Roik Hockenberger: Onkyo is a truly solid company and will stand behind their products. I had a no-sound problem on my Tx-8050 receiver and Onkyo efficiently took care of the problem, paid for both ways shipping too. Fixed at totally no cost and now I am a super loyal Onkyo fan! To prove it I just bought a new Onkyo CD player. It's fantastic. Here is a company, folks, that knows how to treat their customer base and earn your business.
Next Nexit: wtf you heat up your board with halogeen light this chip get to hot then your board get broke you must solder the chip then you not need your lights anymore.
David Petrusewicz: just turn up your heat in your apartment or house lol
Qazi Zahid Hasan: i am planing to go for a TX-NR609. will i do it or not. it seems that there are a lot of consequences on ONKYO devices
Yuyu01 Yuyu01: search for ONKYO CUSTOMER CARE on the net. Some products will be repaired for free because this problem is a manufacturing issue
Google Name: I don't think u have a fix here but a way to start a house fire ,
Anh Huynh: You lair dinnt show anything about you fix it
Yehuda Nataf: Hi to all...The solution for this issue is reballing CHIP Q3001 (DTS)
PeterMacPL: In my TX-NR905 stop work USB and Etheret, when I'm doing factory reset display shows "NET CLEAR SKIP [ENT]" not pure "CLEAR" Please help :(
Forevernorthstars: Helpful advice thanks but it really shows how lousy Onkyo AV receivers are.
Gary Davis: I have the opposite problem. My audio goes out while watching TV so I turn off the receiver and use the TV's audio for a while and then later turn on the receiver and it is working again. This has happened a handful of times.
So my problem seems heat related and after a cool down, it's back to normal.
I have a TX-NR509.
Scott Prazak: So you heat up the board EVERY time?
Jarosław Jan: Will be beter if you do rebaling procesor!!!! but remember for reon use lead free balls!!! for this smal procesor it might be lead balls!!! Regards!
bruno william: did work I used a heat gun and work fine and i add some fans to cool the heat
John Doe: Does anyone know what a typical HDMI board cost to replace?
vintage stereo: Very nice video. I have hdmi problems with a onkyo tx-sr706. Is this the same hdmi board as in the previous models, if so , I can try to repair it with the help of a youtube video where they explain how to fix the job. Can copy this video and place it on my channel, i will of course give all the credits to you with a link to you page. make some new subscribers.
vintage stereo: I don't think vintage can beaten by modern gear... the first one still have to be built