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Onkyo 705 has no center channel when digital input is connected...

Hello all,

for some reason my onkyo 705 has no center channel when digital input is connected...
it was working fine and all the sudden this problem occured...
analog in has no such problem...

i tried reseting/rewire it.. still the same...
any ideas?
i'm running bi-amp on my front speakers tho.

thx

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Try with another digital cable.and confirm that your source assigned to digital signal.

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