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No sound! The receiver onkyo TX-sr705 does not have any sound coming out of speakers. Although, I can use the test signal, in setup, to set speaker levels but no sound from any input(s) whatsoever (even radio). I found the Service manual on line and tried some things and may have narrowed it down to two cards(all fuses are good). Still unsure and I cannot seem to locate any of the boards on line or locally. Any suggestions? Thanks for your time.

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  • z_e_r_o_z_e_ Jun 02, 2010

    Thanks for you timely response!

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Hi,

Did the speaker cailibration work on the speakers in question?
If YES, then the program material or settings you're using don't require the rear speakers.

By "Back" do we mean Surround or Surround Back? Surround Back speakers are the 6th and 7th channels in the 7.1 matrix. Not all source material has programming for them. But when using any 7.1 digital surround mode you can get anything, even stereo recordings, to output something from every speaker.

If NO, check your connections...

http://63.148.251.135/redirect_service.cfm?type=QuickHookup&file=TXSR805_QSS_En_0330.pdf


Please post your feedback and Vote if the problem resolved as per your satisfaction.

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  • z_e_r_o_z_e_ Jun 02, 2010

    I was not getting any sound out any speakers. I have had this receiver for almost three years w/ no problems. I am running 5.1 on the 7.1 reciever so I am using Surr terminals for 5.1 instead of Surr back terminals for 7.1. I just tried the thermal sensor reset for the seems like 100th time and for whatever reason I now have sound once again. I am sure whatever is going on will return. I am guessing the thermal card is going out slowly. I am sorry I bothered you w/ my question please have a great day and keep on keepin' on!

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