Originally Posted by livingproof73
Can one actually do that? I had mine updated but they missed the DSP update.
he can help you with the file. How-to-do is pretty straightforward once you can access the service menu in receiver. A number of us SC-09 owners have just done this, including the rs-232 updates. DSP flash is done by CD-R but there are some DVD players that won't work. He may have the instructions for the 92/94 or some can possibly help you by improvising on the SC directions.
I do not have the files for the 94 so everyone, please don't PM me asking
I only have for the model I own.
Also, I strongly emphasize this - anyone considering or trying to update firmware yourself -You do so at your own risk.
If something happens & it goes pear-shaped, you can't blame the person you got the file from or anyone trying to help. Pioneer didn't make these user-friendly to do, but it's not hard if you are PC literate. If you aren't PC literate, comfortable updating a PC BIOS or even burning CD's, my advice is don't try it! Take it to a service center instead. It's not as simple as putting a disc in a player & hitting play to update it's firmware. But if you are willing to access the service menu and choose the item to be updated, it's not hard.