I may start tweaking things and listening more critically thanks to your adventure misadventure.
Fixed that for 'ya!
One of the ways in which I've allowed myself to get woefully out of the loop is in programming my MX-700. I don't think I've even gone into the software in 3-4 years.
Does anyone know if an old MX-700 can still be programmed on a Win7 computer? I think I read that Universal Remote has really cut down on helping "non-pro installers" with programming.
Part of the reason I ask is because I have a huge temptation to reset my Denon this weekend and start from scratch. I need to re-work some of the inputs, and I'm afraid I'm going to lose correct (corresponding) labeling on the remote if I'm not careful... and I won't have any way of re-programming it.
I kind of like the idea of trying a Harmony with it's user-friendly programming (I don't use Macros anyway. I probably shouldn't spend the money, and I DO know all the button locations on my MX-700 by feel.... but it's still tempting.
The only "new" piece of equipment that's not on the MX-700 is the TV.