Question about Onkyo TX-SR606 Receiver
Whenever I was putting the receiver back into the cabinet I bumped the digital input cable. It came out of the back of the receiver and the little door over the plug in for the cable came off. I have the door and the spring but it looks like the black framing that goes around the outside of where the door goes is cracked. I was told that I could use the #2 input but I would like to fix the broken one too.I don't know what to do with it. Also is this a good receiver when you mainly use it for music and not surround sound?
It is going to cost way more than it is worth to have repaired, but a local repair shop will be able to fix it. It will require unsoldering from the circuit board and soldering another in its place. The connector itself is not repairable, just replaceable. Leave it be dont worry it wont hurt anything!
Very nice amp for either music or surround, but when you play music, put it on two channel mode or stereo mode for the best 2 channel sound.
Hope that helps,
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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