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Melco Audiophile NAS
25-07-2023, 21:22
Post: #751
RE: Melco Audiophile NAS
It sounds like the problem is related to the JPLAY app. Have you reported this to the JPLAY developers?
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25-07-2023, 22:37
Post: #752
RE: Melco Audiophile NAS
(25-07-2023 21:22)simoncn Wrote:  It sounds like the problem is related to the JPLAY app. Have you reported this to the JPLAY developers?

Yes, it is related Jplay app of course.
But what I am asking is that the Tidal icon showing on Melco screen is, nothing described on manual and no info whatsoever....
Jplay also said, firstly, find out what this icon means.
I am lost....
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26-07-2023, 01:59 (This post was last modified: 26-07-2023 08:28 by stephenpark.)
Post: #753
RE: Melco Audiophile NAS
I just remember that it seems this problem starts just after I install MinimStreamer...
I will uninstall it and try again. vTuner is not properly working anyway so radio station is not in use.
However is "Tidal" icon is something else... I can't find any info regarding this icon from anywhere....
I asked Melco support and see what answer will come...


EDIT:
MinimStreamer is nothing to do with this problem.. with or without it, same problem persist...
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01-08-2023, 08:57 (This post was last modified: 01-08-2023 09:00 by maikeru.)
Post: #754
RE: Melco Audiophile NAS
Hello all - not sure if this is the best place to post this Q so please move it if so - but I was wondering if anyone had either (1) compared the new Melco N1 to, say, the N100 and/or has listened to the new Lumin Music L2 Music Library.

I currently use a Japan-only N1A model (DELA branded rather than Melco) that has a 2TB SSD. I believe this SSD option was only offered in the Japan market.

I am pretty floored by the N100. But I am running out of space and, to my knowledge, simply upgrading the SSD is not possible.
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01-08-2023, 09:19
Post: #755
RE: Melco Audiophile NAS
(01-08-2023 08:57)maikeru Wrote:  Hello all - not sure if this is the best place to post this Q so please move it if so - but I was wondering if anyone had either (1) compared the new Melco N1 to, say, the N100 and/or has listened to the new Lumin Music L2 Music Library.

I currently use a Japan-only N100 model (DELA branded rather than Melco) that has a 2TB SSD. I believe this SSD option was only offered in the Japan market.

I am pretty floored by the N100. But I am running out of space and, to my knowledge, simply upgrading the SSD is not possible.

I use N1 with 4TB SSD x 2. Total 8TB. My library took 4.8TB total, so it is oversized, but who knows if this is not enough.
Upgrade 3TB HDD x 2 to 4TB SSD is not a big beal, only 4TB SSD cost was big deal Wink and new 2.5" SSD is impossible to use current 3.5" bracket, was another problem. Melco is (on my knowledge) capable of maximum 8TB dual storage with/without use RAID format. I don't know N100 but I am sure it is same N1(actually old N1A/2EX has exactly same case as N100's).
Lumin, on the other hand, I never have, but listened couple days by loan from friend, is not that impressive compared Melco. I did test Aurender too, but for me, Melco was the one that I can love. Using minimserver and mConnect(not Melco HD app, it is mConnect's OEM version with vTuner feature included, but not versatile like mConnect HD, it only connect to Melco, not possible to connect other DLNA controller nor player), it has superb performance and musical ability.
But always said, everything is for your ear... do not take this opinion seriously if you are looking for new streamer or network player.
Satisfaction is most important factor when looking for new device especially hi-fi music lovers.
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