Originally Posted by oughtsix
But I wish the RX-A1010 would turn on when my TV turns on!!!!! Is this a setting or is the unit not capable of this?
I don't think so, but I don't think HDMI CEC (HDMI Control) is supposed to work like this. The TV isn't supposed to turn on other devices automatically when you turn it on, you could have a dozen devices connected and you wouldn't want them all to automatically turn on. Your TV might have some way of turning your receiver on manually using HDMI CEC.
My first attempts to play any of my music from my DLNA server were a complete flop! The 1010 found me DLNA server, navigated the songs without a problem but it refused to play any songs. All of my songs are high bit rate MP3's.
How high of a bit rate? It won't play non standard bitrate MP3s.
What happens when you try to play the any of these songs? Is the song greyed out, does it give an error message or does it seem to play but all you hear is silence? Do the same MP3s play correctly using the receiver's USB input?
I was really close to going with a lower end RX-x73 series. If the DLNA doesn't pan out I might just as well gone with a RX-373.
Well, the RX-V473 has DLNA support...