I probably sounding like a broken record, but I don't give a hoot how simple or inexpensive or easy the fix is
... if this really is the fix (not some unintentional "reset" of the units, only to have the problem re-appear weeks or months down the road... only time will tell).
This has nothing to do with HDMI boards, and frankly that just is not relevant either... wether it be an Onkyo board, or a Denon board, or surf boards, it makes no difference who did what, when, how, where or why.
This thread is for multiple units that have the situation we are currently
dealing with. While it is okay to relay prior dealings (good and bad) with this manufacturer, it does seem a bit "fan boy"ish to insist this is acceptable due to the cost and ease of repairs!
I repeat, if it is so cheap and easy to fix, why was it so screwed up from the start? This is pitiful QC.
I'm sorry, I expected more from Onkyo. (If you're asking what more could they do... your missing the point, it's what they should
I'm missing my AVR, going thru withdrawl, and not happy about it. I unfortunately will not be happy until I have had mine back, and have put in some serious hours of usage without further incident (that's months
worth of hours). Being old and skeptical, I'm not convinced a cable and removing the crap is the key to my continued "Home Theater Bliss"... again only time will tell.
Hate to bring this up, but... I am kind of curious... those who did this on their own (reports of "okay for now" are
it happens again, what will you do then?
Do you think Onkyo will honor the warranty if you have to send it in to them, and they "discover" the cable they didn't provide/authorize/instal/