Rid thyself of your capricious connectivity woes! A tablet version is also available. When the receiver drops off, all non-network functions work fine. Step Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into an Internet-connected modem or router, and plug the other end into the Ethernet port on the back of the receiver. Browse Internet Radio stations or Pandora. His thoughts were that there may have been some corruption in that process. I have also tried this using the wireless connection and had the same results. Since only the Yamaha has a issue with the Echo, I assume it is the Yamaha Ethernet adapter that has a problem.
I have contacted Verizon support and they have checked my network remotely and it seems fine to them. Hello all, bought the yamaha receiver a few weeks ago and am getting around to getting the network options set up, including Pandora. My wife prefers to use a regular remote. I know it's only streaming audio, but to not have at least wireless N, in 2014, on such an expensive device is a poor effort. Assuming all your connections have been made correctly, this can all be done with the receiver's remote. Its audio streaming should now be consistent. When listening to net radio streams such as internet radio or Pandora, the network connections drops every 1 - 2 minutes.
I have the latest firmware update and was wondering to downgrade like Bomoseen. Now I get random drops, unable to access etc. Anyone else have this problem or any suggestions? Backing out of the radio station and going into it again immediately starts playing again without issue. I have a Netgear 8000 that was initially connected to wired. I did the initial firmware upgrade to 1. A computer does not have to be connected; the receiver itself connects to the Internet. A message appears indicating saving of changes will result in network services being temporarily unavailable.
If your device is not recognized, please press i or menu button to check the settings. I can't believe that the receiver would not be able to multi-task between both types of control, but the nature of the problem leads me to believe it is some kind of software crash or memory leak in the receivers' network stack. Maybe if I email them, they will send an older firmware. Both my neighbor and I have Yamaha receivers Mine is a A840. Pin a device or particular zone to the start screen.
Was just about to make a thread about the same issue, when I came across thing one. Yamaha just released a firmware update, version 1. Pandora will play for 5 minutes or so before cutting out. Rotary volume ensures more convenient volume control. The cause is a specific interference from the Amazon Echo Alexa device With it shut down all issues wend away.
. Change the input, scene, volume and more. I am at a loss as to what to do. Read this: After a structural approach Changing routers, cable modems, various router settings, cables, shutting down other devices looking for interference, etc. I'm not sure if they issue was present, for me, before 1. I have contacted Yamaha again, but have not heard back from them.
If someone could run me thru the process it would help. I spoke to Keith in Yamaha tech support yesterday. Making a connection under WiFi-enabled environment The application uses WiFi function on your mobile terminal for the purpose of operating network-enabled devices. I have mine connected to a Netgear R8000 via wifi and The connection drops out randomly. Customization such as changing zone icon and renaming zone is also supported.
It was working for a week or so and now has started dropping the connection again. However, even after doing this, the connection is still getting dropped whilst on wifi. Has anyone found a solution to this, yet? In summary, the Yamaha receiver drops off the hardwired Ethernet and requires a hard power reset. This design is optimized for tablet size. I too would like to know how to access Pandora thru my 867. I didn't bother doing anything which required network connectivity until recently.
So now I have a brand new unit my original receiver was only a few months old with verified latest firmware, etc. I have the receiver power mode configured to not go to sleep. Anyone had any luck getting this to work, or have any suggestions? To be able to run both, I have now put my Echo on a Separate Wireless Guest Network that has only access to the Internet thus isolated from my other devices , it does not need anything else. If the problem is connecting to the network, how do you update firmware without a connection? Certain audio formats are not supported. In Basic Mode, pinch in and out actions adjust the sound field space.
I want to revert to the prior firmware, but can't figure out how to do that. I have to restart the receiver to get the connection back. All devices have now been working for 2 weeks straight without any issues. He said there are no known issues with 1. Do I have to do anything on the computer or is it all thru the 867? The receiver is displaying full bars, for wifi connection, so I don't think it is a signal strength issue. Yamaha only seem to provide a link for the latest firmware.