Originally Posted by JP32
Your opinion on matters like these isn't really relevant, as the joke implied.
A couple people asked for a tidbit of info, on a tech forum, in a tech thread for owners of said tech. If you feel the need to be snarky or belittle them, that really says more about 'you'. If the small number of questions about it was too much for 'you' (in the royal sense), then let one of the dozens other knowledgeable posters answer it. 'You' don't need to answer every question posted.
I'm not arguing the importance of a radio app, that's just silliness and I won't waste my time on it. But the holier-than-thou attitude gets fairly annoying, fairly quickly... and I get embarrassed to even be part of the group.
Even jdsmoothie gave you the same answer. I bet denon would even tell you to use another device for now. Why get bent out of shape over it? We don't know when it'll be fixed for sure just that there is supposed to be a firmware released in Sept and jdsmoothie says it should include the fix for pandora. Since numerous devices can do it too we just do that and are telling people to do that. I'm sorry that people being honest about the reality of the situation doesn't meet your standards. I'm sure jdsmoothie is tired of answering a question he can't really answer definitively when there are work arounds.
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