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Thread: Basic question re ASSET UPNP and iphone

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    Basic question re ASSET UPNP and iphone

    Hello
    I have just purchased Asset UPnP for IOS.
    I may be much mistaken, but my hope was that I would be able to install this on my iphone to enable me to remotely play music stored on NAS through my Network Audio Player (ie my iphone would simply control which music was played, it would not act as the player itself).

    Is this possible, or have I misunderstood the software?

    Many thanks

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    Re: Basic question re ASSET UPNP and iphone

    Asset is the server which runs on the NAS, not the control point or player which runs on the iPhones.

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    Re: Basic question re ASSET UPNP and iphone

    Thank you - although I am afraid my understanding is still at a fairly basic level.
    Currently my NAS (Buffalo Linkstation) contains FLAC files created (very successfully) using DBPoweramp. I then access these files via a Pioneer N-50A network music player which is controlled remotely from an iphone using a Pioneer app. However, the app does not seem to allow the creation of playlists, which is something I would like to do. Otherwise it all performs fine. Possibly incorrectly, I gained the impression that Asset would help me create playlists. Is Asset something that is likely to be of use in my setup? If so, how do I install it to the NAS, and should I install the windows version (which is what my networked PC uses) or the IOS version?

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    Re: Basic question re ASSET UPNP and iphone

    I do not think asset is for you, it does not fulfil your requirements, please personal mail your order number for a refund.

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