Roku is at again. Blames Onkyo

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Re: Roku is at again. Blames Onkyo

Post  dowop on Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:20 am



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Onkyo issue
by roku5 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:55 pm

gonzotek wrote:
philsoft wrote:
I don't doubt that, but it doesn't mean that the Mod has the kind of juice with Onkyo that we are being led to believe either.
Err, what juice would that be? I don't see where that person has made any inappropriate or over-reaching statements.

Hi, "gonzotek"

Actually, there was over-reaching statement (by Onkyo-Forum mod) on Oct 17th .
I think that’s what "philsoft" was referring to.

That statement came just before Oct 25th the dead line that “d6500k” gave Onkyo “fix it" or "else”. at that time, the statement pointed the issue at roku unit.

viewtopic.php?f=28&t=49584&hilit=Search%E2%80%A6&start=75#p356394
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... y-809#8531
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... y-809#8628


After showing some facts (with Onkyo_TX-NR609 & Samsung TV combination - here) pointing the issue at Onkyo (TX-NR609) unit,
Onkyo mod posted this,

“…..We will not say its an issue with Roku- but we would like to resolve this with Roku….”
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... nkyo#10258


Draw your own conclusion
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Re: Roku is at again. Blames Onkyo

Post  OnkyoUSA on Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:03 pm

dowop wrote:

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Onkyo issue
by roku5 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:55 pm

gonzotek wrote:
philsoft wrote:
I don't doubt that, but it doesn't mean that the Mod has the kind of juice with Onkyo that we are being led to believe either.
Err, what juice would that be? I don't see where that person has made any inappropriate or over-reaching statements.

Hi, "gonzotek"

Actually, there was over-reaching statement (by Onkyo-Forum mod) on Oct 17th .
I think that’s what "philsoft" was referring to.

That statement came just before Oct 25th the dead line that “d6500k” gave Onkyo “fix it" or "else”. at that time, the statement pointed the issue at roku unit.

viewtopic.php?f=28&t=49584&hilit=Search%E2%80%A6&start=75#p356394
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... y-809#8531
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... y-809#8628


After showing some facts (with Onkyo_TX-NR609 & Samsung TV combination - here) pointing the issue at Onkyo (TX-NR609) unit,
Onkyo mod posted this,

“…..We will not say its an issue with Roku- but we would like to resolve this with Roku….”
http://onkyoproductsupport.forumotion.c ... nkyo#10258


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Since you are not privigged to read the PM from RokuShawnS; I can still going to keep this diginified. This is why instead of pointing fingers- as this issue is NOT unique to only Onkyo products- we had to wait over a month for simple correspondence.

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