Question about Onkyo TX-SR503 Receiver
I recently moved and redid all my speaker and component connections to my TX-SR503. No problem. Great sound as usual. A few days ago I made connections to get cable audio through the receiver and to hook up a new DVD player, the Philips DVP5982. Now all of the sudden -- not saying there's a connection -- I get terrible noise, distortion and a low buzzing/hissing through my left speaker when I power up the receiver. The noise goes aways after a few minutes, but the buzzing doesn't I've tried a different speaker cable, a different speaker, redoing all the connections, moving components -- and the buzz/hiss lingers. Help?
Try to see if the reciever will make the buzzing/noise without anything connected to it except power, and speakers. Tune into a local radio station and see if the noise continues. If the noise has stopped, then you know there is an issue with the player or cable.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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1.Press the [AMP] button on the remote and then press [SETUP] button.
2. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to select "1. SP Config," and then press the [ENTER] button.
3. use up and down arrow to select subwoofer setting.
3. While the subwoofer setting is selected, use the Left and Right arrow buttons to select Yes .
you will surly get the audio from the subwoofer.
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