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Onkyo ht s3300 hdmi board problem - Audio Players & Recorders

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Dear Sir, I have purchased Onkyo

It would be better for me to advice you if at least you did mention the price range so that I can refer you between your budget for the same. Since your Onkyo Unit is 5.1, I would highly recommend you to get a 5.1 channel Speaker for the best output and performance. If you prefer a high-end for home, then you can check out this Logitech's Z5500 (Click Here). The price is around $359 and the performance is excellent.

If you would just want to play music and songs at home, I would recommend this Logitech Z506 (Click Here), it's a Surround Sound Speaker and the price is about $100.
Both the machines are compatible with your Onkyo Tx-SR308.
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If you have problem or if you need further help, please let me know.

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Posted on Dec 20, 2010

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SOURCE: onkyo ht-r960

I had the same problem at 1 year after purchase. I was upset. In addition to looking here, I also emailed the company. They took a month to get back to me, but their solution worked perfectly.

"Try resetting the unit by pressing VCR/DVR and the standby/on button at
the same time on the front of the unit while it is turned on. The unit
will display CLEAR and shut down. All settings will be erased. "

All my components connect without any problem now. Hope this helps.


Posted on Jan 17, 2011

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SOURCE: I just purchased the Onkyo

It is because you have speakers "B" selected. Only select "A" and the rest of the menu will show up.

Posted on Feb 19, 2011

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SOURCE: Onkyo HT S3300 center, left

check your speaker wiring, make sure both terminals are connected properly. or could just be left speaker is disconnected. and is set in stereo mode which will only play left and right front and Sub, if you have one. try chaning the surround mode to play in multi channel speaker which will send sound to all speakers. i trust your using a Digital audio cable from your source ( cable box, DVD player) if your using analog audio cable you will only get stereo sound, and nothing will ever come out of the rear speaker unless you change the surround mode to multi- channel speaker. also in the setup menu you should be able to perform a speaker setup, make sure all your speakers are able to produce sound. follow speaker setup mode in menu, make sure you have checked the boxes or Yes to speaker you have in your system. then perform calibration and a test tone will come out of each speaker as you select them.

Posted on Apr 29, 2011

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SOURCE: Only video, no audio from

Okay so I know this is a little delayed I had the same issue and what I found out by calling ASUS, is to right click on the speaker icon bottom right of screen, click on playback devices. If your HDMI is connected to both tv and laptop, then your TV should be listed. the speakers should have a green check, click on your TV then press set default, then configure test. After testing hit okay and you are good to go. You just have to turn it back to your laptop speakers same way. Good luck hope this is more useful than the typical "Check your manual."

Posted on May 01, 2011

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