Question about Onkyo TX-DS474 Receiver
Hi, my system works great, only issue i have is when i switch off the main Power (Not standby) all my settings like speaker distance, speaker gain level, FM presets, speaker selection, subwoofer ON/OFF selection, and volume resets to -40db (default), if i set all the parameters and just use the standby then i dont loose any of my settings, not sure why this happens, in computer world we have a small battery to keep the BIOS setting alive, and this happens when the battery is fault or removed, is there anything in the receiver which can be done to fix this issue, pleeeeease help guide to fix the problem.
That's what the standby button is for. The "master power" button should only be turned off if you are going to be out of town for months at a time. If you use a good surge protection unit like monster or panamax, there is no reason to turn off the master power. It only draws about 200milliamps of current to keep its memory. About as much as a clock radio when its off. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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