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    Default Onkyo tx-nr509

    Hello

    I am now trying to use ONKYO TX-NR509 with Mezzmo.

    Now, I can play Music

    But, when I select Video or Photo, lsg "connecting" is flashing for a short Time & nothing happend anymore (no list displayed)

    ANy Suggestion will be welcomed.

    Regards

    JP
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    Hello,

    Can you please send all logs (both folders) zipped to support (at) conceiva (dot) com and we'll investigate.

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    I have had issues with my onkyo ( not your model ) before with sound dropouts, I had to send my unit off for a firmware update, you might be really lucky as your firmware is via USB - perhaps you should try an update ?

    http://www.us.onkyo.com/model.cfm?m=...s=Receiver&p=d

    Hope this helps

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    I have the 708 and I don't believe it supports any streaming except music. Check your manual for DLNA and/or server playback. If it only references music files then that's all it will play.

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    Yep - hartlenb is correct,

    The DLNA is for Music only... I would suggest something a bit different..

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-BD-C.../dp/B003BYRPLE

    this is a good price and the "Allshare" DLNA is pretty damn good - and as you will run the blue-ray through your amp it will perform well.

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    I happen to have the BD-C5500. As stated works very well with Mezzmo.

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    I own an Integra ('upscale' Onkyo) DHC-40.2 A/V preAmplifier/Processor.
    This is supposed to be a DLNA hardware.
    http://integrahometheater.com/model....amplifier&p=i#
    The Mezzmo trial version I am using, configured itself to call-out my Integra DHC-40.2 as Onkyo TX.
    The Integra DHC-40.2 is able to detect Mezzmo and handles the music files without a hitch.
    However (and for some reason), it does not even enumerate the folder for movie files, like it does not even exist.
    One of your previous advertisements referenced the Integra A/V hardware compatibility.
    Are there "drivers" for this Integra DHC-40.2, that I can download somewhere?
    Would you confirm whether the absence of the "Movie" folder is (as previously stated) due to possible DLNA compatibility with only Audion for the Integra/Onkyo models?

    Similarly, are there any custom 'drivers' for the PatriotBoxOffice(http://www.patriotmemory.com/product...id=895&type=20) Media Player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randombox View Post
    I own an Integra ('upscale' Onkyo) DHC-40.2 A/V preAmplifier/Processor.
    This is supposed to be a DLNA hardware.
    http://integrahometheater.com/model....amplifier&p=i#...
    Does your manual say it's supports DLNA for anything other than audio? Onkyo doesn't (see prior posts in this thread).

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    As hartlenb said, it appears the device only supports music over DLNA (see pages 66-68 of the manual).

    We don't have a device profile for the PBO, but try the "Xtreamer" device profile, as it appears to be similar in format support. Please let me know how that works out.

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