I know my model is slightly different but I'm having trouble setting my new receiver up. I live in Fiji but bought the receiver from Japan last week...and the manual is in japanese so i cannot read it.
I have basically set it up the same as my old Onkyo that I unplugged. But i now have no audio sound and cannot even get the tone test to work.
Is there something different i should be doing? Would anyone have any advice for me?
Thanks heaps in advance,
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For all practical purposes an EQ or any analog audio processor connects exactly like a Tape Deck - into any RCA pairing that has both an OUT and an IN and can be selected to be in or out of the audio path.
However, on this and just about any modern digital-capable AV Receiver, activation of any external loop that would connect a processor or tape deck would automatically DISable any digital audio sources. The effects of the processor, therefore, can only be used with analog stereo sources. It WILL affect the sound going to all speakers if you use the various Digital Sound Porcessing modes as the extra channels are derived from the stereo channels anyway.
You don't. Once the speakers are adjusted relative to each other using the test tone that's it. The modern presumption is that you're sitting in the sweet spot at all times and all program material is perfectly recorded.
Had same on an ONKYO TX-505 given to me for repair - eventually found a broken track on top circuit board that came from a transistor that control the main power on relay - looked like it was burnt off for a section of about 1.2mm