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Perceptions Of Sound

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by adc2000974, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. adc2000974

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    Its well known that people are influenced by audio/visual stimuli.
    The point i am getting at is;
    I have a denon avr-1803 it seems to me that when i have the led on and off effects sound, is that me or true?

    I'll be well interested in a good responce, it will prove just how brainy this site is.

    Regards, Adam C
     
  2. eviljohn2

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    There's plenty of brainy people within this site I can assure you!

    Presumably you mean the LCD display?

    On high-end equipment it's been common for years to be able to disable the often superfluous display circuit, allegedly to improve performance.
     
  3. Dimmy

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    Yes, apparently LCD displays are a rather significant undesirable source of audio intereference with most amps.

    Switching the LCD display off alledgedly overcomes this, however, I own and 1803 and can't detect any audible differences with the function switched on or off.
     

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