If a problem occurs while you are using the remote controller, Å¢rst try to operate the front panel controls on the main unit to make sure that it
is not due to a malfunction (or worn out batteries) in the remote controller.
No power.?Power cord is disconnected.?Plug in the power cable into the AC9 outlet
securely. Make sure that the power cable is
not disconnected from the DTR-5.
?There is external noise in the computer cir-?Turn the power button off and then on again11
cuits of this unit.or remove the AC plug from the outlet and
then plug it again.
?AC fuse blown.?Contact your Onkyo Service Center.
Power on but no sound.?MUTING indicator is lit.?Press the MUTING button on the remote con-20
troller to turn it off.
?The digital/analog input setting is incorrect.?Select the correct input.18
?Bad connections.?Check connections, speaker leads, etc.10
?AmpliÅ¢er protection circuitry has been acti-?Contact your Onkyo Service Center.
vated. (ÃöPROTECTO will be displayed.)
No sound from the center?Speaker cable is not corrected.?Check the connection between the ampliÅ¢er10
speaker, or very minimaland the speaker.
sound.?Listening mode is set to STEREO.?Set the Listening mode to any mode other22
?CENTER level is set to minimum.?Set the CENTER level to the appropriate v15ol-
?CENTER SPEAKER is set to NONE.?Set CENTER SPEAKER to LARGE or SMALL.14
Hum, low-frequency noise.? Poor or no input ground.?Check outer conductor of input plugs.6
?Poor or no phono motor ground.?Check for proper ground connection.6
?The placement of the audio connection cab?Adjust the placement of the cablesle to reduce
on the rear panel is incorrect.hum.
Howling when the volume is?Turntable and speakers are too close?Move them farther apart.
Rough or scratchy sound.?Stylus of turntable pick-up is worn.?Replace.
High range is not clear.?Turntable stylus tip is dirty.?Clean.
?Treble control too high.?Turn treble control down.20
AM stations cannot be?AM loop antenna is not attached.?Connect the included AM loop antenna to the12
received.AM antenna terminals.
Buzzing noise on AM (par?ticu-Noise from electrical apparatus such as Ãčuo-?Move the AM loop antenna to different posi-13
larly conspicuous at night orrescent lamp.tion.
with weak stations).?Set up an outdoor AM antenna.13
High-pitched noise or buzzing?Noise from TV set.?Place the AM loop antenna as far as possib13le
noise on AM.from the TV.
?Move unit away from TV set.
Crackling noise on AM, FM.? Noise caused by turning Ãčuorescent lamp on?Move antenna as far as possible from the Ãču-
and off.orescent lamp.
?Noise from automobile ignition.?Install an FM outdoor antenna as far as possi-13
ble from the road.
?Change the position or direction of the out-
TUNED and STEREO indica-?Station is too strong.?Change to FM indoor antenna.12
tors light but sound is distor? Multiple reÃčection of the rtedadio waves because?Use antenna which has better directivity and13
and stereo separation is bad.of tall buildings or mountains.select a point where the distortion is least.
TUNED and STEREO indica-?Station is too weak.?Install an outdoor FM antenna.13
tors Ãčicker and hiss is heard?Stereo FM broadcasts cover only about half?Change the position or direction of the out-
on FM.the distance of an ordinary broadcast.door antenna.
No station is recalled.? The power cord has been unplugged or the?The memory contents are lost. Store all sta-23
POWER switch has been turned off for a longtions again.
Front panel controls function?No batteries in remote controller.?Insert batteries.5
but remote controller does not.?Batteries have worn out.?Replace batteries.5
The sound of the playbac? The input selector is not set properk?lySet it to the pla.yback source.17
source is not heard.
Also refer to the respective instruction manuals of the video disc player, video cassette recorderose your enter-, TV monitor, etc., that comp
Because the unit contains a microcomputer to provide advanced functions, it may malfunction due to ectricity. Ifxternal noise or static ele
40this happens, press the POWER switch on the unit and then press it in again after about Å¢ve seconds.