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Onkyo tx ds656/ digital audio in either optical or coax input is choppy or clips or cuts out when program switches from 3/2 to 2/0 programs

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SOURCE: Onkyo Forgets it's input settings during power outages

yes there is ,,, it is located on the same board that has 3 fuses on it, you will have to unplug the unit before disassembly, and remove the top cove and bottow covers,,,, you will have to de-solder a small battery pack surrounded by either blue or yellow heat shrink,,, please not the polarity before removal, as putting it in wrong will cause a non- memory retaining situation to continue...I hope this helps

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SOURCE: No sound from optical or coax digital inputs

You have to use the system setting using the remote and turn on the inputs you want to use. Hope this helps.


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SOURCE: Onkyo TX-DS555 will not switch to Dolby Digital

regulated voltage to the processor circuit like drop in these onkyo after 8 years. This or a small capacitor fails in this voltage line.

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SOURCE: Onkyo TX-SR701 Digital audio port stopped working

you may want to try a factory reset by pressing and holding vcr1 button while pressing the power button. do this with the unit on. It will reset back to factory default. so any saved setting will be lost and you will have to set again to your settings.

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SOURCE: Onkyo TX-DS898 Memory Loss

THEY USE A MEMORY CAP.ITS LOCATED ON THE MAIN PCB ASSEMBLY, REF. C7701 ONKYO PART NUMBER IS 3000078/ WITH THE UNIT TURNED OFF MEASURE THE VOLTAGE YOU SHOULD HAVE APPROX 5V IF NOT THE CAP IS BAD. ALSO MEASURE WITH UNIT ON AND YOU SHOULD ALSO MEASURE 5 V IF NOT THEN THE SUPPLY VOLTAGE GOING TO THE CAP IS BAD.

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Try factory reset: while holding the(CD) button on front panel,press (POWER) button.
After "Clear" is displayed the unit should be back to its factory default. :) If this dont work for you take the unit to be checked by service . :)

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I have my Onkyo tx ds656 hooked up to my HDTV via the cable box. Everything works fine, except that there is a noticible delay in the syncronozation of the sound and the video. Is there any way to correct...


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I have the onkyo tx sr502, onkyo dv sp402e with the speakers..etc.. i'm trying to set up the whole thing to a normal television. that is, what cables go from what components, out/inputs..etc..and which...


Hi troy my names Josh i would be glad to be able to help you with your setup. First things first some people have a preference with they way they like things and for one do myself. I set up and intstalled my home theatre. I have receiver much like yours. On the back of your reciever you should have multiple inputs of coarse some for sound some for video. Your sound inputs would include digital optical, digital coax, standard analog which of coarse is the red and white RCA inputs and then a multi in which i doubt you have. So lets start simple If you have satalite or some form of cable i would assume you have your reciever box feeding a signal to your tv and the same for your DVD. I would recommend for your sat. that you connect your picture and sound strait to the tv rather it be component video or s video or standard video source or connect then for your sound strait analog to your tv thats just Red and White RCAs which will give you your sound to your tv. Repeat the same for your DVD depending on the kind of inputs and number of inputs you have on your TV. Now for the sound to your reciever. I ran digital sound from both my DVD and my Satilite to the reciever which means on the back of your recievers providing you have a similar configuration you would look for a plug on your dvd player that says optical thats your digital to run sound to your onkyo and the same for your sat or cable if you have a box look for either digital optical or a single digtal coax output that will also be ran to the onkyo for sound. You should only have two cables running to the onkyo one fiber optic from your dvd to the onkyo and one digital coax or fiber optic to your onkyo depending on the number of those inputs you have on the back of the onkyo you can run it how ever you want.

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Mine did the same thing where the screen would go black for a few seconds and then the picture and sound came back. I would try (1) switch HDMI cables, (2) try a different HDMI input in the back of the receiver, (3) try different input in the back of the TV. None of these seemed to work with mine. I finally ended up running the cable box direct to the TV and only run the audio through the reciever via coax or digital. No more problems. I think the HDMI inputs in the back of the reciever have a problem continuously carrying the signal if it is the leaset bit weak.

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Hello Fixya customer,

Thank you for your question.

A point to keep in mind here is that Zone II will only feed through an analog source. Since the Video 1 input is using the digital (coax, optical) input that that is your most likely issue.

Thank you for using Fixya, and please let me know if I can firther assist.

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On many ht receivers you must enter setup mode and tell it which digital input you are using for each digital source. i.e. you can choose optical for the DVD input and coaxial for CD, and vice versa.

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Had it ever worked, or are you setting it up for the first time?
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