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I looked into it a bit more since I posted that last message and I have that DTS issue with popping on occasion (rare)... sounds like a bullet firing, I'm surprised I haven't blown speakers. I'd love to do the DTS update but there really isn't much newer info out there. I found a thing on AVS from 2008 and all the links were dead.
I have located the DSP update file on one of my computers. PM me an email address and I can send it to you.
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DSP instructions but I no longer have the software/CD

I was going to attach the CD instructions pdf but it's too large, even compressed.

However, Onkyo Support Forums has a thread on the DSP update, with an Onkyo email address that still may be active:

http://forums.onkyousa.com/




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Re: TX-SR705 popping noise - firmware upgrade
Postby ForumMod3 » Sun Jan 18, 2015 6:17 pm

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Send an email to Onkyoadmin@us.Onkyo.com with your receiver model number brief description of the problem and your contact information (name address phone number) and you will receive an update to address your issue in the mail.

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PM me an email address and I can send it plus instructions to you also.
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For future reference and use:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwN...ew?usp=sharing

That is the entire Onkyo update CD (in ISO format) that I was sending out with dongles. The WAV file to burn to fix the DTS-MA bomb as well as instructions are included in that ISO.
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Awesome Jason.
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Hey, not sure if anyone is still watching this thread but I'll throw it out there. My 805 has been a workhorse for the last 7 or so years without much trouble other than having to replace the transistor for the known display issue. Anyway, I just noticed that I'm no longer getting sound from my surrounds and subwoofer in my 5.1 setup. I swapped wires and the speakers are fine, just nothing being output from the receiver. I've tried Audyssey and nothing. Did my workhorse finally bite the bullet or is there something else I can try? Thanks!
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That doesn't sound good. Did you try a reset(hail mary!)?
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Mine did the same thing and a reset fixed it.
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Hey, not sure if anyone is still watching this thread but I'll throw it out there. My 805 has been a workhorse for the last 7 or so years without much trouble other than having to replace the transistor for the known display issue. Anyway, I just noticed that I'm no longer getting sound from my surrounds and subwoofer in my 5.1 setup. I swapped wires and the speakers are fine, just nothing being output from the receiver. I've tried Audyssey and nothing. Did my workhorse finally bite the bullet or is there something else I can try? Thanks!
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Mine did the same thing and a reset fixed it.
• Page 113 (main reset), and also page 116 (unplugging the AC power cord) in your manual.

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...Let us know too Samuel; so that we can help, with quasi certitude, the next one after you, from this simple solution offered by dustwvl.
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