I have tested some more with a wii directly connected to hdmi 3 (my avr is on hdmi 2)
And had half a dozen or so more disconnects playing Zelda while all the other equipment was powered off.
Just kind of disconcerting loading up a new piece of firmware and have this start almost immediatly.
So my thinking is the tv power supply.
But I also did a quick Google and found a blog post with the exact issue but the solution was to remove the TV's internet connection as an IT tech person I find that a bit odd that Sammy's engineers have added in such a bug.
I live in a ground floor apartment that basically is a cement bunker, and being a bachelor AV nut I have my windows currently covered with not one but two layers of black curtains :-P
With a front projection setup and no better half to say no, that kinda just happens hehe.
Besides the blog post was from 2009 and this tv is barely two years old.
Anyhoo just to give an improbable idea a try, I have given it an invalid private ip (I honestly couldn't find a way to unconnect it from the wifi AP) figured it was worth a shot since I seem to find no end to the list of weird problems I end up tracing back to wifi..
So far no random power cycles since I did that, but its only been 40 minutes or so.
But must say I'm really loving this new updates features, I'm even thinking this could allow for changing of Darbee settings etc while using Netflix etc, but I have yet to test that.
And navigating network content via a tablet is better than I could have ever hoped. No more needing to turn on the tv to find my music files :-)
Last edited by TorTorden; 10-27-2014 at 02:25 PM.