Question about Onkyo TX-SV535 Receiver
Protect mode what and how too resolve
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
If you are getting standard stereo sound but not when engaging any surround option, then the problem is centered around the digital processing section. In standard stereo mode, the processing is bypassed. On some units this too would yield no sound, but with your model, the bypass is external to the processing section. This problem can be as simple as a bad voltage regulator on the processing board to a more elaborate problem within the processing circuitry itself. Without actuall seeing the unit and testing internally, I can not state for sure. This is a decent receiver and is worth the cost of a detailed repair estimate. Get one and report the results here. We should be able to guide you through the actual repair.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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