Onkyo TX-SR706; Turntable output only from one speaker
Brand new Onkyo TX-SR706. Turntable output only comes out of one front speaker. Appears that one of the phono inputs in the receiver is faulty? Anyone ever heard of this issue or have thoughts re: another problem vs. faulty input?
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Hi Shaun, the unit would have to be taken to one of our authorized service centers for repair as you have already tried the reset. Please follow the link below to our Authorized Service Center locator, http://www.onkyousa.com/Support/servicecenterLocator.php?source=globalnav, if you have any other questions or concern please feel free to email me at askOnkyo@us.onkyo.com, Thanks, JT
After a few years it may be time to consider a new cartridge for the turntable. The current one may have given up the ghost. You might also want to check that the output cables from the turntable to the receiver are firmly plugged in. They may have come loose if someone was moving things or cleaning. Yet another thing to consider is the input on the receiver may not be working. You can test this by plugging in a cable with RCA plugs on both ends and touching the pins on the unconnected end. If the input's okay you'll hear a hum.
Probably it's time for a new cartridge. They don't last forever, especially if you, like me, are someone who still plays a lot of old vinyl!
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This is a problem with the surround sound processing. Effectively the digital signal is not being processed properly. Since this unit is so new, return it and request either an exchange or at least warranty service. The DSP board will likely be replaced.
Monitor out is non assignable. Monitor out is for the purpose of putting your selected devices audion and video out to the television or display. For assinment of out putting different devices that what you are listening to on the main stereo unit you need to have a 2nd room or zone output.
When an amp won't come out of standby mode when you try to turn it on at the receiver, there is usually a problem in the output section (shorted outputs) and the amp may also display something like "protect" on the display if it has one. There could be lots of other causes but outputs are the first thing I'd look at.