Wow, just when I finally get a NetGear ReadyNAS working as my music server as of 6 months ago, and have made good progress on re-ripping my 1200+ CD collection to FLAC, I read here that the SBT is disco'd.
It makes me sad that Logitech ever bought Slimserver. I hope mine works for a long time, and I wish they'd spin it off to some third party.
Nevertheless, I do have a couple of questions--I've searched this thread and don't see them answered, would appreciate it if somebody could help.
1. What is the best resolution/size for displaying album art?
2. If I have fixed volume set to 100, how does ReplayGain work on tagged tracks? I assume that turning it on overrides fixed volume, but how? Does it only bring up lo-volume tracks, or does it also decrease loud ones?
*EDIT* The great thing about my SBT --and the dedicated remote for my older Duet -- is the display of album art, track info, etc. (In addition to sound quality and functionality, that is.) As a dedicated cheapskate, I have steadfastly refused getting any kind of smartphone or tablet computer. However, for Christmas I got my wife a Google Nexus 7. With the OrangeSqueeze app installed, the Duet remote immediately became redundant. With other options like DLNA-certified receivers and other apps, it's easy to see why the Squeezebox devices are obsolete. I mean that from a market-based perspective. I love my SBT and will use it until it dies, but everybody I know including those who don't have a pot to you-know-what in have a smart phone. There just aren't enough buyers of SBT to keep it going.Edited by Goes to 11 - 3/6/13 at 10:14am