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Originally Posted by balboa dave
Crap. This happened to me this today for the first time. I wonder if this is related to the Network Control setting, as that's the only Setup change I've made. Anyway, I've reported this too to customer support, so I'm waiting for their response.
This happened to me once. Oddly, it was after watching a film, then switching discs. I unplugged the Receiver, waited 30 seconds, plugged it back in and all was fine.
This should not happen. HOWEVER, all of these receivers and processors are like computers. Many of us have had a computer lock up and needed a cold re-boot. I look at many of the problems listed in this (and other threads) as related to the "processor".
Keep reporting to Onkyo and wait for a firmware update. I don't see this as something that would cause me to send the unit back. Of course, it has only happened once. If it happened regularly I'd feel differently.
Good Viewing,John G JVC DLA-RS4810 Projector, Vutec 110" (16x9) Bright White Screen, Oppo UDP-203 disc player, Darbee Darblet, Onkyo TX-NR708 Receiver/Processor, Toshiba 1250 NTSC-PAL Region Free BR Player, 7 Paradigm Reference spkrs w Dual Subs, Adcom & Yamaha Amps