Just bought a 3310, i.e. European Model. I assume it is more or the less the same thing as a 3310ci. I am pleased with its sound so far.
I am having a few difficulties with its networked features, however. It is hooked up through a powerline adapter (i.e. Network over power network), which may induce an issue ... but then again I had similar problems with a direct connection using normal Cat5 cable.
ATM, media streams work nicely. I have a PC running TVersity, and I can stream my iTunes folder, internet radiostations inside TVersity (not the 3310!) etc just fine to the 3310.
That means the network settings etc are all just fine.
However, I can not check for update firmware or connect to internet radio directly in the AVR atm. Mind you, that worked yesterday, where I did connect to internet radio and I also did an update of the 3310s firmware.
Oh, while I'm at it: Can Audeyssey be trusted? It calculates different distances for the two fronts, which is wrong ... but who knows, there might be some delay or something I don't see, which came into calculation.... Should I set those distances manually?
(which was the scariest firmware update I ever did ... 22 Minutes of extremely slow updating over what feeled like a flakey network connection - what does it do, receive extremely slowly or download hundres of MB? Gee... It also seems to directly update and not write to memory first somewhere, so it can checksum all first, then update locally. I also had to try four times to get it to connect to their update server. Very dangerous ... yikes).
So what's wrong? Are the Denon and/or radio servers used for this overloaded? Where are they? Can I traceroute or ping them for verification?
Oh, while I'm at it: Can Audyssey be trusted? It calculated different distances to my frontspeakers etc (which is wrong, if we just talk distance here). Should I set this manually?
Greetings from Switzerland