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“DX-C390 and vocals are drowned out by instruments.” Problem may come from opital pickup and digital decode board(DSP & DAC)Download service manual and check waveform. You should clean optial pickup first with soft cloth to remove dust and water film to see if problem fixed.

Onkyo DX-C390 | Answered 5 hours ago


“HT-R340 DSP Debug Mode” Does it show DSP ??????? Place a photo here to show more detail if you want.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered Yesterday


“my onkyo TX902 keeps turning off by itself.” Amp Volume too large. Tune it down and also tune the speaker level down found in speaker config.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on May 12, 2019


Hello Scott, to be able to guide you, in wiring so that you can have everything in your home theater system, you should comment that equpos you have
I can suggest a generic connection to have the sound of each source in Tu Onkyo
You have to connect the equipment that has HDMI output, in the corresponding entries in your Onkyo, accounts with only three inputs, if you have more than three equipment with HDMI, you can connect it to an HDMI input on the TV
If you have other equipment that does not have an HDMI output, you should connect it to the remaining inputs of the Onkyo, according to its type
Then, you connect an HDMI-HDMI cable from the HDMI output of the Onkyo, to the HDMI 1 input, of the TuTV Insignia
And you also have to have a Fiber Optic cable, connected from the digital audio output of the TV (it is located on the side panel of connections) to the Fiber Optic input (Digital In) n ° 1 of the Onkyo, this connection allows you to listen to the sound on the Onkyo of everything you are looking for on the Internet, eg Netflix, YouTube, etc.
In this way you would already have everything connected in the Onkio and you could enjoy the sound of the Home Cinema System
I hope you manage to interconnect everything and you can enjoy a good sound and an excellent image
I send you the links of the user manuals of TV Insignia and Onkyo, in case you need more information
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Scott, para poder guiarte, en cableado para que puedas tener todo en tu sistema de cine en casa, deberias comentar que equipos tienes
te puedo sugerir una conexi?n gen?rica para tener el sonido de cada fuente en Tu Onkyo
Tienes que conectar los equipos que tengan salida HDMI, en las entradas correspondientes en tu Onkyo, cuentas solamente con tres entradas, si tienes mas de tres equipos con HDMI, puedes conectarlo a una entrada de HDMI en el televisor
Si tienes otros equipos que no tengan salida HDMI, los deber?s conectar en las entradas restantes del Onkyo, de a cuerdo a su tipo
Luego, conectas un cable HDMI-HDMI desde la salida HDMI del Onkyo, hasta la entrada HDMI 1, del tu TV Insignia
Y tambi?n tienes que tener un cable de Fibra ?ptica, conectado desde la salida de audio digital del televisor (se encuentra en el panel lateral de conexiones) hasta la entrada de Fibra ?ptica (Digital In) n°1 del Onkyo, esta conexi?n te permite escuchar el sonido en el Onkyo de todo lo que buscas en Internet, ejemplo Netflix, YouTube, etc
De esta manera ya tendr?as conectado todo en el Onkyo y podr?s disfrutar del sonido del Sistema de Cine en Casa
espero que logres interconectar todo y puedas disfrutar de un buen sonido y una excelente imagen
Te env?o los link de los manuales de usuario del TV Insignia y del Onkyo, por si necesitas mas informacion
Saludos Franco Dosil

https://www.eu.onkyo.com/downloads/1/1/9/7/8/21637364_3342ba722d.pdf

https://data2.manualslib.com/pdf4/98/9771/977072-insignia/ns40e560a11.pdf?5272bbc74f2dc78e6eb01f3f6deb2aec&take=binary

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on May 07, 2019


Connect the line out terminals to the line input on your PC using a phono to stereo jack lead. Then use an audio recording program to record from the line input.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 22, 2019


check to make sure the speaker wire is not touching on the back of sterio or speakers. then shut off and turn back on. check the menu for speaker a and b and make sure it is turned on

Onkyo TX-NR509 | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


“quit working after a power surge.” Check voltage of speaker relay drive if there is +24V. If not, check +24V power supply. If OK,it must be either Main microprocessor unit, MPU or DSP problem.

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Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019


3 seconds shut down: dc protection triggered. The problem comes from the vertically installed circuit board next to the heat sink with power transistors mount.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


Maybe "Polk Audio PSW10 10’’ "&there’s no sound the standby light is red. Connect onkyo av-amp sub pre-out to line in and enter Onkyo av-amp speaker setting then subwoofer level calibration finally set +10db.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


HDMI connections are fickle. I have similar problems with them, and have to find the right position of the HDMI plug itself before it will pass the signal. I pull up on it lightly or remove it and plug it in again. The point being, these connectors are not very reliable, and have to be fiddled with to get them to work.

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 03, 2019


does it have a VCR button? If so, hold the vcr button and press power - that is the standard reset for onlyo

Onkyo Audio... | Answered on Apr 02, 2019

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