Does Onkyo TX nr717 have Bluetooth?
Bluetooth integration (requires optional optional Onkyo adapter)
How can I test my sound system?
Follow these steps:
- Right-click the Volume icon in the notification area.
- From the pop-up menu, choose Playback Devices.
- Select a playback device, such as your PC’s speakers.
- Click the Configure button.
- Click the Test button.
- Close the various dialog boxes; you passed the test.
How do you test a 5.1 surround sound system?
How to Test 5.1 Surround Sound on Windows 10
- Press Windows key + R to open a Run window and type “mmsys.
- Go to the Playback and right-click on the 5.1 speakers that you previously configured and select Test.
- You should now start hearing test sounds coming from each of your 5.1 surround speakers in turns.
How do you test a speaker to see if it is blown?
Set the meter to ohms, make sure the speaker is turned off, and touch the lead of the multimeter to the speaker terminals. A multi-meter reading of 1.0 ohms means the speaker is not blown, but a reading of infinite ohms means it is blown. A completely blown speaker will have infinite impedance.
Is the Onkyo tx-nr717 any good?
I like the Onkyo TX-NR717 features, and it worked well while it worked, but it died after 2 years — *way* too soon. This is my second Onkyo, bought to replace an Onkyo TX-NR-707 which also died after 2 years.
Do you still use the Onkyo 717 remote?
Speaking of remotes, we almost never use the 717’s remote; instead we still use the 777’s remote, which is what I expected. The fact that the new one isn’t a learning remote is the only reason. Defective Product do not buy this or any Onkyo product until tis issue is resolved.
Is the tx-nr717 THX certified?
To achieve THX certification, the TX-NR717 had to meet the most demanding standards for home cinema audio quality and performance. Access Endless Music Possibilities
Is the Onkyo receiver with the HDMI chip defective?
Defective Product do not buy this or any Onkyo product until tis issue is resolved. This product is defective and Onkyo has admitted it. However they say they have fixed/resolve the issue with the chip controlling the HDMI output. I have returned my receiver to Onkyo three or four times for repair under their Special Services program.