the correct delay amount)
     

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