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I have 4 airport expresses and they drop out sometimes too. No idea why. But I wouldn't hold your breath for a firmware fix that improves airplay.

By the way I love my 1222 too .
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Hi everyone, my first post in AVS forum .

First thank you for such an informative thread. I purchased my Pioneer SC-1222-K last year in April, and its been awesome since.

But yesterday i started having problem. The receiver now does not output any video, i turn it on, the HDMI in is detected with HDMI led lights up, but i have no video on the TV. if i plug the HDMI straight from my HTPC to my TV its working normally, teamviewer into the HTPC shows it detects the receiver, but no signal to my TV.
I tried again with my PS3 and different HDMI in, but the result is the same.

I also reseted it. When i plug my PS3 in i can hear audio, which mean that the HDMI in port is working. The only time i see something on the TV (a Samsung Plasma) is when i config the reciever, menu speaker volume, the TV shows something like a volume menu increasing and decreasing, but im not sure if its the TV or the receiver's.

Is there anything i can do ? Any suggestion is welcome!

Thank you very much !

Duy Hung
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