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post #5041 of 5049
also what baud rate should i be using?
post #5042 of 5049
Hello,

My 876 is not sending audio to the left front channel. I have swapped out speakers and cables, and done a factory reset... still no sound on left channel.
Any ideas on what would cause this issue?

Sorry if this has been covered before, but a search didn't yield any relevant results.

Thanks for the assistance.
post #5043 of 5049
Here's a Youtube video on repairing a Onkyo 606 HDMI board. Excellent video on how to repair the board and the techniques to use. Repairs to a 876 will be somewhat different, especially the number and location of the capacitors compared to a 606 HDMI board. But, shows how easy it is to make the repair.

Edited by eaayoung - 3/9/14 at 7:56am
post #5044 of 5049
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Were you able to fix your problem? Our power went out last night, and when power came back on, the sound no longer worked. I get the same uninformative DSP1st ?????? ?????? in Debug mode.

Krahulec, I have the same issue after a power outage. My 876 has no audio and it displays DSP1st ?????? ??????. Did you managed reinstall the DSP firmware? Have you been able to find a solution?

post #5045 of 5049
I purchased my 876 second hand, and noticed that the HDMI switching is much slower than on my 607 -- can some of those who bought it new comment on whether this is normal or is it due to capacitor deterioration on the HDMI board? I replaced all the 100uf caps but of course the others could be bad as well.
post #5046 of 5049

I can say that my 876 has never been fast, an HDMI handshake takes up to 8 seconds.

post #5047 of 5049
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Originally Posted by audio4life View Post

I can say that my 876 has never been fast, an HDMI handshake takes up to 8 seconds.

Mine is about the same.
post #5048 of 5049
Thanks guys, no need for me to fiddle with it then! A minor annoyance but one that I can live with.
post #5049 of 5049

Dear all,

I have an Onkyo 876. All of a sudden lost all connectivity to HDMI ports while I still have OSD visualized on the TV .

There are no "clicks" from the relay, while I switch between the different ports and "No signal" is displayed.

The 100mf capacitors were exchanged as described. Unfortunately this brought no results.

What may I try next? There is no official Onkyo support in my area.

Thanks for your help in advance.


Edited by Alexandro77 - 4/7/14 at 3:42pm
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