Question about Onkyo TX-SR502 Receiver
Here is what I have done to troubleshoot.
I made sure that "A" speakers were selected (sub does not work on B). I made sure that the subwoofer setting in the speaker config was set to yes. I checked the decibel level setting. I connected the subwoofer to an older receiver I have and it worked. I connected an older subwoofer in working order to the current receiver and still no sound. I reset the receiver settings to factory defaults and started over again. I made sure that "A" speakers were selected (sub does not work on B).
If this is in fact a problem with the pre-out, are there any "simple" solutions. This product is no longer covered by factory warrenty and I was given a $150 estimate from a local repair shop. For that price I would just put it toward a new one and open this one up and tinker around if you have any suggestions. Much appreciated!
Hello, if the settings are correct and the subwoofer has been tested and working.the receiver would need to be serviced. Thank you, Onkyo USA
Posted on Mar 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Onkyo to Onkyo, sub/receiver, problem fixed by inceasing volume on receiver. Seems the sub audio input does not pick up LF's below a certain output level from the receiver. So, guess I have to live with that. I only hope my nieghbor in the apartment below me can too!
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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