Originally Posted by Slump Buster
I have a new theory on this one. I have TVersity and Orb running on my media server. I've noticed that the 4306 "freezes" (the 4306 goes to the last network media folder that I was in and I can not navigate from that folder. A reboot of the box is the only thing that fixes this problem) after I reboot my media server. I am wondering if the 4306 keeps a session open on the media server even when the unit is not in use (but still powered on) and does not know how to recover when the media server disconnects. I'll try to verify this when I have time.
This is definitely true and a major firmware oversight by Denon.http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...1#post16040371
I have tried to make them aware of the issue but I am not really sure who to tell who can update this. I realise IP must remain active but not streaming music sources.
Worse still ...If you use Internet radio sources and have a capped broadband connection, and are therefore charged (or blocked) over a certain threshold, then this will cost you real money - even when the Denon is switched off !! If you use a 3G connection this is even worse.
It is a very bad implementation and I would have thought you would have a valid case to try and claim against Denon for any such costs . I just wish they would acknowledge the bug (emails) and do something about it. If anyone has the email address of the correct Denon person to notify about this then please PM me.