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I have an Onkyo A-RV401 Integrated Amp; Sound from the left output goes off and then returns after a minute or two.

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SOURCE: Onkyo TX-SR701 no Digital output sound!!

befor go to any direction please repeat your system setup as manual told you(for digital output setting)

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ONKYO TX-SR701 - Hi When using the speaker config I can get output from all speakers but the Surround back speaker R does not work. I do get sound from Surround back L. It's a bit confusing as the...


Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Onkyo-TX-SR701-Receivers-manual/id/365ag222/t/2/

7.1 would have Surround Back L and R.

6.1 would have just one back there (SB). It defaults to the Left output on the Pre-Outs if you ever go that route.

This being a 6.1 receiver it does not support two SB channels BUT you can configure those amp channels for a separate Zone supporting 2 speakers. Confused?

The manual shows a single SB speaker connected to the left side on Page 27. THAT would be consistent with a 6.1 configuration.

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You amp has no OUTputs for a sub, but if you really want to attach a sub you'll need to get one that is self-amplified and accepts >>>stereo<<< High Level or Speaker Level inputs.

Otherwise your amp's volume control won't also control the sub's volume.

You would feed it full-range audio from the speaker terminals on your amp and its internal amp would use that to develop its own power output for the sub.

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http://www.ch.onkyo.com/files.download/skw-205_manual_e.pdf




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Hi i have bought an onkyo ARV 401 amplifier and i


You can choose any speakers to go with your amp as long as
1) they will allow the amp to perform at its best ( impedance and power handling)
Ideally you will buy speakers which will handle the full amps output plus more, then when you turn it up LOUD, you will not break the speakers

2) you still like the sound when they are demonstrated, installed at your home.

Sound is a very individual thing, if you like it then its fine, after all you are the one listening to it most.

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100 watts/4 = 25 watts per channel

RMS watts / channel = 25 x .707 = 18 watts/channel which is your average consumer stereo system

I would use 8 or 16 ohm speakers (not 4 ohm) -- almost any set of stereo speakers will "work" -- these will be 8 ohm and about 5 watt minimum / 40 watt max thereabouts

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Known problem w/Onkyo. Resolder Q710 transistor on DSP board.
Onkyo is aware of this problem.

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Onkyo A-RV401 amp is not sending any sound to the speakers.


The protection circuit is self resetting, it operates only when there is a fault condition in the amp. there is most probably a failure in the output stages of the amp causing a dc offset condition in the speaker output. The protection cct operates to prevent damage to your speakers. It may be difficult to offer a solution to you for this, it gets a bit complex to fix from here...you may have dry solder joint problems in the output stages, or more likely, failed output components. if you have a transistor checker(ohms meter), then you may be able to determine if any output transistors have failed, I recommend taking the amp to a good HiFi guy for repair. Many (including myself) often replace the all transistors to the last 2 stages when outputs fail. assures reliability in the future to repair this way, but the cost goes up a bit also. expect at least $120 to repair is it is a failed output stage.

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