Alfred Jacobs

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    Alfred Jacobs commented  · 

    First, Thank you for the wonderful remote for MediaMonkey, it works perfectly !!! 5 Stars+++

    There is a work around for this problem.

    Run a uPnP/DNLA Renderer on your phone and connect to your Speakers etc via Bluetooth.

    I run 'Neutron' [Music Player +++] on my Android Phone which gives me the sound quality I require for playback & it is able to receive the output of MediaMonkey, as a DLNA Renderer, and forward onto whichever Bluetooth Speakers/HiFi I choose.

    It works really well and I can fallback to directly playing tracks etc via 'Neutron' if I have to.
    [This means the playing Stats are not updated, which is why I play from MediaMonkey to my phone via 'Neutron' instead :) ]

    The MediaMonkey remote is the perfect solution to 'driving' MediaMonkey from a distance.

    The MediaMonkey Android App can do this BUT is totally unstable when connected via DLNA & Bluetooth at the same time and works 3 times out of 10 attempts.

    If you are not interested in the collection of stats in MediaMonkey then 'Neutron' will work fine connecting via DLNA directly to MediaMonkey.

    Gentle Warning:
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    Neutron has a very quirky UI BUT this is the only downside as the sound output and the degree you can customise the output is huge !!! :)

    BTW: Not affiliated with Neutron BUT just think the output is very very good and worth the effort to learn how to use the app.

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