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Re: loses settings after power off
Garetht, there is a capacitor to maintain your settings. This capacitor may have leaked on your board and can damage it. You should replace it and clean the area around it as soon as possible to avoid problems. The capacitor is located on CPU board and looks like a coin with two terminals.
If you are not experienced with this kind of repair, take the amp to a qualified technician.
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I'm hoping you hooked the cable you ran for the outside tv to the output of the cable box and didn't make the mistake of splitting the cable that comes into the satellite box. If you take the cable that goes to your TV inside you should be able to put a splitter in it and run the TV inside as well as the one outside. If it is a long distance to the outside TV you may want to buy a powered splitter that amplifies the signal. You should also be using RG6 coaxial cable to cut down on lose.
I send alot of Onkyo's back, I do $50,000 home theatres and we have alot of trouble with Onkyo they're quality control is just awful. Go buy the same one new, and put that one in the box, nice and neet like you only opened it and looked at it, keep your old remote, your wires your manuals, leave everything new in the box, and then return it in two or three days. that's what I'd do. But next time buy from a reputable dealer that will stand behind the sale. I never had to contact Onkyo, my dealer did all the work, I just had another one shipped and, returned him the screwed up one. I won't use them any more to many problems brand new right out of the box.
appears to be a known issue with your model of set top box and teac is aware of the issue, but will only repair for free if you are within your 12 month warranty period, if you are outside warranty, consider repairs as they are approx 60.00 and the fix appears to resolve the issue.
Probably not the way to go about hooking it up. running speakers in series is not very practical with PA gear. The connections get messy to make as you need adaptor leads, and it is something that is seldom ever done.. When you use bridge mode it uses left and right channel together to drive the one output, combining the power. Best bet is to run the EMX5000 in stereo mode, and connect 1 speaker to
each channel. You may have been trying to reel in extra power from
using bridge mode, but the power amp stages in the EMX will only ever
be able to deliver the same MAX power whether in bridge or stereo. the best way to get maximum power and sound pressure levels from the unit is to hook TWO speaker boxes to each channel, you get the combined increase in efficiency of the extra speakers and run the output stages at 4 ohms to get absolutely all the power available If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask me, happy to talk to you further about it.
I had the same problem when I installed the new HD Comcast cable box (DCH3200), initially with my CRT through RF, then with my HDTV through HDMI. Problem solved when I replaced the box with the Comcast RNG110 I got from my local Comcast. It is a neat miniaturized box and it works extremely well on HD. There is no power switch on the box so before activation do not forget to put it on with the remote (cable, power, the green light will come on).
Strange dramas you are having there. I would suggest first, that you switch the unit off overnight(unplug at the wall) to allow for a fulll hard reset. Then fire it up in the morning again, and see if it behaves itself. I found a user manual for you online here
It is a good amp that you have, and hopefully resetting it will sort it out for you. If not, please do get back to me here and we shall look deeper..
Thanks for using FixYa, a FixYa rating would be great for looking into this for you. Happy to help further :)