I have a ReadyNAS NV+ attached to a Helios X5000 via a wired network. I can play mp3 & WAV files stored on the media share of the NAS, but I can't play FLAC files.
I don't intend to have a PC running on the network.
After not being able to play FLAC files with no PC on the network, I tried to use NeoLink to access the files on the NAS via a PC connected to the network. I still could not play FLAC files (but could play mp3 & WAV files).
In addition, I tried a TwonkyVision add-in on the NAS - again I could play mp3s, but not FLAC. I have the latest RAIDiator running on the NV+.
I am able to play the FLAC files from the NAS with Windows Media Player (v10) on the PC (via Windows Explorer - not a media streamer).
The FLAC files play on the X5000 from a burnt disc.
Also, Using NeoLink 1.3 I can play the FLAC file on my PC's hard disc through the X5000.
The router I'm using is a Netgear WPN824v2 (and I have made sure that uPnP is turned on in its admin pages). The X5000 & ReadyNAS NV+ are connected to it via CAT-5 cable.
Services I have enabled on the ReadyNAS NV+ are uPnP AV and Home Media Streaming Server, and the TwonkyVision add-in.
Does anyone have any ideas?