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Subject: TX-DS939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.17.188)
Date: 05/25/2002 07:43:57 am PDT
Message "protect" appears and turner shuts down. I removed all connections and turned the volume up to 8, the same thing happens.Could this be the fuse on the the secondary power supply causing this problem.

IF I need to take her in, any recommendations in the (510) area code (CA), that will do an honest job.


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Subject: Re: vote by xxx.xxx.253.90
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.49.92)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.253.90) (Original Vote)
Date: 03/24/2004 06:26:03 am PDT
Hi just enquiring about the 939 amplifier, im trying to use the microphone analyser ,it comes up with (check microphone or speaker connections) is there anything you can tell me about !


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Subject: Onkyo Integra 939 DTS upgrade
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.253.43)
Date: 07/02/2004 10:32:07 am PDT
hi all,

I know my Onkyo is old (six years now), but I would now like to explore the DTS internal upgrade. I heard it can still be done, but finding out information about it is very difficult. I f you have done it or know of people that have done it or know how to do it, please contact me: 408.527.5912 (onkyo@kvartan.com). Thanks, kirk


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Subject: Re: vote by xxx.xxx.253.90
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.33.34)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.49.92) (Original Message)
Date: 07/16/2004 05:31:08 am PDT
>Hi just enquiring about the 939 amplifier, im trying to use the microphone analyser ,it comes up with (check microphone or speaker connections) is there anything you can tell me about !

When does it say that? (on what speaker), it will show an error if you use 2 subs with reversed polarity.

-Florian

PS: Write me @ webmaster@maggiefanclub.de


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Subject: PROTECT
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.0.117)
Date: 01/08/2005 10:38:03 am PDT
HI Every one
I ve got also the Protect problem on the THX 939 receiver
after turn it on 5 seconds later it turns off after wrote PROTECT
PLEASE HELP ME
at Gerwille@tiscali.fr
THANKS


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Subject: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.12.94)
Date: 01/15/2005 10:44:37 pm PDT
Hi,
I took a chance and bought the 939 broken with protect problem.Its been at the shop for some time and I ended up having to purchase the service manuel from Onkyo.The outputs short out I guess for different reasons.But It sure seems like alot of them have this problem.Im running a newer SR 600 Onkyo while Im waiting for the 939.I hope Ill see a huge diffrence in performance.The specs show the 939 running at 120 watts in 2 channel and 100 in surround but i notice a power lose in surround on my 600 as well even though the specs on the 600 show no power lose in surround.
Do all the surround sound stereos have power lose in surround but maybe for some reason its only being stated in the 939 specs and not on the other models or is their something Im missing.Does anybody Know?


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Subject: Re: vote by xxx.xxx.210.165
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.5.70)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.210.165) (Original Vote)
Date: 01/19/2005 12:45:40 pm PDT
>To all owners of Onkyo TX-DS939 or A-DS939 Integra (Here in Japan)
>if the temperature goes too high and the fans inside the unit do not turn on...
>Have the unit modified ASAP!
>I bought a receiver and it burnt after watching 2 movies..
>So I went back to the shop and changed it straight away.
>I bought a digital thermometer to check the functioning of the Cooling system
>and yet it would go up to over 70C and fans would not run.
>I called Onkyo service and they did tell me that there is a manufacturing problem and that the fans do not always turn on...and this could be dramatic for the board above the Power amplifier section...!
>If your unit is has fans always runing (since power up) that means that it already has been modified...
>
>Non the less ....It's a great piece of equipment and I don't regret buying it...
>
>Any questions? I can be reached at : jariten@gol.com
>
>Happy viewing!


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Subject: TX-DS939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.204.122)
Date: 03/07/2005 02:31:22 pm PDT
What would the value of a mint condition Onkyo Integra TX-DX939 be? I have one that I am looking to sell and really don't even know what to ask for it.


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.104.117)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.12.94) (Original Message)
Date: 03/14/2005 06:19:54 pm PDT
>Hi,
> I took a chance and bought the 939 broken with protect problem.Its been at the shop for some time and I ended up having to purchase the service manuel from Onkyo.The outputs short out I guess for different reasons.But It sure seems like alot of them have this problem.Im running a newer SR 600 Onkyo while Im waiting for the 939.I hope Ill see a huge diffrence in performance.The specs show the 939 running at 120 watts in 2 channel and 100 in surround but i notice a power lose in surround on my 600 as well even though the specs on the 600 show no power lose in surround.
> Do all the surround sound stereos have power lose in surround but maybe for some reason its only being stated in the 939 specs and not on the other models or is their something Im missing.Does anybody Know?

Hi,

I have a TX-DS939 and today while watching a movie the sound stopped. I tried to reset holding the cd and video1 but it doesent fix it. When pressing buttons the following error message appears: DSP56K9 Error
Anyobody know what is wrong or what has died? One gentleman said that has a service manual for this amp. Could you please check what does it says about this error.

Thank you very much in advance!


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Subject: Re: TX-DS939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.55.144)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.204.122) (Original Message)
Date: 05/04/2005 09:35:50 am PDT
>What would the value of a mint condition Onkyo Integra TX-DX939 be? I have one that I am looking to sell and really don't even know what to ask for it.

Not sure but check out Ebay. There are some on there or similar and you might have better luck selling it there and get a good price for it. Realistically, look at what you paid for it. How long you had it and ask yourself what you want to get for it. You most likely will get what you want as long as it isn't some outrageous price.


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