I have an Onkyo HT-S770 or HT-R520 (same model). I used it for 9 months and stored it for the next 19 months. I set it up yesterday and there was no power at all. Zero. I read somewhere that there is an Onkyo "protect system" for overheating. I remember putting my DVD on top of the unit while I was using it. I know it was hot but it was working fine. How do I get it to power up? Thanks. MAC
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You will either have to use your Onkyo remote to teach the Harmony those functions or try one of the similar model receivers in the Harmony software. I had to chose a similar DVD player in the list in order to get my Harmony to play nice with my DVD player.
if you are using an HDMI cable dont expect sound to come out (even thought HDMI carries both audio and video) the onkyo HT-s5100's Receiver is the HT-r560. the 500 models of the onkyo receiver does not allow HDMI to carry both audio and video. it only allows the video signal to pass to the receiver.
if youre using optical for audio w/c is what you need then these are the steps you need to follow. *first make sure that the optical connections are ok at the back of the receiver. *make sure that your DIGITAL INPUT is set to either OPT1 or OPT2 whichever optical input you used to connect the optical cable. *then go to your PS# settings : go to sound settings / audio moutput settings/ select digital out (optical).
I had the same problem too. All functions seemed operational but I could not get any sound out of my unit. I took my HT-R520 (4yr Old) to the Onkyo Service center in Denver Colorado (DTS). I paid out $50.00 to have them diagnois the problem. I was hoping that they would listen to me and the info I found via fixya user jaf323 and fix the problem for $50.00. Not....they ignored me. They told me it was my power supply and it would be $250.00 to fix the problem. Sooo, I decided investigate the problem myself. After finding an Okyo schematic free online for the 600 model which is similiar to the HT-R520, I was able to find the L7002 coil. I took my DVM to all of the coils I could get to labled 2R2 on the large horizontal PWA on the right side of the unit as you look at the front panel and sure enough, the L7002 coil was "open". All of the other coils (approx 4) showed a resistance of about 0.3MOhm. I pulled off the bad coil and swapped it out with same coil marked 2R2 from the headphone PWA using a tweezer soldering iron. I am a novice when it comes to electronics. This was a simple fix. BTW the little coils are about 1/8" x1/8" - little guys.
Hello the HT-R520 is the model of the receiver that is part of the HT-S770 package. I suggest that you check the speaker settings. Check the level of the center speaker. If you need assistance please contact Onkyo at 800-229-1687 option #3. Thank you, Onkyo USA