If I've just listened to my local server and now have switched to Rhapsody, does the Radio know the server is no longer needed and let it shut down? Or, how do I manually switch Radio source from server to network? I'd prefer my server to go back to standby if its not needed.
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Thread: How to Switch from SBS to MySB?
2009-11-16, 17:35 #1
How to Switch from SBS to MySB?
2009-11-17, 03:49 #2
You must switch manually.
If Radio is currently on SBS: from Radio go to Settings > Advanced > Networking > "connect to MySB.com"
If SBS is turned off first: from Radio go to Internet Radio or My Apps and MySB.com will be offered
2009-11-17, 05:30 #3
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- Dec 2007
first, I do not have a radio yet, but planning to do so...
So heres the way how it works with my SBClassic.
I just press the left arrow on the remote for about 5 sec, after that it comes directly to the config menue where I can select the connection.
But AFAIK the radio does not come with a remote... so maybe you could emulate this with direct operation.
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2009-11-17, 05:35 #4
2009-11-17, 07:37 #5If Radio is currently on SBS: from Radio go to Settings > Advanced > Networking > "connect to MySB.com"
2009-11-17, 09:49 #6
2009-11-17, 10:54 #7
2009-11-18, 03:11 #8
Apesbrain: Go to your Radio's Settings > Home Menu and select Switch Server.
This will bring your desired functionality to the Home Menu so you won't have to drill all the way through to Networking. You can also use this item to get back to SBS from MySB, same as selecting My Music.
2009-11-18, 05:00 #9
2009-11-18, 06:12 #10Originally Posted by toby10
Originally Posted by pippin