Agamas as shruti :
Hindpedia says Sruti, the eternal word, is said to be of two forms – Nigama (Veda) and Agama
Also, Sri Vaishnava Acharya Yamunacharya (who was Ramanujacharya's guru's guru) composed a work called the Agama Pramanya, defending the scriptural authority of the Pancharatra Agamas
This scripture says agamas as shruti
Agamas are not shruti:
"By Sruti is meant the Veda, and by Smriti is meant the Dharma ShAstra"
- Manu Smriti 2.10.
Hence, agamas are not shruti, as per manusmriti.
Question: As shruti is base root of hinduism pramana, hence how can we reconcile this very important difference in opinion on agamas being shruti or not? Will "Agama Pramanya" work be considered more or less pramana than manusmriti opinion in this regard?
Are Agamas shruti or not?