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US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

MichaelSch ·
For some unknown reason my Music Store suddenly turned into a Music Share ...   My equipment is UnityServe SSD + Synology NAS and I have (had) one Music Store and a few Music Shares. There are almost 900 CDs stored in the Music Store.   I...
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

MichaelSch ·
... and I am running latest SW version 1.6d on the US. I am using the web interface since I have a Mac.
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

busaganashi ·
I'm having the same problem. The US does not see the 412+, but my laptop and other computers in the house do, i.e. I can copy files, see the shared folders, etc. Are there any special settings required by the US to see the 412+? I've created new shared folders and have music server running. I've even created a shared folder called Naim Music Store, but nothing worked. I don't think the 412+ sees the US because I don't see it in the UPnP device list. I assume I should see it there. I'm on a...
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

MichaelSch ·
You need to create a shared folder in the 412 - and make sure it has no access restrictions, meaning "guest" shall have read/write priviliges - and no password. You need to create one shared folder for the Music Store - the name can be anything. My share folder is named NaimAudio in the DS412+. My DS412+ has the network name "DiskStation", so in the US you create a "Music Store" by typing the address "\\DiskStation\NaimAudio" in the web-interface. Make sure to keep the user name field clean,...
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

busaganashi ·
Thank you. Going in and manually adding the diskstation did it. Not sure why it doesn't see it automatically. I am now ripping my music.
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

Bart ·
Originally Posted by busaganashi: Thank you. Going in and manually adding the diskstation did it. Not sure why it doesn't see it automatically. I am now ripping my music. Let us know if you have any issues -- plenty of UnitiServe owners here who also have nas's, including me. BTW what pre and power amps are you using now? Did you sell the stuff you had on a'gon a while back?
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

busaganashi ·
Hi, I'm using an Ars Sonum Filarmonia SE tube integrated, Merlin VSM-MMM speakers, Palmer turntable, Superline, Hicap DR and the UnitiServe. For a DAC I'm using a Weiss DAC202. I haven't really been able to listen to it much yet. The analog setup sounds wonderful and that gets most of my listening time. I'm still thinking about an NDS. I might get an NCSE integrated to replace the Ars Sonum, but not sure yet. I had one in the system for awhile and it sounded absolutely beautiful. I had never...
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Re: How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

Bart ·
Originally Posted by busaganashi: Hi, I'm using an Ars Sonum Filarmonia SE tube integrated, Merlin VSM-MMM speakers, Palmer turntable, Superline, Hicap DR and the UnitiServe. For a DAC I'm using a Weiss DAC202. I haven't really been able to listen to it much yet. The analog setup sounds wonderful and that gets most of my listening time. I'm still thinking about an NDS. I might get an NCSE integrated to replace the Ars Sonum, but not sure yet. I had one in the system for awhile and it sounded...
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Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

AudioSavant ·
Does anyone know if there is a way to create a database (i.e. Excel), to list all the CD'S one has on the HDX & or the NAS, either from individual Stores, or Network Shares? It doesn't seem like you can does this in Naim Software package, but maybe someone makes a third party applet. Sort of surprised I haven't seen this topic before. Yes you can search pretty well on the HDX , and it is very easy, and one of the best GUI's around, but I don't see a way to export the basic...
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How to connect UnitiServe SSD to Synology DS412+

MichaelSch ·
I have some problems with my new UnitiServe SSD as it cannot find my Shared Folders in the Synology DS412+ ... how do I make them connect? I installed the MediaServer package in the DS412 and it is running. My SuperUniti finds it perfectly on the...
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Lost downloads share on NS01

Mark Norman ·
My downloads share on my NS01 has just switched itself offline, it is enabled but I cannot get it to come back online, any ideas?
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

badknees51 ·
Or to merge with a database of all my LPs. Maybe if enough people ask for it, Naim can add an "export database" function to the Desktop Client. Any format will do, but preferably XML, artist/album/track data plus metadata.
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Ralf2013 ·
In the Apple world you can use an app that is called cdpedia for a mac and sync your data with the app pocketpedia for idevices. If you use itunes cdpedia detects your albums at your computer. As far as I know you can also import data from a txt or csv file. Greetings Ralf
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Cbr600 ·
Have a look at collectorz.com I have this and it searches your system, inc nas and catalogues your entire music system. I bought this for the very same reason, to have a list of albums. Unfortunately having over 7000 albums, a printed list runs into multiple pages and not that handy when shopping. Ended up using the soft opy list o check what i have. Nevertheless the software does what the OP asks and is worth checking out
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

