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Originally Posted by Krutsch View Post
 

 

I have an HTC One (M7) and use Remote for iTunes (Google Play Store).  Works WAAAYYY better than the Apple remote app on iOS - no kidding, it's more responsive and doesn't disconnect you from the remote iTunes when the screen goes to sleep, which is really annoying with the Apple version.

 

Just be aware that this only works for Audirvana in iTunes integration mode, but this combination is my most used digital source and it's very robust with my headless Mac Mini.


Thanks. I'll be sure to get that app.

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Originally Posted by reiserFS View Post

Not being able to drag 'n drop your files into the library totally kills A+ 2.0 for me.
That's exactly why I haven't upgraded to A+ 2.0 yet. I drag-n-drop stuff on A+ 1.5 all the time since it makes it easy to create on-the-fly playlists.
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:blink: No drag-n-drop...in 2015 2014? I was just fixin' to upgrade to v2.0

 

Been satisfied with the current version but would love the new library management and interface.

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

That's exactly why I haven't upgraded to A+ 2.0 yet. I drag-n-drop stuff on A+ 1.5 all the time since it makes it easy to create on-the-fly playlists.
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blink.gif  No drag-n-drop...in 2015 2014? I was just fixin' to upgrade to v2.0

Been satisfied with the current version but would love the new library management and interface.
I here you guys. I purchased Audirvana 2.0 today and I can't get it to add my license file for the full version. But when I heard my FLAC recordings of Diane Krall I had to sit back and remember that I'm getting it for the sound of the music and not for the ease of operation.
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@bpcans  thumbsup.gif

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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

@bpcans
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Thanks Silent One. Like my girlfriend I needed some validation. $80 for music player software that my MacBook Pro, though obviously not of the same quality, already has would seem really crazy to anybody not into this hobby.
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Is anyone using Clementine music player? Been sick of iTunes. Need to try something different

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