[quote=oligo]You want to configure your own internet radio stations on your Net-Tune receiver ? I think I have a program you will be interested in.
A few month ago, I was asking myself "how could I use my own radio presets in my Onkyo receiver...". I did not found any software or trick on internet. So I decided to begin a small project: I developped a proxy that intercepts requests made to Xiva and send back the station I configured
And as it seems there's people interested here, I made some more tests and
write the manual (it's so long to write this small piece of doc).
Hi to everyone, I have followed your thread for a while and found it very very informative and then finally last week the good news.
Yes yes yes I am excited, thank you so much for that piece of software.
Finally the NR-801 is not just a piece of furniture. I can now finally listen to all my favourite radio stations, even if some only come accros with 32 or 40kbps, that is still better than nothing or plugging the laptop into the receiver.
The Nettune runs on a XP Pro laptop
Yes and with the Firmware update to 2.00.03, WMA files can be played as well and it finds radio stations that didn´t work yesterday.
Yesterday I tried the NetTune proxy without the firmware update. Most of the stations couldn´t be tuned. Then I tried the Firmware update, didn´t work in the first place, I had the Nettune Central Integrated running, stopped the server, still wouldn´t run. I had to kill some of the background processes first.
Then the update ran through in 15 min et voila all my favourite stations come through streaming as MP3 and WMA.
Currently the Nettune proxy runs on a XP Pro laptop, but the whole home network runs on SuSE Linux, so I am now trying to run the Nettune proxy server on Java on Linux. Hope it works.
Once again thank you so much. Keep the good work up