AudioSavant ·
Glad to see I am not the only one who thinks this is sort of a normal progression of viewing and cataloguing one's list, for posterior sake, and obviously as mentioned above to see what holes are possibly missing. Who knows, you might want to find the 11th. version of Dark Side of The Moon, as you peruse the web for new CD'S while sitting at your desk, supposedly working.
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Lightkeeper ·
Hi, I don't know if it's possible to do that directly from HDX, but good idea is to have your HDX image copied elswhere on some storage like NAS as you mention. If so, there is nothing easier. Any better tagging software consist the funcionality you want. You can export to .xls, .csv, txt and so on from the tags and if you are not sure if your music copy on your HDX is completely tagged or not, you can still export it in .txt file not by tags, but by folder name and be sure that all of your...
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Peter Tompkins ·
I will have a go at this. I would really like to have a text or excel version of a list of my albums to look at offline (for instance to browse through when trying to work out if I already have the album).
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Peter Tompkins ·
Originally Posted by Lightkeeper: Hi, I don't know if it's possible to do that directly from HDX, but good idea is to have your HDX image copied elswhere on some storage like NAS as you mention. If so, there is nothing easier. Any better tagging software consist the funcionality you want. You can export to .xls, .csv, txt and so on from the tags and if you are not sure if your music copy on your HDX is completely tagged or not, you can still export it in .txt file not by tags, but by folder...
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Re: Cataloging ripped CD'S from HDX to an EXCEL database

Cbr600 ·
Originally Posted by AudioSavant: Glad to see I am not the only one who thinks this is sort of a normal progression of viewing and cataloguing one's list, for posterior sake, and obviously as mentioned above to see what holes are possibly missing. Who knows, you might want to find the 11th. version of Dark Side of The Moon, as you peruse the web for new CD'S while sitting at your desk, supposedly working. I'm sure you meant posterity ! Damn autocorrect?
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Re: US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

hungryhalibut ·
I would email Naim and ask them. If necessary Phil can dial into your system and take a look.
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Re: US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

MichaelSch ·
Originally Posted by Hungryhalibut: I would email Naim and ask them. If necessary Phil can dial into your system and take a look. Thank you, I have sent an email to Phil linking to this topic.
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Re: US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

MichaelSch ·
Just a quick follow up ... Had a conversation with Phil and in this particular case it would be safe to switch it back from share to a store. The reason being that it initially was a store which automatically demoted to a share (probably due to temporary network drop-outs) and NO changes were made to the store in the meantime. So the rule still applies - make NO MANUAL CHANGES to the store.
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Re: US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

winkyincanada ·
Shares and Stores. I'm confused (as usual).
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Re: US SSD: Music Store suddenly turned into Music Share - can I switch back?

MichaelSch ·
Originally Posted by winkyincanada: Shares and Stores. I'm confused (as usual). Store is the location to which the US SSD rips all CDs - it is forbidden ground for everyone else than the US SSD. Share is a location where you can put everything else you find out there, mp3, flac, aiff, etc. You can have multiples of both Stores and Shares ... Did it help?
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Re: Lost downloads share on NS01

Mark Norman ·
Hi, Thanks for the replies, I have restarted the NS01 once and it still has the same problem. The Folder does show up in scannable network shares on the Naim desk top tool and on the direct web interface as well.
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Re: Lost downloads share on NS01

David Hendon ·
Restart the NS01? best David
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Re: Lost downloads share on NS01

J Saville ·
Is the 'Downloads' share folder showing up under 'Scannable Network Shares' in DTC or Nserve for Mac?
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Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

Leatherneck ·
I have a new Synology NAS to replace a similar one. I have been trying to create a Network Share and Music Store so I can rip music with my UnitiServe to the new NAS. I’ve been using Naim’s Desktop Client software. The information needed is host name, IP address and share name. No matter how I try to enter this info, it always tells me it’s missing the IP address. I had problems trying to do this with my first NAS but I cannot remember how I did it. I am also running the Desktop Client on my...
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

David Hendon ·
I see no-one has answered this. I think the answer is that you create the music store and the share in the Synology desktop system and then you tell the Unitiserve about it using the Naim Windows desktop client. Hopefully me answering this will awaken some of those experts here who understand this better than me. You could also email (or phone, but I see you aren't in the UK so this may not be a good option) to Naim customer support. If Phil Harris is there, he will be able to tell you...
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

Adam Zielinski ·
Nope - this is done via nServe app (Win or Mac). Once your NAS is on-line and visible to your network computer, if should be able to see the drives from the nServe app. THere will be some commands on the left, like create store or share.
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

Adam Zielinski ·
Bud - I just saw you're on a Mac. I can guide you there (also on a Mac). Just email me directly (email is in my profile) Most important;y you must enable your new drives to be visible and accessible to all types of users (example: guest with full read/write priviledge). I use QNAP but I'd imagine Synology will have something similar.
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

