None of the codes listed in the Verizon FIOS remote Control work for turning the TX-SR605 on. Two codes work for turning it off but will not work for turning it on. The Verizon remopte is a Motorola DRC800
Posted by pointone on
I have a solution which has worked well for me. It uses the DVD button at the top of the remote. It was a trade-off as none of the codes in the RC144 Philips remote will work any Blu-ray players, so the DVD button was unassigned. The 922, 955 and 977 codes are explained in the directions for the FIOS remote. http://onlinehelp.verizon.net/consumer/bin/pdf/philips%20rc1445302%20user%20guide.pdf
1. Set up your TV button to work your TV.
2. Set up your Onkyo code, pick one to turn on the receiver. I used 3719
3. Use the 9-2-2 code to cycle through all available codes. At about a count of 300 I found one which will turn the Onkyo receiver off. Make sure you start this process with the ONKYO receiver already on. Once you find it press the OK button.
4. Use the 9-7-7 code to power all devices TV, AUX and DVD from the power button.
In this way, each time the power button is pressed it will send both the power on and power off signal to the ONKYO receiver.
This technique works well when you point the remote at the ONKYO receiver and press power button. Apparently the TV has better reception for the signal then the ONKYO does.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
The listed DVD codes do not work in the remote control codes book accompanying my Onkyo receiver. The code is a four digit code. Onkyo support could not help me. I was able to hook up my TV and cable box to the remote so I know it works. Does anyone know the code I need? Thanks
Posted by Yonkel on
Player can be made to work without remote. But it is a pain.
You need to press pause then play in the right combination.and you can get both DVDs and Blu Ray disks to work. I bought a store floor model that did not have a remote. I went through the same problem when I would lose the remote for the HD-DVD player. My four year old daughter knows this trick pause pause play for DVDs and pause play pause play for blu
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Even though I can verify a strong signal to all speakers connected, when I run the 2EQ test it cannot locate the rear left speaker. I have the set-up configured to cross over at 100hz using Carver di-polar bookshelf speakers. the right speaker is located.
I double checked that the set up was configured correctly and given that all speakers are audible I am stumped as to why it can find all but that one speaker.
Thank you for your assistance.
Posted by chefblair6... on
The only thing I can think of is that the microphone that detects speaker signals is in a position that blocks the sound from that speaker. When it's testing there should be no noise from anything or anyone.
Posted on Jun 12, 2017
So I recently set up my Onkyo TX-SR605 reveiver and have ran into a few issues that I can not seem to figure out. I have an HDMI output from my receiver into my TV. I have my monitor output as "yes" to HDMI. For my HDMI input, I have DVD as "_ _ _", as I am using component cables from my DVD player into my receiver. I have the Component input for DVD set as "In 1". The video seems to upconvert fine from compnent to HDMI into my TV. When I attempted to do the same thing with other component sources, such as my Xbox 360, I can get the sound to come in fine, but the picture does not come in. I know it is not my receivers component input, as I have tried my DVD player with the other component inputs into the recevier and the video feeds through fine out to my TV with the HDMI cable. So I am not sure why the upconversion with component cables works with my DVD player and not my Xbox 360.
Another issue I had was with the HDMI cable input into my receiver. I set my HDMI input setting for my cable box as "HDMI In 1" and the sound from my Cable box comes into my receiver, but no video is outputted into my TV through th HDMI cable. I don't understand what's going on. Please help, as I am getting frustrated with this whole thing.
Posted by Onkya... on
press set up go option number 1 then go hdmi monitor and input yes. then press set up again
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
displays error code how do I fix it
Posted by Rex Rex on
Hi Rex, if you get this on your display please give us a call so that we can walk you thru this diagnostic, you can reach our Product Support Team at 800-229-1687 as they are here 24/7 ready to assist, Thanks, JT
Posted on Nov 17, 2015
Need Remote Code for Toshiba HD-A30 HD-DVD Player.
Posted by tosjob on
just pick from here
you may not find the exact one but the basic functionality for dvds should work.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
hdmi from dvd direct to tv works(panasonic th-50ph9uk); hdmi from directv direct to tv works; dvd hdmi to av receiver(onkyo) results in sound to speakers but no signal at tv; Dvd and sat are assigned to hdmi inputs on onkyo; hdmi monitor setting is set to yes; attempts to use dvd or sat thru onkyo results in no signal msg on tv; help, Bob
Posted by enge on
This might somewhat help. Today I went back .. I went HDMI out of the Cable box and DVD player into 2 of the TVs HDMI ins. The digital audio out from each, straight to the receiver and things are working ok. All speakers are working OK. Sound isnt as loud or crisp but unfortunately I found no other solution.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Does anyone know if it is possible to use the Onkyo 605's Remote Control to control an XBOX 360 DVD player ?
Posted by fonald on
Try 32083 or 30522.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Ive been playing about with the audio options and i want to reset my system to how i bought it. also does the sytem automaticaly choose the correct audio out put
Posted by Niftyandre... on
This works for some Onkyo receivers Hold down the VCR buttton on the receiver (not remote) and press the main power/standby switch.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
yeah, brand new receiver, i followed all the instructions, plugged everything in, turned it on and now i can't get it to leave stand by mode, the display doesn't show anything, it doesn't appear to switch on at all. the tv screen says no signal detected
Posted by Ewokalypse on
If the unit will not leave standby I would remove all power, disconnect *all* connections at the back, reconnect to a power source and try powering on. This will eliminate any connection causing the Onkyo to stay in standby due to a short. If it still will not enter power-on mode, you may want to look at the power source (is it properly grounded?), but beyond that the unit probably needs to go back.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
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