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post #331 of 343
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Yes everything works as it should. You just have to unplug every HDMI device from the receiver before you power cycle. I don't think the rest of the steps (resets) are actually necessary. Tech support walked me through the process of the hard reset without telling me I should disconnect everything connected to the HDMI board.

thanks, it didn't work. i unplugged everything but main1 hdmi out to the tv and turned everything on. then unplugged all the power again. when i pressed the tv power the onkyo turned on. the receiver even says tv/cd like it should just no sound. I'm suspecting now that my hdmi in the wall is v1.3.
post #332 of 343
Not sure if this will help anyone but my receiver is fairly finicky(buggy) as well and sometimes i will not hear any audio from source( TV-for example) after turning both on...what i found that works (but its a pain) is to cycle the TV "input" source from TV to HDMI (Onkyo receiver) and back to TV...I then get the over the air DDigital 5.1 audio back....only once or twice have i had to shut everything off and restart to get it to work correctly.Note: I connected a digital audio cable from TV to the Onkyo and this also eliminated the no audio from TV, BUT, this totally defeats the purpose of using a single cable(HDMI-ARC)....:-(
post #333 of 343
Looks like my hdmi board has bit the dust. I have been having intermittent problems over the last few weeks where I was needing to power cycle the receiver in order to get audio through my hdmi inputs. Well today, it has stopped working completely. I called support earlier and they suggested a firmware update and a factory reset. I did that and the receiver was working for a little while. Turned it off and came back to it a few hours later, no audio at all through the hdmi inputs.

Time to go in for service. I am sending an email off to the parts department to find out if there is anything they can do since the unit is only six months out of warranty .
post #334 of 343
Thats bad luck the HDMI boards are the only thing that concern me with Onkyo kit, hope you get a fix

Just a daft thought its not maybe a HDMI cable fault

Allan
post #335 of 343
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Originally Posted by allan0210 View Post

Thats bad luck the HDMI boards are the only thing that concern me with Onkyo kit, hope you get a fix

Just a daft thought its not maybe a HDMI cable fault

Allan

I'll find out for sure when I swap my old 606 back in.
post #336 of 343
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Originally Posted by joepaiii View Post

I'll find out for sure when I swap my old 606 back in.

606 worked fine the with all the same cables and components. Bad 1009. Hope onkyo comes through on the out of warranty repair.
post #337 of 343
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606 worked fine the with all the same cables and components. Bad 1009. Hope onkyo comes through on the out of warranty repair.

Fingers crossed not sure how well they do out of warranty

Allan
post #338 of 343
Anyone get a 929 in place of the 1009?

Looking at the 929 specifically for the bluetooth capability...
post #339 of 343
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Fingers crossed not sure how well they do out of warranty

Allan

Thanks - must have worked. Onkyo came through and is taking care of the work. Dropped the unit off this morning and should be a week or two to get it back.
post #340 of 343
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Anyone get a 929 in place of the 1009?

Looking at the 929 specifically for the bluetooth capability...

I would be thinking about it a little harder if it had Airplay support, really wish they had that built in. One nice thing is that unlike the 1009 the 929 does support a powered zone 2 and 7.1 in the main room since it had 9 channels. The 1009 has 9 channels as well but you can only use 5.1 in the main room if you want powered zone 2. Or you could run 5.1 plus front wide/high and powered zone 2. I am still bitter about that one...
post #341 of 343
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Originally Posted by iamluvinlife View Post

thanks, it didn't work. i unplugged everything but main1 hdmi out to the tv and turned everything on. then unplugged all the power again. when i pressed the tv power the onkyo turned on. the receiver even says tv/cd like it should just no sound. I'm suspecting now that my hdmi in the wall is v1.3.
Sorry this is like 3 months late... But you have to disconnect all of the HDMI cables. Meaning every single one of them. I made them same mistake of leaving the main out connected and that was the cause of hours of frustration.
post #342 of 343
Hi folks

Well yesterday i took delivery of the Onkyo 3010 and will be selling my loved 1009 really enjoyed it but XT32 was a big pull for me

Hope you all continue enjoying the 1009 ! smile.gif

Allan
post #343 of 343
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Originally Posted by joepaiii View Post

Thanks - must have worked. Onkyo came through and is taking care of the work. Dropped the unit off this morning and should be a week or two to get it back.

This what i like about Onkyo they may have failures but they do seem to take care of you when things go wrong hope you have it back soon

Allan
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