Question about Onkyo TX-SV525 Receiver
Hello, I am sorry about your issue. I suggest that you contact Onkyo product support at 800-229-1687 option #3 so that we can troubleshoot with you. Thank you, Onkyo USA.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: onkyo tx 902
I have a TX-902 owners manual.
Classified Memory Function. The memory can be divided for different users or programs of stations.
How to classify stations. With this model, six classes (Class A to F) are available and stations can be memorized in any class. A total of 30 stations can be memorized in any class. A total of 30 stations can be memorized.
1. Tune in the desired station.
2. Press the MEMORY button. The MEMORY indicator will flash for 8 seconds.
3. Press the desired Classified Memory button (one of buttons A to F). The station is memorized in the selected class with the memory number which is the smallest of the unoccupied numbers in the class.
By repeating the operations above, up to 30 stations can be memorized. Any more will produce "FULL" notice.
How to cancel memorized stations:
Retrieve the class number you want to cancel and then press the MUTE/MODE button while holding down the MEMORY button. Another station can be memorized with the memory number which has been cancelled.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
Make sure your receiver is hooked up to proper AM and FM antennae. Try switching to AM, scan stations. If you hear AM static and/or weak signals the problem could be antennas are not hooked up. FM has AFT which blocks out weak or noisey stations and you wont hear anything without ant.
Posted on May 07, 2008
Yes turing on the "A" speaker is required for the Onkyo, but that only turns on the 2 front speakers in the "A" speaker jacks.
You may also need to check and see if the Onkyo has a menu selection in the setup menu that will turn on the sub woofer output on the back of the receiver.
I have seen on countless occasions where people just have a hard time finding that sub woofer option on their receiver.
I do not have the manuals for this Onkyo, so I can not tell you the exact way to find it.
I have been repairing surround receivers since they have been on the market and beleive me, you are not alone in this situation.
Sometimes it seems like you need a Phd. in programming or something similar just to firgure out how to set one of these up.
The solution should be in your owners manual, with the problem then being, just where in the manual. Go slowly thru it paying the closest attention to anything about set up procedures.
I have also seen at times where the setup for the sub-woofer is not listed as sub-woofer, but as "LFE" (low frequency effect) . So keep your eyes open for that.
something else, your sub woofer may have an auto turn on. That means it will only turn on if it detects an input signal. Make sure yo uhave the volume up enough on the receiver to trigger that auto turn on if yours has one.
I would like to have been more help, but without the manuals I can only give you general type thngs to look for. These type of receivers are all so different and all so complicated to operate. The days of just turning on a stereo, selecting your source and turning up the volume seem to be over.
Let me know if you need any more assistance from me.
p.s. Very nice system you have, when you get the Kef working I think you are going to just love this system. and Onkyo has the best quality receivers in their price range.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
Not sure if this is your fix, but I had what I thought was the same problem. I played with my Onkyo quite a bit ensuring the correct assignments for HDMI, audio and all that stuff. Turns out I neglected to make sure the output devices were properly assigned. Many devices aren't default to output sound over HDMI. I changed the audio out settings on the cable box to HDMI and suddenly the Onkyo worked great. I know, I'm an idiot for not checking that in the first place, but maybe someone out there is having the same trouble as well.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
The same rating fuse will work as long as the "Ampere" side is the same. The "Voltage" of the fuse determines the input Voltage that will be allowed. As long as you are sure that the input will only be 120V the fuse will work properly but I would recommend using the same Voltage and Amperage of the original fuse since it may fail again. Given that information if it does blow again I would recommend taking it to a specialist. A 3 Phase fuse is only available to 3 Phase inputs (480V). Unless you live in a large compound your house doesn't have that type of capability.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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