Question about Onkyo TX-SV646 Receiver
I have an older late 90's Onkyo TX-SV646. I have lost all surround channels except for the right main. Is there an easy fix to this without tossing it on a busy highway. Yes it is a bit dated, but since we just moved into a new house, I don't want to afford a new 7.1 THX at this time. Mainly I don't want to start that discussion with my wife, cause her solution is to dust off her off brand college stereo receiver and use that. Which to me is UNACCEPTABLE, it has poor sound quality.
These units are quality units. The fix is not the easiest. We need to determine whether the problem is the output amp sections or the processing side. Worse case, the cost would be around $50-$75 for parts plus the local labor rate. Given your description, it will be difficult to diagnose remotely. One alternative is to get a detailed repair estimate ($50 or so) and post the results here. We can walk you through the actual repair.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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