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08-21-2012, 04:54 PM
It's maybe then a network connectivity issue. Try rebooting both the iPad and the Router and also updating the latter's firmware.
I think osxx is referring to settings on your TV and related AV equipment.
The audio return channel setting basically enables you to send audio from your TV to an AV Receiver over HDMI without a separate cable. We don't know how you are connected, for instance my ATV is just plugged into my AV receiver via HDMI.
Consumer electronic control tends to be manufacturer specific whereby one OEM remote effectively controls all that manufacturer's devices (up to ten in a set-up) through HDMI (on my Samsung TV it's called Anynet + and I have it turned off)
Playback control I'm not really familiar with, but it I think it is a way of controlling playback of a video compact disc through an interactive menu which I would imagine is probably steam-powered technology now. I would in any case do as osxx suggests and disable these settings on your TV and other equipment and see what happens as a separate test aside from doing the reboots.
Edit I don't have an iPad but do these have sleep settings which may disconnect from a network?
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