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Twonky on a Standalone BeoMaster 5

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StUrrock
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StUrrock posted on Sat, Mar 28 2015 3:28 PM

Want to use my BeMaster 5 as a standalone DLNA server for my new Avant, has anyone succeeded in installing Twonky on a BeoMaster5?

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The BeoMaster 5 already have a builtin Twonky DLNA server.

You have to access Settings - > Service  -> Music Server

Works with Music and Pictures, not sure if it handles video.

 

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StUrrock replied on Sun, Mar 29 2015 10:48 AM
northswede:

The BeoMaster 5 already have a builtin Twonky DLNA server.

You have to access Settings - > Service -> Music Server

Works with Music and Pictures, not sure if it handles video.

thanks for the reply but will this only work when the BeoSound 5 is connected?
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Apologies, I haven't thought about the differences of BS5/BM5 combo vs BM5 stand alone.
I don't have my BS5 connected to my TV so I can't help you there :(

 

 

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Apologies, I haven't thought about the differences of BS5/BM5 combo vs BM5 stand alone.
I don't have my BS5 connected to my TV so I can't help you there :(

 

 

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northswede:

Apologies, I haven't thought about the differences of BS5/BM5 combo vs BM5 stand alone. I don't have my BS5 connected to my TV so I can't help you there :(

Thanks for trying

No worries with a bit of Windows XP undercover work the BM5 is now a DLNA server with no BS5 required Big Smile

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