How do I set the equalizer on my Onkyo receiver?
There is an option labeled Equalizer Setting and has three “presets” you can select on the left hand side. Then to the right of that it looks like you can select whichever speaker you want to adjust along with some sort of bar graph and the sound levels (low to high end).
Does the Onkyo TX SR606 support HDMI ARC?
The TX-SR606’s connectivity is highlighted by its four HDMI inputs, which can handle both high-resolution audio and HD video signals up to 1080p. Four HDMI inputs is generous at this price point, and should be enough for most setups–but if you need more you can always add an HDMI switcher.
What is re EQ Onkyo?
The manual states the Re-Eq button “can compensate a soundtrack whose high-frequency content is too harsh, making it more suitable for home theater viewing.” – the standard description for HF roll-off. I assumed this meant the Re-Eq button was a Onkyo roll-off curve for non-THX modes.
What does assignable mean on receiver?
It means you can assign which input (plugins) are use by each “selection”/input of the amplifier/receiver. It does seem confusing at first. Best way is to sit down with pencil and paper and write down all the input devices, then where to plug them in, then the assignments.
How do you use optical audio on Onkyo receiver?
Just use the HDMI 1 port on the back of your TV. Connect the other end of the cable to your receiver. You’re looking for something labeled HDMI Out; it’s usually a different color. If necessary, connect a digital optical cable to the back of your TV (optical out), and the other end to your receiver (optical in).
Should I change equalizer settings?
However, an EQ can make arguably better changes. This is because it gives you wide control over how your audio sounds like. The music you listen to may sound good, but it can always sound better when tuned with an equalizer.
What is THX Re EQ?
In the THX modes, the my 9.9 shows “Re-Eq (THX)” which seems to indicate the THX Re-Eq rolloff. The manual states the Re-Eq button “can compensate a soundtrack whose high-frequency content is too harsh, making it more suitable for home theater viewing.” – the standard description for HF roll-off.
What is line out on a receiver?
Pre-Outs. Also called Line Outs. Some receivers won’t include pre-outs but they’ve become fairly standard even at lower price points. Pre-outs are used to connect an external amplifier to your receiver so they can power speakers in your Home Theater system.
Should I run video through my receiver?
One reason to route audio and video through a home theater receiver is to cut down on cable clutter. HDMI carries audio and video signals. Using a single cable, you can connect the HDMI cable from your source component through your receiver for both audio and video using the one HDMI cable.