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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.221.171)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.104.117) (Original Message)
Date: 05/24/2005 10:21:05 pm PDT
Anyone know what a DSP56K9 error is on an Onkyp DS939 ? The sound intermittendly stopped, now it has stopped completely, and when I push buttons, the DSP56K9 error flashes for a second and then goes away. Any idea what might be wrong? I love this amp and hope it can be fixed. If you know, please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net. Thanks - Pete


>>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: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.16.123)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.104.117) (Original Message)
Date: 05/26/2005 10:39:04 am PDT
Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!

>>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: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.12.94)
In Reply to: Anonymous () (Original Message)
Date: 06/08/2005 06:52:27 pm PDT
>>Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!
>>
>>>>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!

Hi,
stumbeled on this site again searching for anything related to the Integera TX-DS high end Onkyos.being their age theirs not alot out their.I have the repair manuel for the TX-DS Onkyo 939.Ill look for the DSP56K9 when the book gets back from the shop.My experince so far has been disasterous.Ive had it in twice since it fried. The Shop said he gives up after 200.00 worth.939 dosent seem to have alot of the options other even older Onkyos have.You cant use A+B together.Theirs no all channel stereo.Why does the 898 have 7 channels at 110 at 8 ohms and the newer Integra 939 only has 5 channels with only 2 at 120 and the rest 100 watts and no all channel. How about some input from Older Integra owners


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Subject: Re: TX-DS939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.12.94)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.204.122) (Original Message)
Date: 06/08/2005 07:18:20 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.

Their was a Tx-Ds 898 onkyo that has DTS on craigslist .com for 350.00.I might be interested in the 939 If you still have it


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.36.37)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.12.94) (Original Message)
Date: 07/30/2005 10:49:13 am PDT
>>>Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!
>>>
>>>>>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.

I too would love to know if there is a fix for this. I sent my 939 in for repairs to the power supply which was a few hundred and then after 9 months it stops working with this DSP56K9 error on the screen. I decided to replace it with a newer Denon receiver after borrowing an older Denon from my neighbor and finding I liked it. Now what to do with the 939 door stop; I'd hate to dump it only to find out it can be revived cheaply or that I could somehow bypass the DSP still utilize the amp. Thanks in advance.


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.56.87)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.36.37) (Original Message)
Date: 12/08/2005 09:23:34 pm PDT
Did anybody ever find a fix for this DSP56K9 error? I also had the same problem.

>>>>Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!
>>>>
>>>>>>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.
>
>I too would love to know if there is a fix for this. I sent my 939 in for repairs to the power supply which was a few hundred and then after 9 months it stops working with this DSP56K9 error on the screen. I decided to replace it with a newer Denon receiver after borrowing an older Denon from my neighbor and finding I liked it. Now what to do with the 939 door stop; I'd hate to dump it only to find out it can be revived cheaply or that I could somehow bypass the DSP still utilize the amp. Thanks in advance.


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.81.34)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.56.87) (Original Message)
Date: 03/29/2006 09:37:23 am PDT
>Did anybody ever find a fix for this DSP56K9 error? I also had the same problem.
>
>>>>>Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!

Here is the solution:

I too have had the "Protect" and "DSP56K9" error. First you should see the "Protect" error, then as things get worse the "DSP56K9" errror and no sound, then a scrambled display.

The problem is that the unit is overheating. Check the air circulation around the unit immediately. Do not have any other equipment items placed above the unit so that the vents can have good air flow.

The next stage in the problem is that if the unit does overheat, a capacitor fails. I took my unit into "American" electronics in Madison, WI - chosen from a list of Onkyo authorized repair facilities found on the Onkyo home page (follow the obvious links).

American repaired a single capacitor ($0.95 part; $95 labor!) and the unit worked fine for about 30 days, then the capacitor blew again, took it back (repair was under warranty fortunately) and they repaired it no questions asked, no charge.

I regret that I can not be more specific as to which cap as I didn't do the repair myself, but it was fairly small (blue clylindrical), located on the power board (I think).

Hope this helps everyone.

My current problem is that my center channel died. Anyone else see this? It looks like I'll need to take it in again if I want surround (it's still working fine in "Stereo" mode though.

Steve


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.81.34)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.81.34) (Original Message)
Date: 03/29/2006 09:44:04 am PDT
Oh, and before you get the error messages you will hear a hum sound through the speakers.

Steve

>>Did anybody ever find a fix for this DSP56K9 error? I also had the same problem.
>
>Here is the solution:
>
>I too have had the "Protect" and "DSP56K9" error. First you should see the "Protect" error, then as things get worse the "DSP56K9" errror and no sound, then a scrambled display.
>
>The problem is that the unit is overheating. Check the air circulation around the unit immediately. Do not have any other equipment items placed above the unit so that the vents can have good air flow.
>
>The next stage in the problem is that if the unit does overheat, a capacitor fails. I took my unit into "American" electronics in Madison, WI - chosen from a list of Onkyo authorized repair facilities found on the Onkyo home page (follow the obvious links).
>
>American repaired a single capacitor ($0.95 part; $95 labor!) and the unit worked fine for about 30 days, then the capacitor blew again, took it back (repair was under warranty fortunately) and they repaired it no questions asked, no charge.
...


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Subject: Re: Onkyo TX-DS 939
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.16.123)
In Reply to: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.81.34) (Original Message)
Date: 05/01/2006 01:01:53 pm PDT
Steve
I had my 939 fixed about a year ago (a bunch of capacitors changed) and now it is not working right again -- takes a long time to "warm up" before I get any sound. I NEVER hear the fan come on anymore - when it was new I used to hear the fan. I am beginning to wonder if that is the root cause -- no fan; unit overheats and then blows capacitors. Of course, the repair guys don't listen to me when I ask them to check the fan circuitry.

Anyone else out there have an insights? Is it worth fixing this Onkyo 9329 again? - Pete

>>Did anybody ever find a fix for this DSP56K9 error? I also had the same problem.
>>
>>>>>>Anyone ever find out what a DSP56K9 error (and NO SOUND) error is on an Onkyo 939? Mine suddenly has no sound and I am not sure what to do with it. Please email me at papuhl@attglobal.net if you know. Thanks!
>
>Here is the solution:
>
>I too have had the "Protect" and "DSP56K9" error. First you should see the "Protect" error, then as things get worse the "DSP56K9" errror and no sound, then a scrambled display.
>
>The problem is that the unit is overheating. Check the air circulation around the unit immediately. Do not have any other equipment items placed above the unit so that the vents can have good air flow.
>
>The next stage in the problem is that if the unit does overheat, a capacitor fails. I took my unit into "American" electronics in Madison, WI - chosen from a list of Onkyo authorized repair facilities found on the Onkyo home page (follow the obvious links).
>
>American repaired a single capacitor ($0.95 part; $95 labor!) and the unit worked fine for about 30 days, then the capacitor blew again, took it back (repair was under warranty fortunately) and they repaired it no questions asked, no charge.
>
>I regret that I can not be more specific as to which cap as I didn't do the repair myself, but it was fairly small (blue clylindrical), located on the power board (I think).
>
>Hope this helps everyone.
>
>My current problem is that my center channel died. Anyone else see this? It looks like I'll need to take it in again if I want surround (it's still working fine in "Stereo" mode though.
>
>Steve


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