Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Purchased an Onkyo 875 months ago, then just started setting it up only today since I have to build the projection. Tied it with an Epson 1080p home projector and a Toshiba DVD player. Initially run the speakers caliberation, but does not find my surround rear speaker. Swapped the left and right to ensure that the speakers are good. Also does no see my DVD player, HDMI connect to 875 then output to the Epson.
Anybody with this problem, & solutio?
YOU ARE PROBABLY USING 5 SPEAKERS WITH OR WITHOUT A SUB, AND YOU CONNECTED THE REAR SPEAKERS TO THE REAR SPEAKER OUTPUTS. THEY WON'T WORK THIS WAY. RECONNECT THE REARS TO THE SURROUND SOUND SIDE SPEAKERS, AND RERUN THE AUDISY SETUP. THIS SHOULD TAKE CARE OF THE PROBLEM. YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS AND SET UP THE DVD INPUT, IT WON'T WORK RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX, TOO MANY VARIABLES.
I CAN'T GET MY 875 TO RECOGNIZE COMPONENT VIDEO SIGNALS, I GUESS I'M STUCK USING HDMI, AND COMPOSIT INPUTS.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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