thanks guys, yeah i won't be removing the back by myself anytime soon.
the standby light used to turn on, but now it doesn't. there is still an audible "click" when i push the power button on and off though.
Not so much the e-shift ; I only use it when inputting 1080i signals as it does better with hd than sd imo ; but the MPC [ multi pixel control ] which uses an algorithm to sharpen certain details in the foreground while leaving the background softer . This is the menu under which you find e-shift on/off [at least on my 7000] ; clear motion drive and motion enhance are in the picture adjust menu too if they aren't on default settings ?
Well something is still altering the signal in the yammie as you should have no problem applying e-shift to any sd or hd signal that's truly passed through untouched/ intact with no processing . just tried it on a sd 576i signal .
Not sure about the x box one s outputting dolby atmos;dts-x bitstreams [ shocked a lot understandably] but maybe its coming ; I dunno ; maybe wait for a few new models if you want object decoding soon ?
Ah, good question! I don't remember what the AM bandwidth can be set to, but I do remember it can be reasonably wide. Pretty sure it can handle audio up to at least 9 or 10kHz (i.e. 18-20kHz RF bandwidth), but don't quote me on that yet...
I don't have a working copy of DReaM at the moment (need to recompile it for OS X/macOS) so I can't look, and the available documentation is nowhere near current for that part of it, so I can't say for sure. Anyone else *who's actually used DReaM* able to chime in?
edit: that said, I only have very minimal experience with the Android port and I don't remember if the manual BW option is in there. So, again, don't quote me...
No, it does DSB demodulation - though there's also the option of choosing one or the other sideband. That's helpful on the SW bands, and to a lesser extent MW, to get away from interference (particularly adjacent stations) which typically affects one sideband more than the other.