Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
The Onyko TX-DS595 receveiver won't respond to remote.
When unit is on hold down vcr button and press standy power button. display will read 'CLEAR". turn back on and see if remote works. note that this will erase any of your settings. Point the remote at any camera and look at the camera display. If you see a white light when you press buttos remote is working. Remove the top cover, remove front cover and resolder connections on remote receiver. If you intend to do this let me know and I can give you more details.
Onkyo TXNR-807 eARC issues
If you're having trouble getting sound from your TV, there are a few things you can check to try and troubleshoot the issue.
First, double-check all the connections between your TV and receiver. Make sure they are secure and that you're using the correct inputs.
Next, take a look at your TV's settings. Make sure eARC is enabled and that the TV is outputting sound through the correct port.
If you're not sure how to do this, consult your TV's manual. Similarly, check your receiver's settings to make sure eARC is enabled and that it is set to the correct input.
Again, consult your receiver's manual if you're not sure how to do this. If you're still having trouble, try resetting your receiver. This can often fix audio issues.
Hopefully one of these tips will help you get the sound from your TV working properly.
ONKYO AV Receiver - model is HT-S3910 (B)
Hi,the letters after NG refer to the affected channels - left center, right surround, etc. Do you have speakers plugged into these channels? If yes try to unplage all speakers then plage one speaker at a time,check your speakers if that dosent work for you try to factory rest your unit .
Powered Subwoofer repair--- Transformer issues?
Well yes transformers do fail and the transformer does say it has an internal fuse fitted which might have failed. The fuse on the board blowing is an indication of overload. The fact it didn't blow again shows that it is not getting any power or the fault has gone (doubtfull).
I doubt the transformer is a step up. But follow the circuit on the pc board till you come to electroytic capicator. This will have a voltage on it. The power level will be no more and perhaps less than the voltage on the capacitor. Another clue to the power level is if the secondary wires are narrower than those that go to the mains. That will indicate that less voltage comes out.
OK what to do. Well most makers say that the transformer is a safety item so it has to be replaced with the same type or one which is approved by the maker. So you can either contact the maker direct or find a service center, (for the brand) which might order you a replacement, or take the transformer to Radio Shack with details of the model number of the Sub, and see if they can get it for you. While there have a look at the multimeters. You should find one that will help you for all your future needs. I recomend one with a scale (rather than a digital). They are some around for £10 to £20 (I know you live in the USA but you can convert it) that will do what you might need it for.
The first thing to do if you get a meter is check with the ohm setting diodes or bridge rectifiers for shorts. IE: as if you had touch both probes together! Also do the same with any transitors you might find. As this could be the cause of the fuse blowing, and even the transformer's failure.
Onkyo T-4530 tuner not keeping stations
well there are only 3. ways.
1: battery + NvRAM<< a coin cell seen any sized even soldered.
2: eeprom chip (look MA/ no battery ever. (pure joy)
3: supercap _+ NVRAM
what is there only takes looking
if no battery and no FARAD HUGE super cam then it is #2
the super cap is the only huge cap there marked FARADS
and not marked uF. not microfarads
easy no, 3 classes of storage for 40 years.
Best converter for HDMI (ARC) port on TV to onkyo tx-ds555 receiver
Your receiver appears to have a digital optical input, so no converter would be needed, just an optical fiber cable (TOSLINK) between the two optical ports. However, the manual for your receiver states that several functions don't work unless there is also an analog connection. If you must have those, you can use an HDMI audio extractor. You may also need an adapter cable to convert 3.5 mm stereo audio to a pair of RCA phono plugs to make the analog connection.
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HDMI audio extractor reviews:
Onkyo TX-NR626 STUCK ON BD/DVD MODE
I Would suggest to try this, pull out the power cable from the wall socket, and while holding down CBL/SAT, press ON/STANDBY. and plug in the power cable again.
hope this will work.
When i turn on the
It's either in protection, or you have an internal power supply issue. First way to check it would be to disconnect all speaker wires from the receiver then turn it back on. If it still clicks, it will need service. If you need further help, post a comment and I can help you further.
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