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Move the wireless speakers up to the main system box and see if they work OK with an almost touching signal - it could well be interference between the player and the speakers.
Test them at the front and get back to us.
I,m not familiar with the Yamaha but most receivers are set up the same way. In your setup menu are the speakers marked on in the display?. Your DVR needs to be transmitting in 5.1 to start with. If this is the case then make sure you select the correct audio function on the receiver.
Reseat all audio connectors sometimes they get dirty. Do you have surge protection? Do any other audio functions work? Clean your remote change the batteries the mute may be stuck. I vote for the battries being weak and the remote will not clearly send all signals.
The surround processing portion of the unit has a problem. In either stereo or direct mode, the digital procesing is bypassed. This could be just the surround processing IC, but that IC may not be available as a separate part. I would suggest that you bring this unit to an authorized Onkyo service center for an estimate.
The fans are a poor design the cool the amps inside. I could cook tacos on top of mine. Years ago I developed an external fan the velcros on the rear of the unit. Just find a silencer pc fan from pc power and cooling. Someone will be selling it online. If's a very low noise fan and will not disrupt hi fi output. Attach a plug in transformer to the power wirers on the fan. Make sure it is the correct mV, and amp rating for the fan, and just plug in to the 3300's switching ac outlet on the rear of the Denon. The fan will stick on the denon's outer case on the rear of the unit where there are a few vent holes with velcro. I did that so no warantees were broken by opening up the unit or drilling into the case.
I have in instructions if you would them in a document.
Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put Denon Fan Instructions in the subject line.
Have you tried a 2nd source like the CD input or AUX input? Have you tried the headphones..same static? If nothing works then the output amp is broken. There could be internal fuses but only open a stereo when the power is DISCONNECTED. Then check for fuses