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Had a similar issue, replaced the receiver three times in first month. The fourth time it had to go back to Denon. They returned it saying no fault. Also replaced HDMI cables etc...real head scratcher. Turns out it was the tv. The system can get discombobulated if the receiver, tv and source are not sequenced correctly. This is due to the HDMI protocol, Power up sequence should be receiver, source tv. Once video is lost it has to be rest. With system powered up and tv displaying no signal, remove HDMI cable at tv. Turn off tv at outlet and leave of for 2 minutes (this rests HDMI port, important to leave off long enough!.). Turn tv on and reconnect HDMi...all should be good.
Poor Denon, I blamed them when it was my Sony Braiva all along....bad Sony
Hello, the problem could be caused by overheating, check that there is adequate ventillation to the unit and that it isn't getting too hot. Another cause of this could be that something is shorting out, check to see if any of the wires to the speakers are crossing over at any point. Also if the amplifier is not powerfull enough for the speakers or does not have the right ohm rating then this could cause these symptoms. Hope this helps.
PartStore (www.partstore.com) has parts for this receiver. The parts are usually backordered so they will take a few weeks to ship. As for a free service manual, I have searched the internet and could not locate one. Good luck.
This might work fish76, The EQ needs a in & out source to operate correctly? If you have audio device connected to an aux input disconnect that & connect the EQ to that audio device & then plug the EQ to the Sony receiver AUX input. The tape monitor is the most important source for hooking up an EQ device, so you are very limited on a total receiver or amp tonal connection source. The bottom line is you can only use the EQ if another audio source to plug into it & the EQ plugs to your pre-amp input on the back of your rec or amp
Copy that and congratulations with the Sony STR DG910. I am assuming this posting was prompted by an email from the FixYa. A probable reason was that I requested a review of your posting here. This was your original problem and for some unknown reason(s), your rating/evaluation was not reflected. I would appreciate if you can go back to the link and rate solutions as you seem them fit.
Again congratulations with the Sony and thank you very much for taking the time out and providing an update.