Originally Posted by jdsmoothie
No reason Pandora should not have worked prior to last week if the X5200W was operating correctly.
Thank you for your response JD - you make this forum work for me. "Every single day and every word you say, I'll be watching you" Oh wait - that's a line from a Police song. Really my devotion is not that serious and not in that way (LOL).
Pandora has never worked, and I have not spent much time trying to make it work. I guess my bad. The online radio stuff works, although I seldom use it. I have tried rebooting even changing my password, but no joy. For me it is not a big deal.
In fact I would be happy if Denon stuck to processing audio and left the online stuff to others. Denon makes a great receiver
; they don't need bells and whistles to make me happy. I have Roku, Apple TV, Oppo, a Sirius tuner and a smart tv for the bells and whistles.
Except for the Oppo and the TV I can buy a new bell and whistle for $100 or so if something new comes around that I just have to have. An AVR puts a bigger dent in my pocketbook, so less easily replaced.
7.4.4 system with Denon 5200 (Height 1, Height 2, surround, rear surround), Emotiva XPA-5 (front, center), All Klipsch speakers: Cornwall (front), 2 Heresy (center), 2-kg-1.5 (front surround), 2-kg-1.5 (middle surround), 2 RS-7 (rear surround), 4 KSW 15 (sub), 2 SA-2 height-1, 2 SA-2 height-2, Oppo 203, Mac Mini (network), Apple TV (DNLA), Roku 4, 3TB My Book (DNLA), Dell PC (Network), Vizio UM-P702uiB3, Logitech Harmony Companion, X-box one s
Last edited by Alanlee; 06-26-2016 at 08:00 AM.