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Pioneer VSX-1131-B 7.2 Network AV Receiver with Bluetooth - £379.00 sold by Peter Tyson fulfilled by amazon

£379.00 @ Amazon
Been looking to replace my AV Amp for sometime now. This seems to have quite a good spec for the price. The network and Bluetooth were a must. also upscales to 4K. Great connectivity. was over £…
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Been looking to replace my AV Amp for sometime now. This seems to have quite a good spec for the price. The network and Bluetooth were a must.

also upscales to 4K. Great connectivity. was over £500 a few weeks back.

Here's the blurb from the site:

The VSX-1131 is fully-equipped for the latest multi-dimensional surround sound formats, DTS:X and Dolby Atmos, featuring the Reflex Optimizer for enabled speakers. With Ultra HD (4K/60p/4:4:4) upscaling and pass-through and support for the latest video standards HDR and BT.2020, images are ever more impressive. In addition to internet radio and various network streaming services, with Google Cast built-in you can use your mobile device to cast your favourite music to your receiver. Multi-Dimensional Excitement with Dolby AtmosThe VSX-1131 is compatible with 5.2.2ch configuration of the latest theatre sound platform, Dolby Atmos. You can reproduce object-oriented sound in smooth, curving movements, or the realistic three-dimensional movement overhead by the top speakers. DTS:X Ready DTS:X is the next-generation audio codec from DTS that leverages object-based audio to enable new immersive and interactive audio experiences. Since DTS:X can automatically adapt the audio to the existing channels and speaker system, no specific speaker layout is required. Experience an immersive soundscape with incredibly rich and life-like audio. * DTS:X will be available with firmware update.Ultra HD (4K/60p/4:4:4/24-bit) Upscaling/ Pass-Through with HDCP 2.2 The feature lets you take advantage of the highest-quality video source for viewing on a 4K TV. With support for HDCP 2.2, you can enjoy premium content such as 4K videos with digital copy protection on a compatible display. What's more, the VSX-1131 is ready for the HDR (High Dynamic Range) and BT.2020 next generation video standards. * Supports up to 4K/60p/4:4:4/24-bit with HDCP 2.2 on HDMI IN (1/2/3) and HDMI OUT (MAIN/SUB). Google Cast The VSX-1131 has Google Cast, the same technology behind Chromecast built-in, so you can use your mobile device to cast your favourite music, radio, or podcasts to your speaker. Works with iOS, Android, and Chrome web browser. Discover Cast-enabled apps at g.co/cast/audioapps.* Google Cast will be available summer 2016 via firmware update. MCACC Auto Room Tuning Create the optimum acoustic environment with Pioneer's MCACC (Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration System), developed with the expertise of professional recording studios. With the custom microphone, the system automatically compensates for differences in speaker size, level and distance, and equalizes response. As an innovative solution for the phase lag between the subwoofer and the main channel speakers caused by the network filter, Phase Control compensates the delayed bass to improve sound synchronization. Reflex Optimizer High directivity sound reflects off the ceiling, while low directivity sound directly reaches the ears. This difference causes a phase shift, making the sound feel uncomfortable. To solve this, the new technology optimizes the performance of your up-firing elevation speakers for your listening environment, by aligning the phase of direct and indirect sound, matching the basic tone, and optimizing the upward-oriented frequencies. The result is overall seamless sound with Dolby Atmos enabled speakers, allowing the ideal reproduction of three-dimensional surround sound. Multi-Zone (Powered ZONE 2) With Pioneer's Multi-Zone, you can play music from different sources in two zones at the same time.
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#1
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
#2
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.

From the looks of things, both are HDCP 2.2
#3
Thanks, that's what I'm thinking, but Pioneers own website seems surprisingly non-committal on that aspect as well - has anyone actually got and confirm?
#4
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
#5
Same price at Richersounds
#6
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
#7
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Are you sure you need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?

Edited By: paulj48 on Nov 27, 2016 17:39
#8
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Toubsure tou need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?
4k projectors won't be that expensive for ever and i want a receiver that will last a few years......the Denon x2300 has hdcp 2.2 on every input and output, so i think it's a corner cut too far with this one!
#9
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Toubsure tou need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?
4k projectors won't be that expensive for ever and i want a receiver that will last a few years......the Denon x2300 has hdcp 2.2 on every input and output, so i think it's a corner cut too far with this one!
I think the Pioneer should be on both the outputs as everything in the chain has to be 2.2 otherwise none of it works.
#10
I am well out of the game with these now I have the vsx-922 I don't care about 4k at all is this worth it or just keep what I have. I would like to be able to stream video from phones on it but even with my s7 edge I can't find anything that will streak music easily only iphone are great at it still it seems
#11
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Toubsure tou need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?
4k projectors won't be that expensive for ever and i want a receiver that will last a few years......the Denon x2300 has hdcp 2.2 on every input and output, so i think it's a corner cut too far with this one!
If the cheapest now is 6 grand then it'll take quite a while for them to become more affordable' to someone considering a £400 processor and Amp.

Edited By: paulj48 on Nov 27, 2016 18:18
#12
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Toubsure tou need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?
4k projectors won't be that expensive for ever and i want a receiver that will last a few years......the Denon x2300 has hdcp 2.2 on every input and output, so i think it's a corner cut too far with this one!
If the cheapest now is 6 grand then it'll take quite a while for them to become more affordable' to someone considering a £400 processor and Amp.
When they hit <£2k I'll probably jump in, and I'm pretty certain that'll be in less than a year.
The fact is, I bought a SONY STR-DN840 18months ago as it was advertised as both 4k and HDMI 2.0 compliant, but it turned out that it can't manage HDCP 2.2 and is effectively useless for 4k passthrough. I don't see why anyone would accept unnecessary compromises when the competition manage to implement it on their ranges, especially when they appear to be rather deliberately discrete about the inadequacies of their product.
#13
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
paulj48
N1Andy
Can anyone confirm whether both hdmi outs are hdcp2.2 compliant? This seems to indicate they are, whereas Richersounds seems to indicate they aren't.
A 2016 4K model will defiantly be fully HDCP2.2 compliant
You would have thought so, but only 3 of the inputs are hdcp2.2 compliant, which isn't a problem for me as long as both outputs are compliant......the spec on the outputs is unclear as one site says only 1 is compliant, whereas this says both are.
Normally I'd buy and return, but i don't have a hdcp tv or projector currently, though I'm looking at upgrading both.....this means i can't test the outputs.
Toubsure tou need both outputs compliant? You do know the costs of a 4K projector don't you?
4k projectors won't be that expensive for ever and i want a receiver that will last a few years......the Denon x2300 has hdcp 2.2 on every input and output, so i think it's a corner cut too far with this one!
If the cheapest now is 6 grand then it'll take quite a while for them to become more affordable' to someone considering a £400 processor and Amp.
When they hit <£2k I'll probably jump in, and I'm pretty certain that'll be in less than a year.
The fact is, I bought a SONY STR-DN840 18months ago as it was advertised as both 4k and HDMI 2.0 compliant, but it turned out that it can't manage HDCP 2.2 and is effectively useless for 4k passthrough. I don't see why anyone would accept unnecessary compromises when the competition manage to implement it on their ranges, especially when they appear to be rather deliberately discrete about the inadequacies of their product.
HDCP2.2 specs hadn't been finalised 18 months ago so your Sony was compliant at the time

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