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Hello, Since the TX-SR502 does not have HDMI inputs you need to connect the HDMI from the XBox 360 to the TV. You can connect an optical cable from the XBox to the receiver if the XBox has an optical output. If not you can connect the optical out from the TV to the receiver. Connect to the optical #2 port on the receiver and press the video 2 button. You should have audio. Thank you, Onkyo USA
Please determine if the "Audio" button is actually working.... after pressing the audio button, can you still control the DVD, if not then the remote has switched to the Onkyo. Although, this is not 100% conclusive, unless you have a 2nd remote to test the Onkyo with, it provides a sound basis to proceed.
Assuming the remote is transmitting and the IR receiver on the front of the Onkyo is not otherwise blocked, likely faults include the IR receiver, input to the Micro processor, and the Micro processor.
The most probable fault is the IR receiver.
Thank you for using Fixya, and if I can help you further, please let me know.
Your Onkyo DR90 DVD Receiver remote control does not have universal remote functions, and cannot be (easily) programmed to control a Panasonic DMR ES15. Your DR90 remote does have a limited learning function, but it is designed to learn the codes from your TV's remote to control the TV. Only the following buttons are programmable by the TV Learning function:
Your Onkyo TX-SR304 receivers remote (RC-645S) is not capable of controlling devices by other manufacturers. It controls only Onkyo devices. Other Onkyo remotes do have universal remote functionality and you can download Onkyo remote codes here.
First, there is no such thing as a 'universal' remote, even the 'learning' remotes will not learn from every original remote.
Second, for anyone to help you, you need to post both model numbers, the player's and the remotes.
Generally, if a remote is only even a little older than the player, it may not contain the code set for the player.
Player can be made to work without remote. But it is a pain.
You need to press pause then play in the right combination.and you can get both DVDs and Blu Ray disks to work. I bought a store floor model that did not have a remote. I went through the same problem when I would lose the remote for the HD-DVD player. My four year old daughter knows this trick pause pause play for DVDs and pause play pause play for blu
Not sure I can solve, but maybe help. I am having a similiar problem. However, make sure you Analog Audio (RCA type) cable are connected even if using Digital connection between the two. They use those cable to send the Commands (Mentioned in the documentation).
If you did get yours to work, please give me a hint... I upgraded mine from a 603 to a 701 and haven't been able to get it to work since.
Press the Open button on your Onkyo DVD-player to Open the drive tray. Using the remote press 9, 9, 9 and 9 on your remote control. Press the 1 button on your remote control for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 9 for multi-region. Press OK and the tray will close. Reset the unit by powering Off and then back On again.