Question about Onkyo TX-SR502 Receiver
Hi, I have a onkyo av receiver tx sr-502, teac eqa-220 graphic equalizer, rsq ddp-1202 stereo mixing amplifier, and a dvd player. I lost all the manuals and need help to hook all the wires back up. Someone please help. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bose 901 iwht tx-sr 706
You will need to connect the speakers to the front channels as you would with any normal set(Speaker + to amp +, speaker - to amp -, etc) then you connect the special Bose equalizer through a tape monitor loop and always have the monitor loop engaged.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
This might somewhat help. Today I went back .. I went HDMI out of the Cable box and DVD player into 2 of the TVs HDMI ins. The digital audio out from each, straight to the receiver and things are working ok. All speakers are working OK. Sound isnt as loud or crisp but unfortunately I found no other solution.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Greg- Powered subs are better than non-powered subs (also known as passive subs), anyway I see the TX-8511 has no sub pre-out on the back panel, so you need to decide what sub you will use and run from the receivers left and right speakers output into a subwoofers speaker in from speakers then back out to speakers, look at the back of a subwoofer and you will see like 4 sets of speaker hookups 2 in and 2 out, what this does is takes the low end or bass and drops the signal to the subwoofer then takes the mids and highs out to your left and right speakers, unless your regular left and right stereo speakers have large woofers a sub is the way to go.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I have the same problem and from what I've read elsewhere there is not a cheap and easy solution. From what I gather, simple remotes (like what you get w/ your set top box) that use manufacturer's codes for programming treat "on" and "off" as a simple toggle. That means they fire out a singal signal which is supposed to simply change the state of the device from off to on or vice versa. The Onkyo apparently uses different signals for on and off. Because of this we will need to get a "learning remote" which can be programmed to provide a separate signal for any desired function. These tend to be much more expensive which is why they don't just give them out with your set top box. Right now I'm still fiddling with separate remotes until I break down and drop the bucks for the special remote.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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