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post #1 of 3 Old 04-28-2013, 07:45 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi, I have two AVR receivers, a Yamaha HTR-7065 and an RX-V671. Both receivers work well, except the HTR-7065 does not behave in the same ways when playing music over a network share. While playing music on the V671, when I power off the unit and return power, I can just hit the play button and it remembers the last song played and continues. On the HTR, i have go through all folders to get back to the same place.

Is this issue a bug, or a feature reserved for different receiver models?
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It might be because the RX-V671 is has either "Network Standby" or "HDMI Standby Through" enabled, which prevents the receiver from going into to full standby mode when you turn it off.
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I've checked the receiver settings and both are running the same settings "Network standby mode" and "HDMI control modes" etc. I've toggled and matched every setting etc. and the V671 just works.
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