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Bryston Renderer and OpenHome
17-03-2015, 18:56
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RE: Bryston Renderer and OpenHome
The Bryston documentation claims DLNA/UPnP compatibility (which could mean a number of things), but does not mention OpenHome. That does not surprise me, as, other than Linn (who developed it), not many manufacturers use the OpenHome standard. I believe it is possble to use Bubble UPnP Server to add the OpenHome extensions to the UPnP renderer's capabilities, but I have not done this myself.

What the UPnP compatibility actually provides in terms of features can vary between players. For instance, I would not assume that gapless playback is implemented, and the lack of it can be very irritating with some kinds of music.

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