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All motherboard volume controll with function keys, pls look into the function key where speaker icon is printed with + sign, to increase the volume with the Fn key and then press + vol key for increase volume and press - key for decrease volume.
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The Onkyo has a center channel pre-out that you can connect the sound bar to. How does the sound bar connect to the TV? Is it two rca jacks, 1 red and 1 white or black? What brand and model is the sound bar?
My Kenwood VR-507 had been working great. I hadn't changed anything. I hadn't even moved it. It just suddenly stopped producing sound. It didn't just stop while it was on. I had turned it off and when I turned it back on, nothing. I tried running the speaker setup to see if it would output pink noise, I could hear the test sound, but I couldn't hear any audio from the TV or DVD player..
Need more info. Does it happen while using other sources? (DVD, games, VCR..) if so, pause the source and see if the sound is still audible. if it's only on the TV source then MUCH more info will be needed.