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Firmware updates don't require a dongle or jig if the main firmware (Main Update?) is at 1.01. most were at 1.00 which necessitated one or the other. DSP can be done regardless of firmware version.
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hi,

i just checked what versions i have.
main is at 1.08
dsp 8051:08214A
8052:07518A
8053:07820B
so i gona search if that are the latest firmwares out for it.
and if newer are fixing things before i flash something that broke more then it fixed.
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hi,

can someone tell me how to update the trx-805,what do you need for it to update the firmware and cores(dsp).
its never been updated.
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Go to the first post on this thread, second section... should at least let you know how. The actual doing it might be challenging due to required parts & instruction requirements from 8+ years ago...
Darn it! I've probably done that at lest 10 times... it's not the first post in the thread, it's the FAQ post and it's here:

705 FAQ post

and this is gurkey's post on firmware updating:

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the people here with a tx-sr805,do you know what is the latest firmware for it?
i searched on the net but cant find exact what the latest firmwares are.
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the people here with a tx-sr805,do you know what is the latest firmware for it?
i searched on the net but cant find exact what the latest firmwares are.


In my post just above yours I reference the two posts in this thread that will tell you what you want to know...

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hi,

i just checked what versions i have.
main is at 1.08
dsp 8051:08214A
8052:07518A
8053:07820B
so i gona search if that are the latest firmwares out for it.
and if newer are fixing things before i flash something that broke more then it fixed.
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the people here with a TX-SR805, do you know what is the latest firmware for it?
i searched on the net but cant find exact what the latest firmwares are.
You just said it in your post above

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In my post just above yours I reference the two posts in this thread that will tell you what you want to know...
And grubavs just said it too; with the perfect link(s) direction.
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You just said it in your post above



And grubavs just said it too; with the perfect link(s) direction.
I hope you noticed I left out the, "RTFP!" comment

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^^ And from the past "RTFM"
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Just wanted to say huge thanks to @cambrian . Followed your method to the letter and results just as promised. LED is alive again.
Yes, I know my soldering is a bit messy, but my excuses are lack of proper iron tip and it was done in rush

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Independence Day 2 - Resurgence: Audio drop-outs?

During my first playback of ripped ID2 (DTS-MA) through my TX-SR805, I experienced numerous audio drop-outs. Audio would be lost for 1-5 seconds, during which front panel indicators for audio properties (format and channels) would disappear. No audible artifacts before or after the drop-outs. I later tested a different DTS-MA title (Jurassic World) and it played without flaws. Rip was Handbrake with audio pass-thu + AnyDVD. Playback was PCH VTEN.
Any other TX users experience similar?

PS. I updated firmware last year for "DTS bomb".

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