network streaming of music on my pc

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network streaming of music on my pc

Post  snoopdad on Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:17 am

Hi all
I have asked this before and didn't get any straight answers.
so i'll try again.....

I have a NR609 connected to my TV 'which works great for tv' HDMI control works for switching between cable & Blue ray

But i also want to use the nr609 as an old fashion amp 'that is listen to music without the tv on'

so my question how can i stream music from my pc to the amp without turning the TV on?
TV is off, nr609 is in standby with the net control enabled. I go to my PC hit "play to" it finds the nr609 and then says
device cannot be controlled.
At this point I go to the nr609 and turn it on to the net then DLNA section the tv is now also on
I select the media library, play my songs bujt the TV is on.

what am i doing wrong?


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Re: network streaming of music on my pc

Post  OnkyoUSA on Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:36 pm

What is the make of your TV and do you have the HDMI-CEC option of your TV enabled? If so, you should disable the HDMI-CEC function of your TV- so it will not communicate with the receiver and power up the TV along with the receiver. For instance, if your TV is a Samsung; turn off the ANYNET+ HDMI-CEC function. It your TV is a SONY, disable the BRAVIA-LINK option. This should resolve the issue of the TV also powering up along with the receiver.

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