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post #1 of 3 Old 11-20-2013, 10:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi Guys


I have recently bought a Onkyo TX-NR626 receiver and unclear about a few things.


The main reason i bought one was because i bought a projector and didn't want to keep swapping hdmi cables. I would be grateful if someone could answer my questions below:


I have SKY and PS3 plugged into my inputs and my outputs are to the TV and the projector


1 - Can i have for example sky on the projector and the PS3 on the tv? as currently when i turn the projector on i have whatever is on SKY on the TV and projector at the same time?

2 - When i try to play music from my "network" it says no server?

3- Can i stream iTunes from my mac?

4 - How on earth do i unsync the remote control?



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First RTFM smile.gif

Second- #1- No

#2- Is your AVR connected to your network?

#3- Apple TV

#4- see "First"

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You would have to step up to the Onkyo TX-NR929 to get a 2nd HDMI monitor output independent from what is playing on the first output.
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