Rotel Multi In & pre outs

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  • Gianluca
    Member
    • Oct 2008
    • 90

    Rotel Multi In & pre outs

    Hello Members,

    I am think of getting an Oppo BDP-83 to allow me to get the new codecs, I will be connecting the Oppo via the multi in of my RSX-1056. I also am presently connecting a Classe Ca-150 via the pre outs for my front mains and was wondering if the multi in will also be sent out the pre outs in this case to my Classe amp.

    Thanks

    Luca
    Sharp Aquos 40" 1080P| Rotel RSX 1056 | Classé CA-150 | Oppo BDP-83 | PS3 | APC H15 | B&W 603 S3 | B&W LCR 600 S3 | B&W 602 S3 | Sunfire True Sub Signature |
  • Kevin D
    Ultra Senior Member
    • Oct 2002
    • 4601

    #2
    Sure will.

    Kevin D.

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    • fvoelling
      Member
      • Jul 2004
      • 83

      #3
      Originally posted by Gianluca
      Hello Members,

      I am think of getting an Oppo BDP-83 to allow me to get the new codecs, I will be connecting the Oppo via the multi in of my RSX-1056. I also am presently connecting a Classe Ca-150 via the pre outs for my front mains and was wondering if the multi in will also be sent out the pre outs in this case to my Classe amp.

      Thanks

      Luca
      Hey, let us know how it works out, I'm considering a similar hookup (possibly even using the same Oppo, though I may hold out for a streaming version). My concern is possible lipsync issues that can not be corrected by the Rotel when using analog inputs.

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      • rhinopilot
        Junior Member
        • Jan 2009
        • 29

        #4
        Originally posted by fvoelling
        Hey, let us know how it works out, I'm considering a similar hookup (possibly even using the same Oppo, though I may hold out for a streaming version). My concern is possible lipsync issues that can not be corrected by the Rotel when using analog inputs.
        Fvoelling,

        I use a BDP-83 with a Rotel RSP-1068 via analog outputs. The Oppo player comes with 2 setup Blu Ray discs. One for video and one for audio. You can adjust the outputs from the Oppo to compensate for those issues by telling the player how many feet away each speaker is from the listening position. The only downside is that it is only in whole foot increments, but it seems to work fine for me.

        -Mike

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        • Gianluca
          Member
          • Oct 2008
          • 90

          #5
          I'll let you guys know how it goes. I have not read anything concerning libsync issues. I hope it does not end being an issue

          Thanks

          Luca
          Sharp Aquos 40" 1080P| Rotel RSX 1056 | Classé CA-150 | Oppo BDP-83 | PS3 | APC H15 | B&W 603 S3 | B&W LCR 600 S3 | B&W 602 S3 | Sunfire True Sub Signature |

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          • Mark_C.
            Senior Member
            • Jan 2003
            • 386

            #6
            I have the Oppo hooked up to the RSP-1066 via multi input and lipsynch has never been an issue.

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            • hurin
              Senior Member
              • Sep 2009
              • 118

              #7
              Originally posted by rhinopilot
              Fvoelling,

              The only downside is that it is only in whole foot increments, but it seems to work fine for me.

              -Mike
              Sound travels at 1125 feet/s at room temperature. If a speaker is half a feet out of sync with the others, its sound would reach your listening position with a delay of 1/2250 seconds. And you could not possibly hear that.

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              • rhinopilot
                Junior Member
                • Jan 2009
                • 29

                #8
                Originally posted by hurin
                Sound travels at 1125 feet/s at room temperature. If a speaker is half a feet out of sync with the others, its sound would reach your listening position with a delay of 1/2250 seconds. And you could not possibly hear that.
                Point taken. I was trying to convey that the Oppo doesn't allow exact measurements for all of us perfectionists, unlike many systems that allow the distance to be set to 1/10 of a foot.

                Thanks for the info!
                Mike

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                • Gianluca
                  Member
                  • Oct 2008
                  • 90

                  #9
                  Hello,

                  Well Just to let those interested, I have since purchased and hooked up my Oppo. So far I am very pleased with the results.

                  Have to figure out the sub trim level to aply but that is it. I recall that the OPPO doesn't aply a 10db boost.

                  Thanks All

                  Luca
                  Sharp Aquos 40" 1080P| Rotel RSX 1056 | Classé CA-150 | Oppo BDP-83 | PS3 | APC H15 | B&W 603 S3 | B&W LCR 600 S3 | B&W 602 S3 | Sunfire True Sub Signature |

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