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Multiroom "conflict"

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Kasse
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Kasse posted on Thu, Apr 16 2020 6:56 PM

I bought a Beoplay M5 today for my office. I hooked a turntable up to it, and can now stream records to the other speakers in my home, which is brilliant. 

 

However...

 

I have a Beoplay A9 Mk. 2 and a Beosound Stage as well. All three speakers are connected to the same network. 

 

When I play something on the M5 and want to extend it to the A9, that works fine. If I want to extend it to the Stage it says "Could not expand the experience" (translated from danish "kunne ikke udvide oplevelsen"), and then the Stage goes red in the Multiroom overview. When playing something on the A9, the Stage can join. When playing something on the Stage, only the A9 shows up in the Multiroom overview - the M5 is missing.

 

What am I doing wrong here?

 

I´ve contacted B&O support, but with all the knowledge in here that might be faster :)

BeoPlay A9 Mk. II "Special Edition" - "Smoked Oak" 

Beosound Stage "Contrast Collection" - Anthracite

Beoplay M5 - Black

Beomaster 7000 + Beocord 7000 + Beogram 7000 MMC1/2 + Beogram CD7000 + Beolink 7000 + Beolab 8000

Beocenter 9500 + Beolink 1000

AUX Expander "Custom Mod" (built-in Bluetooth streaming)

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Kasse
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Kasse replied on Fri, Apr 17 2020 1:50 PM

I will report back, how it acts up tomorrow :)

Sounds like an update is needed for the Stage though, based on your experience.

BeoPlay A9 Mk. II "Special Edition" - "Smoked Oak" 

Beosound Stage "Contrast Collection" - Anthracite

Beoplay M5 - Black

Beomaster 7000 + Beocord 7000 + Beogram 7000 MMC1/2 + Beogram CD7000 + Beolink 7000 + Beolab 8000

Beocenter 9500 + Beolink 1000

AUX Expander "Custom Mod" (built-in Bluetooth streaming)

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