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Hi,Yes, the latest Firmware, even though it's with support for calibrated mic superceeds the previous version, it can be used with the standard mic, just skip adding the calibrated mic data feature.
Hi,If not using the calibrated mic, there is no need to load the Mic Calibration data at all. Just 'Open File' to load the new firmware, and run firmware update, click 'Start'. Ignore the Mic part.
Just wanted to know the output voltage if possible.I need to know to see how it will matches other equipments.
The manual mentions a headphone output - is there a headphone amp built in? I don't see a jack in the photos.Also, how would this unit work with an external headphone amp (or DAC/amp), while remaining hooked up to a multichanel amp for speakers? The spec's mention a spdif output, but I don't see a digital output jack (other than HDMI). Lastly in the headphone vein, what exactly is "HD Headphone Surround Sound'?
The mention of a Headphone Output is in error and should be fixed soon.The software HD Surround Sound process is also a remnant of the OEM's firmware, and not available since there is no Phones output.
Thanks John. As for the spdif output, the photo on the Nuforce site doesn't show a jack but another photo I found online does show one. What is the current configuration?If there is a digital output, can the audio (from HDMI input) be switched between the analog outputs and the digital one? That way, I could hook a DAC/headphone amp to the digital output for headphone use when watching movies or using the xbox.
Also make sure and pick up the FEB/MARCH issue Of Sound and Vision for a review/test of the AVP-18
The lowest HP crossover is 1kHz. The latest Firmware is always better than the previous/earlier one. Unfortunately due to warehousing, the unit always come with the last firmware when that AVP-18 was build in the factory, a couple month lag in terms of firmware. If you have no issue, you may not need to update the firmware.
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