Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
Have you gone through the "First time setup" procedure starting on page
36 of your manual and assigned all the digital audio inputs correctly?
If so, set the speakers to "A" (all of your setup should be done for A only, the B settings should fall into place once A is set up correctly).
Make sure the listening mode is set to "Direct". Some of the listening modes default to stereo. A full list of the listening modes can be found on page 48 of your manual.
Have you tried a level calibration of the speakers? This will send a white noise signal to each speaker so you can be sure they're connected correctly. The instructions for a level calibration start on page 54 of the manual. Press [Receiver] then [Setup] on the remote control. Use the arrow keys to select  Level Cal. From here, follow the instructions to set the level of each speaker. Hopefully you'll get sound from each speaker.
If this still fails to produce sound from all speakers, you may have a bad receiver or speakers. We can further troubleshoot once you've gone through the above steps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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