Actually not a typo. If you select TXNR801 when you download, you end up with the 901 firmware. I believe that others in this thread have confirmed that the 901 firmware is also intended for the 801. Good catch, however...
Well, I got *further* before the upgrade failed. I used the TX901-020003 firmware and it got past the first file okay, but in the second (larger file, I think), it got to 67% slowly, jump immediately to 99% and then failed. I got the same result several times.
Just to recap, I used the firmware downloaded from the OnkyoUSA site first:
TX901-010003 - it got to 99% on the first file and failed. I tried this at least 8 times w/ exactly the same results.
Then I found the...
Silly me... I was downloading from the OnkyoUSA site. I'd noticed that several people referred to the international site and Net Tunes Central Integrated... I set out to find it and found... different software?
I'll try it and see if this stuff works - I've nothing to lose now...
BTW - for the curious - the International site's download url is : http://www.intl.onkyo.com/products/n...oad/index.html
Ah.... It just keeps getting worse...
I tried to do the update and the receiver reports a failure after 99% of the first file.
There's no way to do the other two files.
- the firmware version is reported as the latest version - 1.00.03
- after trying about 6 time to use the Onkyo firmware updater that came with the firmware, I found that I could restart the onkyo Net Tunes server and use it to serve the firmware too. (when using the Onkyo firmware...
Thanks - i'd gathered most of what you'd posted from the caps that I have. I'd hoped that someone had a grasp of the Net Tunes protocol - it doesn't seem to line up with what Xiva has published with their protocols.
Ebirbal - I've been looking for the XIVA protocol - I've gotten some raw "sniffs" but there's a low S/N ratio in all the stuff captured.
Is the protocol something that you captured that the Onkyo receiver is actually using to speak to the XIVA site - or to NetTunes?
Can I get documentation of the protocol from you?
Mr. Spork, thanks for replying. As I mentioned, all other (external) sources play fine through Zone 2. However, to be complete, I did check my speaker wires.
I did misstate something - I was actually listening to the mserver, not NetTunes - but I checked that, too. It only plays through the right speaker in Zone 2 as well. So, it appears that the codec or some subsystem that feeds the music stream to the amp is only working on the right speaker.
I wonder if this could...
Does anyone have any experience with weirdness with NetTunes and Zone 2? I have a TX-801NR and I'm using Zone 2 for my back porch. I can get CD, FM, Phono, etc. on my Zone 2 speakers. However, my Nettune is only coming out of my Right Spkr...
On my main spkrs, it comes out of both L&R. (Again, all my other sources come out of both speakers in Zone 2).
Just another joy of owning NetTunes? Is there a way to "hard boot" the receiver?
Does this sound like a...
I've been following this forum for a few months. I've done some sniffs of the internet radio function and of the interaction with my server. The protocol doesn't look familiar and Ethereal 10.14 doesn't recognize SSDP nor UpNp, so it's not much help except to follow the raw capture.
However, with the recent developments with Xiva dumping the internet radio portion, I decided to look at the trace for that and follow the re-directs (there are about 2 redirects from the...