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Onkyo upconversion problem

I have the above receiver and i dont know how to configure the compnent to hdmi upconversion. This is due to not getting a manual and the online one is confusign as heck. Im tryign to convert component to hdmi, and im stuck with the settings, any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks.

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  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    plugged in a blu ray disc machine through HDMI and all im getting is pink and purple tints with the picture. Hooked up directly to tv and no problems. Seems like picture is having problems getting through reciever?

  • toriless Mar 01, 2009

    I think it only upconverts VIDEO to HDMI but not audio. It only passes out HDMI audio inputs to the HDMI audio output. What a RIP-OFF !! Look at the bottom of page 25 of the manual. For audio it does ONLY HDMI to HDMI and Coaxial or optical to optical out or analog to analog out. It seperated into three output groups unlike video which can can be upconverted. By the way, it doe NOT downconvert video from digital inputs to analog output except for the headphones and speakers. If you have a analog device connected to will need use BOTH analog and digital inputs. I have both an analog and digital TV. It will take not output my HDMI video imputs to analog set. Only to the HDMI but then it will ONLY pass HDMI audio NOT co-axial or optical. It SHOULD send digital optical audio and digital co-axial audio to HDMI but does NOT. You will need TWO cables and a compatible digital TV. Mine digital TV only has optical audio OUT not optical audio IN. I'd need to run a secondary analog input from the DVD player to the Onkyo and another ANALOG one from the the TV IF I wanted to use the TV speakers since ti will not pass on either the DVD players digital optical audio output nor the DVD players digital co-axial audio via HDMI. It will ONLY do so IF the DVD is also being inputted via HDMI.

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This may be due to a limitation of the Faroudja DCDi chip used in the Onkyo receivers. See the Onkyo FAQ: http://www.us.onkyo.com/faqs_detail.cfm?detail=1&id=268

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I have a dvd player connected via component and I'm having the same problems. Manual via the On Screen Menu - Set the DVD input to "---" and the signal will be upconverted and sent via the HDMI out. This doesn't work for me so I might have other problems but if you haven't tried it, give it a shot.

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Onkyo USA:
FRYS.com #: 5586420
The Progression of Affordable High-Def Home Theater Continues with Full HD Integration and Video Upscaling As part of the second generation of Onkyo high-definition-capable receivers, the TX-SR606 is at the forefront of affordable home theater. The key is to have the most capable version of HDMI. The TX-SR606 provides high-definition video and audio processing for four source components—another first for Onkyo at this level. From Blu-ray Disc players to gaming consoles and cable/satellite boxes, you have everything in the digital realm covered. Apart from 1080p video, the TX-SR606 can upscale all video signals to 1080i, regardless of the connection, for output via HDMI. Onkyo's own RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) also gives you inter-operability with the displays and playback components from other leading brands. And with an expanded version of Audyssey's room correction technology, the TX-SR606 maintains the fullness of surround sound audio quality at low volume levels. The TX-SR606 offers all-round excellence rarely seen at this levelSpecial Features
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