Question about Onkyo TX-DS777
Onkyo TX-DS777 AV receiver does not retain settings after power loss. This AV receiver will lose all of its settings after a brief power loss. Seems like it needs a new back-up battery.
No internal battery, a large "SuperCap" on the main board acts as one. Look for C8007, 0.1 F, 5.5V.
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
It most likely does need a large cap which does this battery back up function. Look for a value like 0.047f at around 5volts. located either on front panel or control board. Larry's Electronics. firstname.lastname@example.org
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The fewer hops and inteconnects a given signal experiences between its source and your senses, the better. I always run the BEST video from any source to the TV first; the best Audio to the BEST audio electronics. If that helps.
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