Thanks,I think when your installer puts in the newest updates to software, your rear speakers will fire up. Look at the list of fixes
I will double check but he assured me it is up to date - two minutes to find out so I will report back.
My usual setup for audio is -
[Local NAS / Qobuz] >> Meridian 210 >> Audio Note 2.1 sig >> etc
Streaming from Q via Bubbleupnp
Control Point = Linn Kazoo
I set up the Lex via Bubbleupnp and it was seen by Kazoo. Streams from NAS and Qobuz.
I only listened at low volumes as my daughter is on nights, but it was listenable.
I switched to direct.
I found the volume control in Kazoo DID control the Lex's volume.
The Lex is not solid in terms of adding and removing items from the playlist, it stops playing the tracks. If you set up and play a list it appears to be fine.
When I came to switch BACK for film viewing the remote only partially worked. I WAS able to change source, I was UNABLE to change the volume, enter setup, go into standby.
After a while I was able to wake up the volume control, by repeatedly pushing remote buttons - very scientific!
I will play with this some more.
I will be running through some of my usual test pieces later today:
38:08 - 38:58
In this scene the Knight, Bowen, is talking to the Dragon, Draco, who flies around him whilst talking.
Air Force One:
21:14 - 28:54
The plane is taken by the terrorists. In addition to percussive gunfire and associate pyrotechnics you have a squadron of jets flying around your room.
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
01:46 - 07:21
Dreadful film, but a good workout for the system.
First ten minutes.
Great for panning dialogue as Mr Clooney swoops around the Space Shuttle. Real test of system cohesion.