Cambridge Audio Sonata NP30 (Black) Streaming Audio Services

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Sonata NP30 (Black)

24-bit Network Music Player plays music from your computer, networked hard drives, and the Internet - compatible with 24-bit/96 kHz high-res audio files,free downloadable Stream Magic app lets you use your iPhone, iPad, or Android device as a music controller

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KattenFrederik   Audio Enthusiast [Jun 30, 2013]

Well... I'm not the type of guy writing reviews normally, but i feel I have to warn against this expensive (in Denmark) piece of equipment.

Will not comment much on sound, it's okay (even fine for some bitrates af mps/AAC). Problem is getting sound out of this box... Remote application for iPad/iPhone is a joke, sooo slow, frequently crashing, I then tried remote application for Android on a Nexus 7. Even worse, app crashes 9 out 10 times after launch - when it launches, it cause the NP-30 to crash!

It drops connection to my NAS drive, both on a wireless connection, and on a wired connection.

Used in stand-alone mode (reason I bought this player), you can set it up with a volume control. Bought the BT-100 Bluetooth adaptor also. Nearly blew my amp/speaker. Reason? BT-100 volume does not follow master volume!!

This is really a piece of crap equipment! I have never been more unhappy with a puchase before. Have been hoping for software updates for half a year.

Best thing to say about this player: It connects well to streaming radio, so will use it for this only.

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