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Why won't my remote speakers will not turn on?

Never had a problem before. the wiring seems okay, but when you press the remote speaker button nothing happens. Is there a fuse or reset button to use?

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SOURCE: ONKYO TX-DS575X - Speaker B not working

You may have blown one of the speakers. Put a different set on them to test this theory.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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SOURCE: onkyo tx-sv727 Protect displayed

first thing if it says protect, check the fuses inside the system they may of blown .When choosing wire gauge, consider the quality of your components and speakers, the overall sound quality you're trying to achieve, and the budget you're working with. Also, keep in mind the distance between your receiver or amp and your speakers long wire runs can cause significant power losses, and thus require thicker cable. You can use this as a guideline
Distance from speaker to amplifier Gauge
Less than 80 feet 16
80 to 200 feet 14
More than 200 feet 12

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Left speakers are not working on my onkyo tx-ds575

Check the units internal "menu" settings for speakers and audio. beyond that, there would be an internal problem and neded service. Hope this helps

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Onkyo TX SV727 - Remote speakers won't come on

check the receiver setup menu, 'osd' button. youll find a menu item to activate the amp to output for zone2

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I want to run remote speakers from this unit to my bathroom.

you need to hit the multi-source button, then the soucre (fm/video.dvd etc) and then turn on the remote speakers

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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