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  • Re: Roon

    [quote user="Normann"] One question to the Roon users. I have in my mainlistening area a Moment and some Beolab 18+19. How can I connect and start playing Roon/Qobuz/Tidal on this system? Do I need a kind of DAC connected to the Moment thru the analog input? Today I have Roon on my MacBook Pro, but I am thinking on getting av NUC and a external storage for my local music in the future.. [/quote] Okay, here's something to read: You will need a thing called "Roon Bridge". https
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Thu, Apr 22 2021
  • Re: Roon

    https://roonlabs.com/partners/hifiberry I have a NUC8I7BEH, very happy with the performance. If you want a lot of troubles here, use a Chromecast.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Thu, Apr 22 2021
  • Re: Beosound Balance

    All my Chromecast enabled devices are working fine, my BS2 as well. In my Fritzbox and Asus router settings I have enabled "multicast", also "igmp snooping" and "upnp". Also have changed DNS servers to Google DNS 8.8.8.8 - maybe this helps?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Sat, Mar 13 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    [quote user="HAWK"] Ok, yesterday it did work all day, but today at 18:04 (CET) it stopped working again (despite the new DNS servers in my router). At 19:30 it worked for a few minutes, but now (19:42) it stopped working again. Totally unpredictable behaviour.........I give up and enjoy my Harman Kardon (Citation Towers, great speakers by the way!). [/quote] So for me in Germany all devices from different manufacturers work without problems. For my BS2 mk1, the Chromecast version is still
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Wed, Feb 24 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    [quote user="tiktak"] @Ulrike: I know how to give my products a static IP. But you wrote something about giving an IP outside the routers DHCP range. How is this done? How do I know my routers DHCP range? Can you help clarify? Best regards [/quote] Usually under Network Settings/ Home Network/ IPv4 Settings. In my case the DHCP range is from 20 to 200, this is usually the default setting.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Wed, Feb 24 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    And here is how to reconnect instead of rebooting:
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Wed, Feb 24 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    [quote user="HAWK"] And indeed, around midnight CET it worked again. Rebooting without the GC error and streaming as it should be. So the GC error only in appeared here from 17:37 until max midnight... Maybe a Google server goes down and is rebooted after a few hours when noticed? [/quote] This hypothesis should be easy to verify - I remember that you have other Chromecast built-in speakers from another brand. If it's true, GC shouldn't work with them at this time either?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Mon, Feb 22 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    Have you ever tried to contact Google support? They should be able to answer that. I called them on January 24 and was told that the firmware on the affected devices had apparently expired, that the manufacturer would have to update it, and that all the problems were related to firmware that was no longer up to date. In any case, the number I was called back from is this: 0016504179099 However, it is possible that this is no longer valid and that you have to create a new Google support ticket.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Mon, Feb 22 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    Just an idea to rule out other possible causes: You could try to change the DNS servers in your router settings. Usually found under Network Settings =》DHCP If you use the DNS servers of your internet service provider, it is possible that their DNS servers are overloaded at times, especially in the evenings during peak hours. Doesn't happen that rarely. You could try 8.8.8.8 (Google DNS) And as a second, substitute in case of overload 1.1.1.1 (Cloudflare DNS) Maybe it helps?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Mon, Feb 22 2021
  • Re: Chromecast built-in - working/not working?

    No expert here :) and as far as I found - if your DNS server has the domain name and IP address in its database, it resolves the name itself. If it doesn't have the domain name and IP address in its database, it contacts another DNS server on the internet. It may have to do this multiple times. If it has to contact another DNS server, it caches the lookup results for a limited time so it can quickly resolve subsequent requests to the same domain name. If it has no luck finding the domain name
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Ulrike on Mon, Feb 22 2021
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