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Use an ASUSTOR NAS and USB DAC to build your own music center. In addition to support for playback of a variety of music formats including, but not limited to mp3, wav, ogg and aiff. ASUSTOR devices are able to broadcast high-resolution DSD and lossless audio files through other applications for increased audio quality.
Building a music center on your NAS is easy. When you already have thousands of songs, choose a NAS with an HDMI port. A wide variety of ASUSTOR NAS devices running Intel processors have HDMI. Connect your NAS with HDMI or a USB DAC to an audio amplifier, high-quality speakers and other output devices for an even better audio experience. Head to App Central to download both first and third party music players and start playing music today.

SoundsGood

SoundsGood is ASUSTOR’s web music player for ASUSTOR NAS devices. Set source folders of the music library and categorize music by artist, album, folder, and recent additions. SoundsGood provides ID3 editing and data can be edited without editing software. Multiple people can use SoundsGood to listen to their own playlists that are separated from other users. SoundsGood is also able to select different sound output devices, including, but not limited to HDMI and USB DACs. Use AiMusic with SoundsGood to share and stream music from SoundsGood to your phone anytime and anywhere. SoundsGood supports mp3, wav, ogg, and local music playback supports mp3, wav, ogg, AIFF, FLAC and other formats.

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SoundsGood’s front page provides an intuitive interface for music playback.

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Support ID3 editing

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Choosing a playback device

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AiMusic can stream music from a NAS to a phone or tablet, both at and away from home.

Roon Server

Roon Server has always been highly popular among audio enthusiasts, mainly because it can connect to various music sharing servers and playback devices. Roon Server provides an easy-to-use interface and also supports lossless music formats. Build a large amount of storage space to manage all audio and video files. An ASUSTOR NAS is also compatible with high-speed SSDs to make enjoyment of multimedia a smoother experience.

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Using Roon Server with apps for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android, you can stream music stored on the NAS to Sonos, AirPlay, Squeezebox and Roon Ready devices.

iTunes Server

iTunes Server is an application provided by ASUSTOR. It mainly provides the ability to stream stored to iTunes on a computer. Choose any audio output device connected to the NAS to play music. iTunes Server can also pair with a phone using iTunes Remote to remotely play music on an iOS device.

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Log in to ADM and open the iTunes server. At the same time, open the remote control app on the phone or tablet, click Settings and Add iTunes.

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After the iTunes server detects the phone or tablet, tap enter authentication code to complete the pairing.

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Turn your phone or tablet into a remote control.

Hi-Res Player

Hi-Res Player is a music player developed by third-party developers. In addition to supporting common music formats; DSD, lossless formats and internet radio are also supported. DSD files can be many times the size of regular music files and work well with an ASUSTOR NAS’s high-capacity capabilities. Since most NAS devices only provide storage and cannot directly save DSD file sent through a DAC, Hi-Res Player does not have these restrictions and is able to save DSD files to exceed the dual needs of audio enthusiasts that include storage and playback. Third party apps for phones and tablets like MPoD can remotely control NAS music playback making music consumption more convenient than ever.

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Hi-Res Player and its features

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Files can be queued the database on the left side of the player in a shared folder, Drag and drop songs for playback.

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MPoD can play music, even remotely.

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MPoD connection mode turning a phone or tablet into a remote control to play music from the NAS.