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    Whats about InternetRadio-Stations which use OGG-Vorbis ?

    They are also useless? Or only ogg-Files at Homeserver ?

    Which format will used by Internet-Radio in Future ?

    mp3 . aacplus, OGG ???

    I want to use the 3700 for the next 5-10 Years....
    Last edited by Alex1971; 08-03-2012 at 07:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1971 View Post
    Whats about InternetRadio-Stations which use OGG-Vorbis ?

    They are also useless? Or only ogg-Files at Homeserver ?

    Which format will used by Internet-Radio in Future ?

    mp3 . AAC, OGG ???

    I want to use the 3700 for the next 5-10 Years....
    usually for the internet radio, they support more than 1 format. so seldom use the OGG solely.
    have you found any radio internet that cannot be played?

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    For me the main question is:

    What is the role of OGG in the future?

    I have no OGG Files at Home they are all mp3 or FLAC (some gapless).

    BUT i want to be able to hear all GOOD Radio-Stations in Future.
    (e.g. Spotify uses OGG-Vorbis and mp3....but whats the Future ?)

    When the Internet-Radio-Future is mp3 and aac / eAAC+
    AND philips don't kill the next format in future Firmwares.....
    then its all OK...
    Last edited by Alex1971; 08-03-2012 at 07:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1971 View Post
    For me the main question is:

    What is the role of OGG in the future?

    I have no OGG Files at Home they are all mp3 or FLAC (some gapless).

    BUT i want to be able to hear all GOOD Radio-Stations in Future.
    (e.g. Spotify uses OGG-Vorbis and mp3....but whats the Future ?)

    When the Internet-Radio-Future is mp3 and aac / eAAC+
    AND philips don't kill the next format in future Firmwares.....
    then its all OK...
    To my guess, there will be less and less internet radio using OGG.
    If I were the developers I will not use this uncommon file type either.

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    Rather strange that Philips does not say why OGG had to be removed.

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    OK. Software V3.17S is installed.

    BUGS ??

    @Philips:

    How to change Accuwaether city in Standby ? Ist the wrong city (80km away) i can't change it !

    How i can fix it e.g. to "Bonn" ??

    without an individual setting this Accuweather-Standby feature is absolut useless !

    Spotify:

    Why is "Spotify Unlimited" (4,99 Euro) not enough to use with NP 3700 ??
    Only because of the right to use "Multiroom" ??
    Multiroom for 4,99 Extra per month is very expensive.....

    Spotify PREMIUM (9,99 Euro) costs 100% more....
    Last edited by Alex1971; 08-07-2012 at 05:08 AM. Reason: Update

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    read in the germany forum that it is a known issue. but this takes like 3 month to resolve it

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