Question about Onkyo HT-S770 System
I'm not getting any sound from the speakers. It was working fine. i've checked all the connections and reseted receiver to factory default. When i assign V1 an optical input, i have no options for listening modes. it displays "Not Available". Has never happened. so i tried the FM Tuner, which doesn't require an outside source. Nothing. Speakers work, tried them on another receiver. i only get any kind of option for the mode after toggling the speaker "A" channel off and on. then i get a choice of DTS or STEREO. Neither speaker channels, A or B, work. I am completly stumped. Any options, tests or suggestions welcome.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ONKYO HT-S780 B SPEAKERS
Your symptom sounds as though you may have to turn off any surround sound settings that you have selected in the other modes.
Most amplifiers use the surround portion of the amplifier to power the B channel speakers.
Since you have sound when using the radio portion, I would try turning off the surround mode. For example try turning the amplifier to just stereo and see if that gets the B channel speakers to work
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
On the remote try scrolling through the settings from the DTS button and also make sure you have the correct audio source selected. I switched to the optical cable but, then found that the better sound for my room came from the RCA set-up.
Good Luck and I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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