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    Working in Ireland also. Another appalling episode of Logitech customer care. I wouldn't be without my sbt but Logitech are such a disappoint

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    Austria fine, but it was horror... no radiostation in house. last week i brought all "oldfashion" radios to carritative, and this week no radio...

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    Well this outage finally made me resurrect my SBS (LMS whatever they renamed it to this week) which has been out of action for maybe nearly a year, and managed to connect my brand new SB radio to it without entering any MSB details. Now it has no clue what MSB is - no option in any menu to change the library to MSB!

    Now... perhaps that is a good thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tin View Post
    Well this outage finally made me resurrect my SBS (LMS whatever they renamed it to this week) which has been out of action for maybe nearly a year, and managed to connect my brand new SB radio to it without entering any MSB details. Now it has no clue what MSB is - no option in any menu to change the library to MSB!

    Now... perhaps that is a good thing?
    LMS webGUI > settings > mysqueezebox.com tab
    Then enter your mysb.com credentials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tin View Post
    ..... Now it has no clue what MSB is - no option in any menu to change the library to MSB!...
    Correct. No MySB account needed to use the Internet Radio menu's.
    Radio > Settings > Advanced > Network > Switch to MySB.com will switch player from LMS to MySB.com

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    In Spain -or at least in my case- MySB.com worked again for several hours, but this morning died again. Still dead at 18:30. I'm seriously thinking of getting a Mondo and obviously stop buying any Logitech products. This absolute disregard for their customers is outrageous.

    And the fact that not even MY ALARMS work without MySB.com is just ridiculous. For the last three days I've had to use my wristwatch alarm to wake up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vedlos View Post
    In Spain -or at least in my case- MySB.com worked again for several hours, but this morning died again. Still dead at 18:30. I'm seriously thinking of getting a Mondo and obviously stop buying any Logitech products. This absolute disregard for their customers is outrageous.

    And the fact that not even MY ALARMS work without MySB.com is just ridiculous. For the last three days I've had to use my wristwatch alarm to wake up!
    No problems here in Valencia ...

    If you're talking about the Revo Mondo - don't waste your money!

    And what's wrong with a mechanical alarm clock? These devices are media players NOT clocks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by castalla View Post
    No problems here in Valencia ...
    Now it seems to be working, but until now it couldn't connect to MySB.com.

    If you're talking about the Revo Mondo - don't waste your money!
    No, I'm thinking about a Grace Digital Mondo Internet Radio, it's similar to SB Radio but it doesn't seem to depend on a single unreliable server, therefore I guess it doesn't turn into a useless piece of junk when said server is dead for several days.

    And what's wrong with a mechanical alarm clock? These devices are media players NOT clocks!!!
    I don't have any problem with old alarm clocks, I just like to wake up to Internet radio stations (if you live in Spain you probably know why). Actually that's the main reason I bought an Internet radio player. If there is anything wrong with using a media player as an alarm clock, please let me know. I wouldn't want to bother anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vedlos View Post
    Now it seems to be working, but until now it couldn't connect to MySB.com.



    No, I'm thinking about a Grace Digital Mondo Internet Radio, it's similar to SB Radio but it doesn't seem to depend on a single unreliable server, therefore I guess it doesn't turn into a useless piece of junk when said server is dead for several days.



    I don't have any problem with old alarm clocks, I just like to wake up to Internet radio stations (if you live in Spain you probably know why). Actually that's the main reason I bought an Internet radio player. If there is anything wrong with using a media player as an alarm clock, please let me know. I wouldn't want to bother anyone.
    http://grace.reciva.com/

    Seems familiar to me ,wonder how reciva service is regarding reliability ?
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