Originally Posted by Senkoy
^Okay, thank you.
And if anyone else is wondering where to get the app from somewhere else other than Googleplay, I was finally able to find it.
Then you can just save it from your PC to your kindle and open it with ES file explorer. You can instal the app through there if you enable the Kindle to do so.
Be aware with Airplay! I have been an Apple person since the late 80's and to date only use Apple gear with none of the incidents I have with another Airplay gear as I have with the 1222. I am getting the Harmony 900 RF remote so that I can remotely control volume and my music source and go back to the direct connection I have been using for years. With the 1222K Airplay has been a nightmare and Pioneer doesn't really seem to care. Another partial or haphazard implementation of a feature. To date its lack of "smooth" interaction fried my Bose (God Rest His Soul) sub with internal X-Over that I use on one of my patios when the volume shot to max on it's own while changing songs. In taking so long for the unit to respond to me try to pause the song so I could see what happened, that was enough time to take out the protection and the two drivers in the sub. Am getting them re-coned as I type. Pioneer first said, "they are not responsible for any damage along those lines" and "that has been known to happen". WHAT?! My guys at Apple have "nudge, nudged, wink, winked", about using Airplay with Pioneer gear. Plus the audio quality is no where near as good as a direct connection. It's OK though, but . . .
This unit has been the worst Pioneer experience. I loved my original VSX-9300 and its successor my VSX-D909S. If it only came in an HDMI with current codec model. I am now having serious doubts about Pioneer. Their DJ gear is still pretty good. But then that's for now.
Got the sub back from the shop and am now using a direct line from my Mac tower to the 1222 and a MBP with Screen Sharing to control the tower. WOW! what a difference in sound quality. It's far richer and fuller than what I get from AirPlay. I have never heard of quality issues with AirPlay, so I am surprised and disappointing at this and will be watching future installs to see where the problem may be. It could be anything, because Pandora sounds pretty good, better than AirPlay. So . . .Edited by FarmerBob - 7/21/13 at 6:33pm