MP3 streaming problems
I have recently bought the 37pfl6606H12 TV and a NAS (Network Attached Storage).
Now I am trying to stream audio from my NAS to my TV and according to me it doesn't
work properly. All the audio files are MP3's, however, the TV doesn't play all of them.
File can't be read or found, is the error I get.
My TV, NAS and Router are DNLA certified, so I don't see any problems here.
Also the name of the file isn't longer than 128 characters..
Does anyone have any ideas/experiences on this?
Thank you in advance.
first you should try some of this Files via USB if they can be played.
Next would be to check what NAS you use and which Kind of Server it is (brand/version).
Thank you for your reply. I had already tested whether the files could been played by my TV.
Using USB this works fine.
What I also have found out is that when I share some MP3's in a separate folder they can be played by the TV. (given that I was only sharing these songs)
Or does it have something to do with the distance TV - Router - Nas?
My NAS is a Seagate Blackarmor 110 2 TB.
in this case i have to assume that this is related to the DLNA Server on the NAS.
The only thing i could say is to get in Contact with Seagate.
Or, try to share this Songs on a Different Server (PC, Twonky/Tversity...)