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Is it me or are you strugging with setting up ?

flyer

Established Member
:oops: 4 years ago I converted my garage into a home cinema room, Projector/DVD/AMP etc all set up with component and scart,

and now with a new system its like setting up a PC. All items talk to one another, everything is highly technical.

Don't get me wrong I am 44 years old and have a lot of gadgits, iphone, tom tom etc. However when I started to set up the Pioneer 919/Kef 3005's and 320 Blu - ray to a Samsung LED..................... I thought wow I need to take a day off work!

Maybe its just me but I certainly under estimated the "set up", perhaps I should have had it installed!!

Better go, only on page 36 of the instructions...lol

Flyer :clap:
 
:oops: 4 years ago I converted my garage into a home cinema room, Projector/DVD/AMP etc all set up with component and scart,

and now with a new system its like setting up a PC. All items talk to one another, everything is highly technical.

Don't get me wrong I am 44 years old and have a lot of gadgits, iphone, tom tom etc. However when I started to set up the Pioneer 919/Kef 3005's and 320 Blu - ray to a Samsung LED..................... I thought wow I need to take a day off work!

Maybe its just me but I certainly under estimated the "set up", perhaps I should have had it installed!!

Better go, only on page 36 of the instructions...lol

Flyer :clap:

Perhaps I am looking at it too simplistically but essentially once I would have used Scart now I use HDMI.

Usually HDMI alone suffices except for the likes of Sky+HD when you need an additional optical or coax connection.

The "talking to each other" seems to happen in the background and requires no intervention from me.

BTW I am 52 so you are a spring chicken.
 
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flyer

Established Member
William

The problem with me is I don't read instruction books, unless I have too!!!

I need to slow down and pay more attention.

Flyer
 
I will admit to reading the manual only when I get stuck.
 
You read them quite often then? :D :hiya:

Uh I am so hurt, apart from my biamping issue which is supposedly being looked at by Sony Tokyo Engineering Dept I haven't looked at the 2400 manual.

How do you turn it on? I only ask in case my Harmony breaks.:rotfl:
 

dante01

Distinguished Member
How do you turn it on? I only ask in case my Harmony breaks.:rotfl:

You need a tennis ball. Throw it at the big button on the front of the amp when you want to turn it on or off. With a little practice, you can get the angle such that the ball bounces off your ducks and back into your hand ;)
 

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