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No sound when first turned on.

Unit comes on but there is no sound for 2-5 minutes after turning it on when it is cold. After warm up it is fine.

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  • Knightro2 Mar 03, 2008

    I just posted in a different thread but I just found this one and I'm having the EXACT same issue. It just started yesterday after 3+ years of flawless operation. Everything looks fine on the display when I turn it on and I can even hear it click twice like it normally does. But no sound. Then after about 5 minutes it will just start working. Any ideas?

  • _dkor_ Mar 27, 2009

    Basic same problem here except I'm getting severe distortion after warm-up. Powering down, then up will remedy the problem though.

    Original post:
    "I'm getting no output from this unit on power up (from all sources.)
    After cycling through a "test tone", the amp will output a distorted
    white noise signal on 'some' channels. After the "test", the amp will
    either work properly or produce severely distorted sound. This can be
    "fixed" by powering down, then back on. Until recently, amp has worked
    without issue for at least three years with only medium usage and very
    little use for about a year.
    Thanks,

    Dave



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I have an amplifier ONKIO too and my generation is older than yours but i'm the same probleme and it's normal if you use this amplifier to your speakers. the internal switch must be heat to give a normal sound without distorsion. it's the principal problem of the onkio amplifier but after the quality of thr sound is great
so take the time and be patient now you know you have to start on your amplifier 5mn before use :)

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