Problem with Onkyo Reciever

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  1. Joseph Parisi

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    Now the problem isn't major now, but I'm afraid it could turn into something major in the future.

    My roomate came up to me saying that there was no sound coming out of the speakers. I figured they messed with some setting on the tv or reciever since they're always changing stuff around. I couldn't figure it out and checked to see if the cables were secure, and decided to change the audio and video cables from the video2 in the back of the reciever to video3, and everything worked. Change back to the video2 in, and no sound.

    Did something blow or break or short inside the reciever, and is there a chance of it spreading to any other inputs? Also should i bring it somewhere to get it checked out or is there anything else I could do to check to see if the problem is isolated in the video2 audio inputs.

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    1) check the audio configuration for that particular input in the receiver's setup menu, it may have been switched from digital to analog or vice-versa. It is unlikely that an input was damaged by something (but not impossible), so I would check settings first.

    2) don't let friends change any of your settings, EVER. [​IMG]
     
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