Question about Onkyo TX-DS575 Receiver
Called Onkyo and here is the solution they gave me.
1. Turn on unit.
2. Press and hold VIDEO 1 button.
3. While pressing VIDEO 1, press Speaker A button.
4. You should see "CLEAR" on the display for a second and it will go on stand-by mode.
5. Turn on the unit and check if sound is back.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
Hi, I just started having the same problems with my Onkyo TX-DS575. I have to play with the DSP buttons...the A/B speaker button...and now it has gotten to the point where my family and I lift the receiver up in the front, and slam it back down on the shelf and then hit the DSP buttons again and eventually we get some sound. This unit was already fixed once by Onkyo right after the 2 year warranty ran out for a similar problem. They returned it working...but scratched. This is the second Onkyo receiver that has died an early death within 15 years. I love Onkyo's styling, ease of use and sound, but I found the best way to solve this was by purchasing the Yamaha RX-V861 this week. I am done with Onkyo. Scotty D, Middletown, NJ
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
Tips for a great answer:
EFFECT : Use these buttons to increase or decrease
the amount of effect applied in a DSP or Advanced
Theater mode. When the amount of effect is
increased in a DSP/Advanced Theater mode the
characteristics of that mode become stronger and
more noticeable. The scale ranges from 10-90 with 70
as the default setting. First turn on the DSP/
Advanced Theater you want (by pressing the DSP/
Advanced Theater button until you get the mode) and
then increase or decrease the amount of effect.
CH SEL : You may want to adjust the channels when
listening to some sound sources. Use this button to
select the channel you want to adjust.
+/- : Use these buttons to select the amount of effect
in a sound mode and to adjust the channel"
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