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My pioneer vsx-90txv is not wired/connected to devices right....some connections were moved around when I tried to hook-up my Wii.....arrggg...I have TV / SAT / DVD / Xbox / Wii / surround sound , ...I cant figure out the hook-ups...do I do the receiver, to TV, to arrggg? What sequence?

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Have you gone through your onkyo receivers setup manual. You will most likely need to adjust the settings on your Onkyo receiver. I also have an onkyo reciever and I have to assign the inputs to the video source. Being that you got sound out of the front speakes. I am assuming when you were playing out of the dvd player your reciever was only on stereo sound. Once I get feedback I can assist you further
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SOURCE: Pioneer VSX-4900S Receiver Connections

I know this is an old post but run front speaker outputs to the inputs on the sub then from the sub to the front speakers. bam!! it should work

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SOURCE: help hooking up tv to surround sound system with dvd player

with my Ws-65513 I run only right and left channel down to the aux from there your dolby 5.1 should doe the rest .most systems have center (speech) (R.front) (Lfront)(R.rear)(L,rear) and SW .center you want on the bottom or the top of your screen ,The SW you want Ever behind your set or under your couch.LEFT AND RIGHT REAR YOU WANT SOME WHERE BEHIND YOU OR AT LEAST 90% TO WHERE YOUR SITTING NOW THE FURTHER YOU SET THE REARS BEHIND YOU THE MORE DELAY YOU SHOULD HAVE ,THERE IS AND ADJUSTMENT SOME WHERE BETWEEN 10-30 MIL-A-SECONDS THIS GIVES A SLIGHT ECHO FROM FRONT TO BACK..
i HAVE AN AIWA AMP RUNNING A 12INCH FISHER,CABINET BOSE,AND A PANASONIC SUROUND AS MY FRONT, LEFT AND RIGHT STACKS.WITH A JBL CABNET AND PANA CENTER FOR SPEACH .THEN LET THE REAR GET BOOSTED WITH THE PANA SUROUND SYSTEM BECUASE i NEEDED AT LEAST ANOTHER 120 WATTS TO RUN THE THE JBL12,WITH A PANA SUROUND AND A SUPER TWEET WITH A I/2 POUND MAGNET AS MY L AND R REAR,
THE ***** IS WHEN IM RUNNING MY LOWLY 44 DOLLOR PHILLPS WITH A SEMI 10801 ,I CANT GET MITS SPEAKERS ON LINE,THERE IS ONLY ONE INPUT.wHAT YOU REALY WANT TO DO IS HAVE NO DELAY ON THE CENTER,THEN 5MIL TO YOUR MIT SET SPEAKERS.YOU WILL GET AUTOMATICLY IF YOU SET THE TV ON SURROUND,PUT ONLY KEEP AT 1/4 VOLUME OR YOU WILL SCREW UP THE WHOLE EFFECT HAS THE JUICE GOES TO YOUR LEFT AND RIGHT FRONT IT NATRUALLY HAS ANOTHER 3-5 DELAY AND SET YOUR REARS TO A LEAST 20 TO 30 MILL DELAY.iT WILL PUT YOUR LOCAL THEATER TO SHAME.

Warning make sure all your wires are in phase +to possative -to neg not only you get a ping pong effect if you plan push a lot of watts a surge could make you have a very bad day ,most wires are eather colored on the outside or silver or gold on the inside.if you plan on moveing one side away from the compared to the other side its better to increase at the gauge of the wire,or you will never get the balance right and end up throwing your equipment at whatever pissed you off in th first place.
it,s a type of balance of chi ONCE YOU HAVE IT RIGHT,ANY ONE OR THING THAT ENTERS YOUR SPACE WILL NOT BOTHER YOU AS LONG AS TUBES CONVERGE AND SOUND IS
TUNED LIKE A FORK AND IF SOMEONE ***** WITH YOUR SYSTEM THE TUBE IS SO BIG
YOU CAN AT LEAST FIT ONE BODY IN IT ,i THINK THE CASTORS CAN AT LEAST STROLL YOUR PROBLEM TO THE LOCAL LAND FILL.
i KIDDING PUT i LOVE MY SET ,.i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THE NEW BLUE RAY WOULD CLEAN UP THE 1080i ANY BETTER. GOOD LUCK

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If it's under warranty..get a new one.
It's an internal breakdown ...tech service only.

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SOURCE: hdtv checkboard pattern and/or green tint...

that's definitely a faulty mains board.

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