Regarding comments on importing music and editing metadata, if you do an import from a UnitiServe/HDX store then the music will be imported into the Uniti Core "Store" folder and you will be able to edit the metadata using the Naim app. If the source of imported music does not look like it originated from a Naim product then the music goes to the download folder. If you want to edit metadata in the Downloads folder use one of many third party editors to edit the tags, the Core will pick up the metadata changes automatically.
@TJ I Created a Music Store on my NAS and it then decided to copy the internal Music Store to the new Music Store. I then switched back to the internal Music Store and when I started an import of a network share it copied the contents to both putting the HD tracks of the download folder in both the internal Music Store and the NAS Copy! I think I then powered it off over night and it seem to behave better apart from not ripping. I then reverted to the NAS Music Store as I wanted to be able to return the demo Core as I received it.
I got the ripping going with a new Music Store for my music rather than use the previous one with the music I did not own, and that was reasonably ok and it managed some classical music. Mostly I found CD covers an issue rather than not finding the metadata, but I found it hard to find them as well probably because there were too many reissues and getting the title right helps.
Now to the above point so you understand the timeline. After ripping I decided as a test to add a smallish share to the same Music Store. I’ve shown the structure below
The ripped music is in the Music folder rather than the Download folder. It all came from a UnitiServe Music Store held on the NAS. Obviously I want to be able to edit the metadata with the Core if I am to prefer the Core over the UnitiServe SSD I also have on loan. The imported music was ripped a year ago when I loaded another UnitiServe. I gave up after discovering the first release of the Core managed the metadata.
Hope this helps fix a bug or two. Happy New Year!