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is this the latest version? there are an update couple months ago.
Yes I know. Done that many times. All firmware & software is the most current.
It's the app.
Re: my last post over there, it worked for a short while never again,
I've seen that suggestion before.
I'm on a Mac so Foobar is out, but I'm sure there is a Mac program that can do the same. Just can't think of any at the moment.
I discovered just a few days after I got my PWD Mk2 back from being upgraded 3 months ago, that the eLyric App for iPhone was subsequently updated and it quit working. I only got to use the Mk2 upgrade for a couple of days before the app update broke it.
The eLyric 2.1 or 2.1.1 iPhone app crashes immediately after it loads - it started with version 2.1, while 2.09 was okay. I always save the old versions of apps, and re-installed 2.0.9 and it still works last time I checked.
Is POS Audio still not working on a fixed app?
I am using two servers for my music - Twonky Server on the iMac, and a LaCie NAS with a uPNP/DLNA server built-in. The iMac has 100% of my music, and the NAS has a copy of my favorites (about 1/2 my music library). I beta tested the eLyric server but it wasn't being upgraded quickly enough in the early days and I moved on. Having to re-boot to get changes to take effect wasn't reasonable.
I have been using eLyric Apps to select which server (LaCie or Twonky) and which target DAC (PWD) to use, and then choose my music to listen to with eLyric App.
I don't have a clue where jRiver would come into this, but I suspect it would replace Twonky Server on the iMac, right? That doesn't solve the issue of wanting to listen to music on the PWD that sits on the LaCie NAS, in times that the iMac is not available, or does it?
Why do you guys say that eLyric is dead, when it's integral to the proper use of an over $4,000 DAC and Bridge? There was an implied contract there to supply the software to use with it.