The clock on one of my two Soundbridge 1000s just died, and along with it the sleep timer. I got a display saying "trying to set clock" and it gave up after a couple of minutes. Any suggestions for reactivating the clock?
This behaviour indicates that the time server (NTP server) your SoundBridge tries to contact doesn't answer. In fact it looks as though Roku's default server (time.rokulabs.com) isn't working properly, as I get errors when trying to query it.
To resolve this you can tell the SoundBridge to use a different NTP server:
a) Open the configuration page of the Soundbridge's web interface with your browser, the address is http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/SoundBridgeConfig.html
(where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of your Soundbridge).
b) Scroll down until you reach the section "Time Zone & Network Time".
c) Change the entry in "Network Time Server" to "pool.ntp.org" (without the quotation marks).
d) Click the button "Update Time Zone and Time Server".
e) Restart your SoundBridge; it should then retrieve the correct time information.