Question about Onkyo TX-SV545 Receiver
Following a power outage, the remote speakers will not sound. There is now on the annunciator panel a sign never before seen, "Karaoke". I think they are related. I have no idea how to get rid of, "Karaoke" and get my remote speakers on.
SOURCE: subwoofer hookup
You probably wont experience any sound quality losses, however, you may pick up mains hum that will be noticeable at low levels, and also prevent you sub from auto turning off. It will also be suseptible to RF interference, such as that from taxi and police radios,and mobile phones. Try it first, you may find that it works ok. Your house may have foil building paper as insulation that will sheild the outside sources of Rf interference. The mobile phones however... If it doesnt work, I suggest you use the existing speaker cable to pull through for a run of decent audio coax. This way you will not end up with any unwanted signal getting into your sub.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2008
check your manual for a quiet mode, or reset factory defaults. it might be stuck in "attenuator" mode, where sound is muffled, in case you're answering a phone.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
Depending upon the type of power outage, you may have more of a confused receiver than a defecive one. Try unplugging the unit for an hour or so to see if that resets the whole thing back to "normal". If not, then further investigation with a scope or logic analyser will be required to determine whether the problem is with the internal CPU or a defect on the data lines. Unless the reset works, this is not likely to be a DYI repair.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Testimonial: "Appreciated. I'll try to "reset" tonight."
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS REPLACE THE SOUND IC FOR THAT SIDE. ORDER THE PART AT GOLDENLEPRICON. COM PART WILL COME WITH REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS. ITS EASY.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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