I do not think so as the Internet radio feature was not something we want to promote and was never a feature we thought was appropriate for the BDP1. I think customers are much better off using a dedicated Internet radio device if internet radio listening is something that is important to them.
Hi James: Of course it is up to Bryston to decide what functionality it wants to give the BDP-1, but, as a BDP-1 customer, with respect, I cannot agree that I am better off using other devices for Internet radio. Indeed, I have used alternatives. But The BDP-1 is central to my main system, and as such, what goes through it is the best way for me to get to my music sources, which include my music files and Internet radio stations. And as such it does a wonderful job of handling these stations. I'm sure it is becoming central to other users as well.
As you will recall I was skeptical about the flexibility of the BDP-1, but to your credit, in particular, despite your initial design goals, you arranged, through firmware updates, and apparently with the urging of customers, to make the BDP-1 more usable and more adaptable. I hope that you will, as always, continue to listen to us customers, and, if it is technically possible and economically feasible, to make, for their sake, improvements to the BDP-1's Internet radio functionality.