Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
I have an Onkyo HT-R667 7.1 receiver that is plagued with a video connection problem that has recently gotten worse. I have all three current-gen gaming consoles (Xbox 360, Wii, and PS3) that are connected to my Onkyo receiver, which is connected to my HDTV via HDMI cable. The Xbox and PS3 are connected to the receiver via HDMI as well, and the Wii via component cables.
The issue I experience is when I turn everything on (i.e. the tv, receiver, and PS3), the receiver doesn't connect the video (or sometimes video and audio) until I toggle the power on the receiver a few times, switch inputs, or just wait approx. 5 minutes for it to connect. Any idea as to why this is happening? If I wait for it to connect, the black screen slowly starts to get fuzzy and the picture will sort of fade in and out until its completely visible. I have reconnected all of my peripherals and it hasn't fixed the problem, although sometimes it works just fine and other times it can be a nightmare.
ANY help is appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Analog RCA input to HDMI output?
You have said the correct thing HDMI is digital therefore Analog will not pass.
You might have RCA audio outputs on your cable box so either send them into the TV from cable or into the AMP then use AMP volume to listen to TV audio (select unused input and remember it is for TV) the key is to remember that cable box will drive the initial vol so raise or lower cable vol then use AMP vol to obtain desired volume.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
What I think I did and how I fixed it!
FACTORY RESET ON EVERYTHING!
All you have to do is to do a factory reset on everything, but I thing mostly on your 605, but I would do it on the TV as well. I think what had happened is after I set everything up for the first time, it worked great. As the days when on I started to play with all of the futures the 605 and the TV had to offer. I was turning them on and off to see what everything did. What I think I did was, I turned on something in the 605 that the TV did not know how to cope with. If I had to guess, I think it is the Lip-sink feature (Spelling?) in the 605.
Anyway disconnect everything, look in your manuals of the TV and the 605 to see how to do the factory reset on both. Then turn your TV on. After it does it’s start up for the first time (again), start connecting the 605.
It has been working great for me after I did this. Do not count on help from the people you bought it from or the people who made it. This stuff is so new they do not really know how to fix it.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
In reference to the comment you added to our chat session:
Just connect your receiver to your TV using the same cable your receiver is currently using to connect to your TV, be it Composite, S-Video, or Component. Just switch your TV to that input when you need to set-up something on the receiver.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
SOURCE: Denon AVR 2106 clicking noise
I like when a user is observant and curious. That will help immensely in resolving this problem.
What source(s) are always involved with the problem?
You imply it is observable with output video to the TV - "only when there is movement on my tv screen and it stops in still screen". That sounds like a digital pathway problem of some sort as any data errors would eventually escalate to something audible or visible to you once the hardware and correction algorhythms are exhausted. The clicking inside the receiver could be its efforts to resynchronize with a bad data stream. Hence, I'd like you to isolate the ins and outs that fail all the time and find the probable single source of the problem.
Try this: put a digital source on and select/deselect it for listening or viewing. Does it make the click in that brief time it's 'thinking' before you hear the source? That would be the 'normal' sound. My Pioneer does it once per source switch. Repeated clicking would mean it's struggling.
I'm betting you have an optical or hdmi cable that's flaky or not in tight and straight. Or, if only one extternal source is involved we follow that back.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
It is a common problem for this model. One or a few capacitors on HDMI board have to be replaced. Sins they are surface mount, I would not recommend you to attempt replacing them. Contact Onkyo to arrange service.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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