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Error dsp when i switch on my reciever, i heard a klik, its ok, but when i chance between cd or phono, you can see error dsp in the display, and there is no sound, did somebody know how i can solve this problem

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SOURCE: dsp display on the 5.1 Onkyo receiver

Do you want to turn off the whole display?

There is a 3-way Dimmer on the front panel and the remote controller. The manual doesn't say if it will turn completely OFF.

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