Question about Onkyo TX-SR600 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first try unpluging it for an hour from the socket
2.if that doesnt work try toggling your eq button on the remote control trying it on then trying it off
3.if that does not work try with the cenima button on then try with it off
4. if that doesnt work try changing the cross over frequency to a lower output
5. if that doesnt work try lower the decibals going to each speaker if you follow this you should either fix the problem or increase the intravel time in it cutting off
Posted on May 07, 2008
SOURCE: TX-SR506 Bi-Amping
If you select bi-amping the device will use a second amp for your rear speakers, this indicates that in your setup menu you probably have deleted the rears (set to None). Try to find the settings for your rear speaker in your setupmenu and see if they are selected in normal operation.
If all fails, see if you can reset teh device back to factory settings, sometimes software can get confused after using for a while. Resetting should than fix most problems.
You can also check and see if there is maybe a software update available for your device, loading and installing is explained in either the file or on manufacturers site.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Have you connected the Subwoofer out to the "Pre-out Subwoofer" on the left bottom corner jack(looking from the back)?
Have you set subwoofer out in the menu(under speaker settings or similar menu you will find all the channels that you have connected and here you should have "YES" for the subwoofer)?
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
All you have to do is get a 3.5mm plug to two RCA plugs lead and plug the 3.5 Jack in the headphone socket of your ipod and the two RCA's into an aux imput and away you go. If you get one of the small docks, that will stop the battery running down, but you don't need one.
By the look of the picture on FixYa it looks the RCA's can go in the front socket under the volume control.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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