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post #391 of 398 Old 12-04-2014, 04:32 PM
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Thanks Robert.. only problem I don't know and can't find my Onkyo ID Number for tx NR626 reciever
You look it up by receiver brand and receiver model.

http://www.onkyo.newremotecontrol.co...efnum=TX-NR626

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Can anybody suggest the best setting for Surround sound. Also My center speaker is not louder then the surround speakers
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Can anyone tell me the part number, voltage rating and amperage for the first fuse on the power distribution board (right by the power cord) for the NR727? I took it out and went to replace it, but ended up losing it.
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Can anyone tell me the part number, voltage rating and amperage for the first fuse on the power distribution board (right by the power cord) for the NR727? I took it out and went to replace it, but ended up losing it.
Figured it out. For anyone else it is a 250 volt 8 amp s51 fuse. The service manual says it is T8AL250.
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Please excuse this very dumb question, but I don't see an LFE output on my 636. Could it be labeled as something else?

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Please excuse this very dumb question, but I don't see an LFE output on my 636. Could it be labeled as something else?

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It is labeled 'subwoofer'. Color code is purple, I think.
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I have the TX-NR626 and was told I should have HDMI cables at > 14 gbps. I then came across on a forum:
"On the flip side, new Onkyo receivers are listed with HDCP 2.2. What they aren't telling you is that the HDMI 2.0 implementation is limited to 10.2Gbps (just like HDMI 1.4). While this allows the Onkyo receiver to pass the HDCP 2.2 handshake, it will limit how much data can be passed, negating many of the benefits of HDMI 2.0."
Does anyone know if this is correct and if so would it impact the 4K upscaling versus a different receiver?
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The main limitation will be the frame rate will be at most 30hz until devices are available that can handle the full 18.7gbps required for 4k 60hz operation.
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