I used to have a Velodyne like that and you had to use a Y splitter and connect to both inputs LFE, or just flip the switch to one when you If you like to run your subwoofer louder than the 75dB level and your Level Calibration is less than 0dB, increase the Level Calibration on your receiver a couple dB. Basically DON'T SHIP THESE RECIEVERS UPS/FED-EX! If your Onkyo allows you to select PLIIx on anything less than a 7.1 system, it's not configured correctly. check over here
Otherwise I would've checked it first. Have you got the surround speakers working yet?Ben Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Cable by perpetualmickey / October 1, 2007 4:31 AM PDT In reply to: .. configuration and saw Aud. How do I fix that?
Guess he solved his problem.... Because of room constraints or personal taste, many people with 5.1 systems put the surround speakers in the back of the room. Close Yes, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. after a little while (maybe 10 minutes or so) it started working out of nowhere ,and has been working since.
Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Onkyo HTS 6505 Subwoofer Problem 1FrancoB SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe1010 Loading... This was worth it!p0llinate : One other thing,Customer: Yes.p0llinate : If changing the setting doesn't help, you can try a microprocessor reset (factory reset) of the receiver, which can clear some Afro GT afrogt is offline Quote post #14 of 205 Old 12-04-2007, 11:46 AM Ringfinger Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2007 Location: Buffalo, NY Posts: 319 Mentioned: 0 Onkyo Surround Sound Settings Do you know anyone local to you with a decent sub you could try hooking up?
I have seen this error with regular receivers that try to decode uncompressed audio via HDMI. Congrats. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... http://forums.audioholics.com/forums/threads/onkyo-606-no-subwoofer-sound-please-help.62715/ Symptoms include not being able to receive any signal format other than 2 channel PCM, getting video but no audio from HDMI sources, and your receiver always being muted when you
Gabriel Rodriguez 2,329 views 2:01 Onkyo subwoofer - Duration: 0:58. Onkyo Listening Modes Think why you changed the settings, then try to back-track your moves. All feedback is welcome.Setting HDMI Audio Out=ON This one is very common and it causes a lot of problems. Any suggestion?
Changing to HDMI audio on I get the sync. peterthegreat is offline Quote post #11 of 205 Old 12-04-2007, 08:42 AM Mike613 Newbie Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 9 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Onkyo Subwoofer No Sound BEGIN TEMPLATE: adv_portal_vendor_sponsor 5} Google search VB search Search Home Forums News Forum Latest Industry News Community News & Polls AVS Forum Podcasts Great Found Deals AVS Forum Clubs Special Forums How To Turn Off Pcm On Onkyo Receiver Sign in to make your opinion count.
Any sending device that relies on EDID to decide what kind of data it can send will only send 2 channel PCM because that's all your TV supports. check my blog Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. The receiver is an Onkyo TX-SR674 with the KEF 2005.2 speaker and subwoofer set. Hope that solves your problem Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - gonna try by perpetualmickey / September 10, 2007 8:41 AM PDT In reply to: Try this! Onkyo Receiver Stuck Pcm
On the sub, use the R/LFE RCA input with a single RCA cable from the Sub output (pre out) on the Receiver. ..........set the volume to about 10-11 o'clock. ..........set the Family Rm: Samsung 52" LCD, Onkyo TX-NR809, Emotiva XPA2 & XPA-3 amps, PS3, Oppo BDP-93, FIOS HD DVR, Salk Song Tower-RT, Song Ctr-RT, Song Surrounds, SVS PB12-Plus/2, Velo SMS-1, HTPC, Roku then we'll tackle the BD playback.Best,Ben Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - New Update by perpetualmickey / September 29, 2007 2:24 AM PDT In reply to: I'll take half-way... this content As soon as I get a chance I'm going to run to best buy to get another one.
During DVD? Onkyo Receiver Troubleshooting No Sound I think PS3's have an auto HDMI mode that uses the EDID data, and some kind of manual mode where you tell it the data types your receiver can support. could be the amp's got a faulty sub channel had the same problem with an old denon amp first the left channel and then the centre took it to ortons in
At first i thought it is either the cable problem or the subwoofer problem, so I went to buy a second receiver(Yamaha) just to test. I connected the sub with a LFE cable to the AV, but no sound is coming out from it. I'm all set. Onkyo Surround Sound Not Working It goes without saying that I have tried all the various combinations of the above.
If you don't have a Radio Shack meter and don't want to get one, read the manual that came with your subwoofer and see what they recommend for the volume knob Turn all speakers to "small" or set them all to 80Hz unless you have very small bookshelf or satellite speakers. I got it to work by disconnecting the actual power cord from the built in power block in the woofer. http://cestudios.net/onkyo-receiver/onkyo-receiver-1080p-not-working.html I did want to add the my Pioneer Elite 95FD Blu-Ray player will bitstream all of the high rez audio formats so you might want to add that into your info
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riiiight? It's very easy to have 1 or 2 stray copper wires brush up against the adjacent speaker terminal or the chassis which can trip the protection circuits or damage your receiver. Was it authorized to sell refurbs? If you have things configured correctly, you'll get all the benefit of TrueHD, DD+ and DTS-HD with your Onkyo receiver, assuming your HD-DVD or Blu-Ray player is capable.
All rights reserved. The latest is the Wharfedale WDHX-160SSP. The TV downscales? The Onkyo receiver has one main subwoofer output and another one which no one ever recommends using (although I have tried both).
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Your receiver should remember that Listening Mode and the clicks should go away.