mysqueezebox.com was created for playing internet radio and online services such as Pandora, Napster, Deezer, Spotify, Rhapsody, last.fm, MOG, etc without having the pc on. There is also a service named MP3Tunes that lets you upload your music to their servers, and can then stream it to your Squeezebox via mysqueezebox.com.
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Thread: Connect Squeezebox receiver ?
2011-12-29, 09:38 #21
2011-12-29, 09:50 #22
Not sure where you live but streaming services are quite scarce in much of Europe except UK and Germany. For the full list go to http://www.mysqueezebox.com/appgallery
It also gives you access to a limited amount (2GB) of free music storage "in the cloud" via a service called MP3tunes music locker. Go to
SqueezeBoxes: Two SB Duets (Living room and kitchen)
Server: Synology DS111 (2TB) NAS running LMS 7.7.2
Network: Netgear DG834GT ADSL modem/router, Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH access point
Livingroom: Receiver, Naim 42/110 amp, B&W CM2 speakers
Kitchen: Receiver, Topping TP20 Mk2 Class T amp, B&W 686 speakers
Study: Linn LP12, Naim 72/Hi-cap/Headline.
2011-12-29, 09:57 #23
- Join Date
- Feb 2009
thanks so much guys!
i faced the entire problem misunderstanding the things that i could (and couldn't) do...
thanks aubuti, yes it was to listen the music wireless through a stereo.
I could do that, but the LMS has to stay up, and so, with the iphone app i can control the songs on the server.
ps. I'm italian, sorry for my english if that makes my posts difficoults to understand )
2011-12-29, 10:24 #24