Separate Audio and Video Sources TX NR616

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Separate Audio and Video Sources TX NR616

Post  meanmiguel on Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:14 pm

I have a TX NR616 with latest firmware. I would like to view xbox hdmi video source through onkyo receiver (with HDMI output to TV) while listening to the audio of another source through the receiver. My source audio is a simple component red and white audio cables. Can this be done? If so, how?


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Re: Separate Audio and Video Sources TX NR616

Post  OnkyoUSA on Fri Oct 26, 2012 2:03 pm

Yes this is also an option on this receiver. First, select the input you'd like to view the video content from and will be changing its audio source to the preferred format. Now go into the SETUP menu of the receiver and scroll down to SOURCE SETUP and press the ENTER button. Now scroll down to the AUDIO SELECTOR option found in this submenu. This option only works for audio connections made via HDMI, digital optical, digital coaxial, or RCA Analog cables.

So you will basically connect the audio device (i.e. mp3 player) via the supported audio cable connection (optical, coaxial, or RCA analog) and designate this connection if digital (as analog connections do NOT need to be designated in the menu). For instance, go into the SETUP menu and under INPUT/OUTPUT ASSIGN> DIGITAL INPUT: designate the digital optical/ coaxial connection for the specified input and ensure that NO OTHER input also shows OPT # or COAX # (replace it with - - - - - ). Now under the AUDIO SELECTOR submenu; select ANALOG and the audio feed will derive from the RCA Analog cable while the video feed will derive from the HDMI cable connection.

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