David Hendon ·
There isn't a win version of nserve Adam.
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

Adam Zielinski ·
Dave - I meant the application for a PC or a Mac OS. There is one,- perhaps it's not called nServe but it certainly controls the UnitServe.
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Re: Adding Shares and Stores to Synology NAS

David Hendon ·
It's called the Naim Windows Desktop Client, as I mentioned in my earlier posting.......
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My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
I have been trying to connect a Share on the NAS to the HXD all weekend. It worked before but the HDX has lost the connection. While trying the HDX also lost connection to the Store. I succeeded reconnect. Tried to connect to the Share and some kind of a conflict occurred. Now the HDX has lost both the Share and the Store. The HDX simply can't se them, it doesn't allow me to scan from either Macbook or PC or on the HDX itself. The Synology is connected to my MacBook and works fine. I have...
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Adam Zielinski ·
Is your HDX connected to a LAN network, via a switch? What router is being used? Can you see the NAS and HDX from your nServe app?
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
My HDX is connected via the router from the internet provider. It has worked perfectly untill friday. I can see the HDX from the nServe app. I can't see the NAS from the nServe app and i can't scan for it. Neither from the HDX. It used to work.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Adam Zielinski ·
I suspect something must have changed on your network. New device added, new router? By the way - I recommend adding a switch to your network. A simple unmanaged one will be perfect.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
No nothing new added.I tried adding a switch a couple of weeks ago and the HDX could not se the NAS.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Adam Zielinski ·
That is odd. Generally a switch would simply slot into a network automatically. Is your router running a DHCP? An obvious question perhps: haveypu tried powering down all you network components and re-starting them?
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
Yes that is very odd. I just took the switch out again. Yes I have powered every component. A few times, if being left passive, the HDX goes into some kind of passive mode. It just says wait on the screen.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Simon-in-Suffolk ·
Jesper, perhaps not as odd as it seems. Funny just commented on this on another thread.. Assuming your switch or cables are not faulty, it could be you have been using a cross overcable between your Internet router switchports and your HDX, and that Internet router switch port uses cable sensing technology to adapt to using a cross over cables instead of pass through cables for connections to hosts such as the HDX. However adding the switch and using this same cable, perhaps the switch does...
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
Yes but i took the switch out again 2 weeks ago and the system has been running nicely ever since. The problem with the HDX not seing the Store on the NAs started when i tried to reconnect to the Share on the NAS. The HDX just doesn't see the NAS at all.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Adam Zielinski ·
If I read your post correctly, the problem starter earlier. Question: why did you have to re-connect the share? Did your NAS go off-line suddenly? Have your changed the configuration? Was there a power outage and your HDX went down? I'm sorry for asking all the quesitons, but something 'went wrong'. From my experience things rarely go wrong on their own (assuming of course your HDX decided not to go 'belly up').
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Kacper ·
With my experience; those modems/routers from local internet providers are not good, my advice is: try with the external independent router. If will work, ask your provider if they can switch your modem to the "bridge mode". (TP-LINK, NETGEAR - those brands are recommended) Kacper
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
I appreciate your effort and questions. I done know when the problem with not being just the Share started.I have 4 CDs in the Share and 900 in the Store. When I tried to reconnect the Share it refused. It was marked as off-line even though the NAS was online and the Store also online. I tried several times to reconnect the Share. Sometimes the Store was lost but I managed to reconnect it. The last attempt resulted in the Store was lost and the reconnection impossible. Some kind of conflict...
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Jesper ·
Im pretty surely problems has got nothing to do with the router. My provider is a small fibreoptical outfit and the router/wi-fi is modern and runs on both 50 and 24 Ghz. As a matter of fact it is a TP-Link. The switch I dont use as well. The HDX has once again entered a de facto shut down mode. The screen just says Wait.
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

David Hendon ·
I suggest you go into your Synology setup through the Synology desktop and check that guest access to the share and store is still enabled. I remember once before (a year or so back) when Phil reported that a Synology update had broken guest access. You could also try taking the NAS off line completely and see whether the HDX still does the Waiting thing. best David
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

Simon-in-Suffolk ·
i might be confused from your description - i thought you were saying when your HDX is directly connected with your internet router your HDX worked, but not when you inserted the switch. Have I got that right? If so my previous post applies - if I am wrong ignore it.. S
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Re: My HDX doesn't see my Synology DS 416 server anymore.

David Hendon ·
Simon If you look back at the OP's posts, his problem is nothing to do with a switch (because he isn't using one). The switch came into it because in reply to a suggestion that a switch might help, he remarked that he had tried putting a switch in before the present problem occurred and the HDX then couldn't see his NAS, but could when he took it out again. best David
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