How Receivers Work … Sony Onkyo Home Theater Help Tutorial

How Receivers Work … Sony Onkyo Home Theater Help Tutorial

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  1. Jamie Grieve
    Jamie Grieve 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    Hi there I'm jamie from Blackburn Lancashire in the UK and I have just got a second hand onkyo tx sr 606 avr receiver and it does not have any microphone with it so I have seen some of the new ones used for the new onkyo avr receivers and I am wondering if they can work with the same model as I have got?

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  2. MrPentaro2
    MrPentaro2 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    Very nice setup! How about a nice Pro-ject Debut turntable? 😀

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  3. svo65
    svo65 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    no turntable!!!!

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  4. immadodgeguy
    immadodgeguy 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    lies.
    you can hook every video source directly to your TV and audio to the receiver at the same time.

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  5. andrew8792310
    andrew8792310 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    @sportstechdude
    its best to use the reciever because thats one of the points of having the reciever. one reason is quality what wire are the audio out on the tv rcas? hdmi are best run all your components to the reciever also for less chance of distortion. 2 if your wall mounting you tv you have 2 wires vrs. all the component wires. there are many reasons why

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  6. sportstechdude
    sportstechdude 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    there are audio out ports on TV's so you can plug them all in to your TV and not use the TV speakers audio out to the receiver

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  7. Eric K
    Eric K 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    Excellent video, thanks!

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  8. Raf Neyens
    Raf Neyens 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    thx man, why do poeple use an external amplifier? Because the receiver not always have an amp build in? Or just because they want more speakers or more powerfull speakers?

    greetz

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  9. c0uchsl0uch
    c0uchsl0uch 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    micheal jackson huh ?? i hope he paid in advance

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  10. Lucas S
    Lucas S 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    does PS3 supports 7.1?

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  11. Joeldude76
    Joeldude76 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    i do i use to have it going through the tv now i dont i use the stereo to change between tv and my xbox360

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  12. FlowerRemedy
    FlowerRemedy 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    thnx, No I didn't actually I bought a 6100 for $480….is that better 🙂

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  13. 806TO713
    806TO713 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    Onlyo 5100 is a standard mediocre system. I hope u didnt spend ore than $400 for it though

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  14. Lachlant1984
    Lachlant1984 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    I don't have an AV receiver, but I do have a DVD stereo system. I have connected my Nintendo 64 to the TV via the standard AV cables, I then have a line lead going from the AV outputs on the back of the TV, to the AUX input on the back of the stereo system, that's one way to get around using an AV receiver if you don't want one. It also means I can play games with headphones if I want to, as my TV set doesn't have a headphone output.

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  15. Joeldude76
    Joeldude76 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    theres a little thing i like to call audio output

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  16. FlowerRemedy
    FlowerRemedy 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    hey thanks for the tutorial.
    What do you think about Onkyo HT-S5100 I bought this last night in hopes my husband will aprove of his Christmas present and of my choice. Is that a good model?

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  17. Joeldude76
    Joeldude76 4 January, 2022, 11:40

    if u have an audio output on your tv u can hook everything up to ur tv and then to ur stereo

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