Originally Posted by dfkimbro
I had the same problem with the Polk soundbar that I’m replacing with the Nakamichi. Using the Polk soundbar crashed the 5GHz band. Changed the router setting for the 5GHz to channel 36 which was the least congested and lowest one on my router. No more problems.
I am surprised tbe low end is the least congested, its usually default. Do you live in a busy area or apartment complex or does your area have room to breathe on frequency bands?
My co.plex is like 200 apartments and the bands are way less congested on the higher bands but I changed them for my 7.2 just in case.
I juat wonder where the 2% problem they say wifi interference comes from? A lot of routers default in the lower bands without manual intervention, is the 2% because of that-- meaning would that percent go higher in a significant way if router deaultes to high bands? OR, is it a rare 2% issue in general? Or is it just based on number of tickets resolved aand has nothing to so with hard data?
Can you tell data analysis is one of the things I do? A total curiosity question that will probably have no answer.
Another one... if they are using a weird wi-fi or bluetooth.... ummm I will just call it a prprietary transmission signal..
that can interrupt normal signals, why is wifi not built in?
Not being critical... just a curiosity post. Why try to live in between the bands, when can embrace them or avoid them?
Thought of day...
Really please just give me 7.2 firmware...
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