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What is the source of your music? And how it is connected to the receiver? If via HDMI, then it is not possible. Source HDMI device will not put any audio into the HDMI when the display device is not turned on (it must authentificate with the TV to be sure you are not doing any unauthorized copying).
If your only issue is that when you turn off TV it turns off the receiver, then turn on the receiver only after you have turned off the TV. If this causes the TV to turn on also, you have HDMI CEC enabled. HDMI CEC enabled devices to communicate with each other via HDMI - receiver can tell TV to turn on/off. You can disable the HDMI CEC support in receiver menu if you want. After that, your TV and receiver will turn on/off independently of each other.
I have found a similar problem with the rear speakers on this unit (needing to be reset each time the unit was turned off), but found a quicker way around it.....with
both the main unit off and the rear receiver off: turn on the rear
speaker receiver, then the main unit. If the blue light on the rear
receiver does not come on, turn off the main unit, and turn it back on
again. This has worked for me ~50 times or so and has worked
repeatedly. It's faster than going through the reset phase each time.
Also when turning off the system, turn off the main unit first, and
then the rear receiver. Sometimes I also simply leave the rear receiver
on since it pulls only 4 Watts. Hope this helps any users.....(it also works on my boyfriends older generation model).
The demonstration will activate the first time you turn on
the power. When the demonstration starts, the following
message appears in the display:
“NOW DEMONSTRATION MODE IF YOU FINISH
DEMONSTRATION PLEASE PRESS POWER KEY
WHILE THIS MESSAGE APPEARS IN THE
DISPLAY THANK YOU”
To cancel the demonstration
Press ?/1 to turn the receiver off while the above message
is being displayed. The next time you turn the receiver on,
the demonstration will not appear.
To view the demonstration
Hold down SET UP and press ?/1 to turn on the power.
• Running the demonstration will clear the receiver’s
memory. For details on what will be cleared, see
“Clearing the receiver's memory” on page 15.
• There will be no sound when the demonstration mode is
Note: If the AC power cord is disconnected for about two weeks, the receiver’s entire memory will be cleared and the demonstration will start.
This looks like its displaying the Time format. Try disconnecting all speaker one a time and turning on the unit to see if it turns off. Disconnect one speaker at a time and turn the unit on. If it turns off with only one speaker conn then this speaker is your problem. Amps will shut down if a speaker goes bad. Another thing to try is disconnecting all inputs and speakers from the unit and see if it stays on. Then reconnect them one at a time while watching what the unit does during power up. Also you might want to open the device and check for blown fuses. Check for any speaker terminal wires touching each other if so it will shut down thinking there is a short.
Try this: 1. Turn off the receiver. 2. Disconnect all the speakers from the back of the receiver. 3. Turn on the receiver. Does it still go into overload? If so, it may need repair. 4. If not, turn the receiver back off and connect one speaker at a time and turn it back on.
Most likely one of your speaker cables is shorted out causing your receiver to get overloaded. Or, one of the speakers is damaged, having the same effect.
Take out all the cables unplug from mains for an hour ,plug it back in with no cables connected ,turn volume to full if it turns off its faulty ,if it stays on turn volume to minimum,unplug from mains,connect all cables,turn back on.