Question about Onkyo TX-DS676 Receiver
My reciever has problems with digital processing. Everything works fine in stero mode but any of the digital modes, DTS, Dolby 5.1, etc cause nothing but loud static. It used to be an occastional problem, and I even sent it off durring the warranty period to be looked at. Of course they found nothing and could not duplicate the problem. Now it does it constantly and I can no longer use any of the digital outputs. I have tried differnt optical cables in both of the optitcla cables and different coax in the coax digital input. Nothing seems to work.
This is a strange problem this is it seems everyone I know that has had this problem the manufacture can't seem to find it. For the static I've never found a way to get rid of it completely only minimise it to tolorable levels and it doesn't always work. Pull the system down to separate components ie main unit speakers and soforth, pull the caseing off the main unit and blow out with aircompressor, blow out all inputs and outputs, check all in and outputs are tight on unit and replace all speaker looms. This sometimes works and it is a good idea to clean speakers as well seeing as there there off the unit hope this works for you. Seems to be a common (none existent) problem with these units I believe it to be the capacitors they use in it but not sure which one yet.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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