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Audio Error with Onkyo 709


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#1 OFFLINE   barryaz1

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 03:56 PM

A problem showed up for me with my new Hopper/Joeys.

The Hopper is connected in the main room through an Onkyo 709, and with my 722k, if I turned off the Onkyo, the screen would blank for a moment, come back on, and the sound would now come through the TV (via HDMI).

On the first night with the Hopper, the sound would not come through the TV if the Onkyo was off. Next morning (without the Onkyo on), the sound came through fine, but then last night, no sound without the Onkyo, and no "self-heal" this morning. What's different about the Hopper vs. the 722k?

These photos are of the 722k audio setup, the Onkyo 709 HDMI/audio setup, the Hopper audio setup, and the error message.

Suggestions? And I'll also post this on the 709 Forum on AVS.

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#2 OFFLINE   barryaz1

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Posted 09 March 2013 - 12:56 AM

A problem showed up for me with my new Hopper/Joeys.

The Hopper is connected in the main room through an Onkyo 709, and with my 722k, if I turned off the Onkyo, the screen would blank for a moment, come back on, and the sound would now come through the TV (via HDMI).

On the first night with the Hopper, the sound would not come through the TV if the Onkyo was off. Next morning (without the Onkyo on), the sound came through fine, but then last night, no sound without the Onkyo, and no "self-heal" this morning. What's different about the Hopper vs. the 722k?

These photos are of the 722k audio setup, the Onkyo 709 HDMI/audio setup, the Hopper audio setup, and the error message.

Suggestions? And I'll also post this on the 709 Forum on AVS.


Sometimes how easy it is to forget these are all just computers. Unplugged he Onkyo for a minute and after that, audio works fine and even my problem Onkyo networking back ok. Unplugging and plugging might even be the cure for the common cold.




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