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    First day with SB Boom... Help!

    I've just received my new SB Boom, bought from Amazon for $273 with free 3-day shipping.
    First impression was exceptional great audio (compared to my other portable audio devices). However, it is not so convenient, portable-wise, as Sony VGF-WA1, and somehow it's too difficult to set-up than SB Duet. I was able to get Internet radio streamings through SqueezeNetwork (from my ReadyNas NV+), but still unable to access my music folders on this NAS which were accessible from my SB Duet. In Music Library, there are only 2 options: MP3tunes Music Locker and My Rhapsody. Am I missing something? How can I get to my music folders on the ReadyNas NV+? TIA.

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    First day with SB Boom... Help!

    On Sep 15, 2008, at 8:40 PM, d60pdp wrote:

    >
    > I've just received my new SB Boom, bought from Amazon for $273 with
    > free
    > 3-day shipping.
    > First impression was exceptional great audio (compared to my other
    > portable audio devices). However, it is not so convenient,
    > portable-wise, as Sony VGF-WA1, and somehow it's too difficult to
    > set-up than SB Duet. I was able to get Internet radio streamings
    > through SqueezeNetwork (from my ReadyNas NV+), but still unable to
    > access my music folders on this NAS which were accessible from my SB
    > Duet. In Music Library, there are only 2 options: MP3tunes Music
    > Locker
    > and My Rhapsody. Am I missing something? How can I get to my music
    > folders on the ReadyNas NV+? TIA.


    If you see that menu you are connected to SqueezeNetwork, not your
    ReadyNAS. Hold left to disconnect, then choose your server from the
    list.

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    First day with SB Boom... Help!

    Also, you must upgrade to squeezecenter 7.2.

    On 9/15/08, Andy Grundman <andy (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote:
    >
    > On Sep 15, 2008, at 8:40 PM, d60pdp wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> I've just received my new SB Boom, bought from Amazon for $273 with
    >> free
    >> 3-day shipping.
    >> First impression was exceptional great audio (compared to my other
    >> portable audio devices). However, it is not so convenient,
    >> portable-wise, as Sony VGF-WA1, and somehow it's too difficult to
    >> set-up than SB Duet. I was able to get Internet radio streamings
    >> through SqueezeNetwork (from my ReadyNas NV+), but still unable to
    >> access my music folders on this NAS which were accessible from my SB
    >> Duet. In Music Library, there are only 2 options: MP3tunes Music
    >> Locker
    >> and My Rhapsody. Am I missing something? How can I get to my music
    >> folders on the ReadyNas NV+? TIA.

    >
    > If you see that menu you are connected to SqueezeNetwork, not your
    > ReadyNAS. Hold left to disconnect, then choose your server from the
    > list.
    >

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    Thanks for your prompt replies.
    Quote Originally Posted by ccrome2 View Post
    Also, you must upgrade to squeezecenter 7.2.
    I did.
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Grundman
    If you see that menu you are connected to SqueezeNetwork, not your ReadyNAS. Hold left to disconnect, then choose your server from the list.
    I did. It went through 5/6 steps:
    Squeezebox Setup (6 of 6)
    Connect to NAS1 (192.168.1.4)
    Press <Right>, "Connecting ..." appears, then "SqueezeCenter needs to upgrade, Left to go back ....
    It's strange since SqueezeCenter was already upgraded to 7.2. By the way, this Boom does not appear as an option in Choose Player of SqueezeCenter, but it does in SqueezeNetwork!
    What am I supposed to do next?

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    First day with SB Boom... Help!

    On Sep 15, 2008, at 10:11 PM, d60pdp wrote:

    >
    > Thanks for your prompt replies.
    > ccrome2;340753 Wrote:
    >> Also, you must upgrade to squeezecenter 7.2.

    > I did.
    > Andy Grundman Wrote:
    >> If you see that menu you are connected to SqueezeNetwork, not your
    >> ReadyNAS. Hold left to disconnect, then choose your server from the
    >> list.

    > I did. It went through 5/6 steps:
    > Squeezebox Setup (6 of 6)
    > Connect to NAS1 (192.168.1.4)
    > Press <Right>, "Connecting ..." appears, then "SqueezeCenter needs to
    > upgrade, Left to go back ....
    > It's strange since SqueezeCenter was already upgraded to 7.2. By the
    > way, this Boom does not appear as an option in Choose Player of
    > SqueezeCenter, but it does in SqueezeNetwork!
    > What am I supposed to do next?


    Are you sure you are running 7.2? Did you install our official build?

    http://downloads.slimdevices.com/Squ...Center_7.2.bin

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    Yes. There was an announcement at the bottom of SqueezeCenter about the availability of 7.2 and I clicked on it to upgrade.
    It shows:

    SqueezeCenter Version: 7.2 - 22900 @ Tue Aug 26 11:27:23 PDT 2008 - Windows Vista - EN - cp1252

    (Squeezecenter/Settings/Status/Squeezecenter)

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    Windows Vista? You said you were connecting to your ReadyNAS. I think you may need to shut off the SC running on your ReadyNAS and make sure you're connecting to the SC on your Windows box.

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    I upgraded my ReadyNas to the latest firmware 4.1.3 which included SqueezeCenter 7.2 and now everything works as it should. Thanks for all your helps.

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