Originally Posted by winston9332
we need to put pressue on denon to recognize the issue and the underlying commonality with the panasonic. i am sure pride might get in the way of realizing that's what causing the $700 reference player to malfunction is the same problem as the $100 entry level player.
Lets at least give them a chance to recognize, understand and eventually fix this.
It is no news that Denon use Panasonic uniphier chips.
Has the SD card or buffering anything to do with this issue? The Panasonic thread suggest so.
From the Panny thread:
Originally Posted by MidnightWatcher
Apparently the cause of the freeze had something to do with the buffer filling up and needing to be emptied, which took a split second, but long enough to cause a noticeable freeze in video playback. The 2.2 fw is suppose to prevent the buffer from maxing out.
IIDexII-Then if that is the case, it may not have to do with the Panasonic chip, but rather related to firmware or SD.