I am successfully deploying the SMBv2 protocol on my Synology NAS (DSM 7.0.1-42218) with the Sonos App (version 13.4). Moreover, the NTLMv1 authentication is no longer needed. Here attached is the extract of the DSM File Services SMB Advanced Settings.
Preliminary notes: These instructions have been tested with a Mac mini with macOS version Monterey, an Apple Music library of 25k tracks, a Synology NAS with DSM 7.0.1 and a Sonos Controller for Mac Version 13.4.1. Before starting the process
Sonos devices run on linux kernels. Here are some hidden features explained. Read also the Sonos support pages below: Sonos system requirements Choose between a wireless and wired Sonos setup Troubleshooting Sonos on WiFi Audio troubleshooting articles Connecting Sonos to
a digest of radio stations on my SONOS speakers La Jazz (France Musique) Linn Jazz DR P8 Jazz TSF Jazz Radio Nula RTBF Classic 21 BBC Radio 6 FIP GENERATION SOUL DISCO FUNK Jazz FM Spain WBGO HD2 Jazz FM
Sonos Move is a portable high-end battery-powered smart speaker for outdoor and indoor use. Like other Sonos speakers, it provides a brilliant sound with a deep rich bass. This robust speaker is weatherproof and drop-resistant. Using the Sonos app, it
Apple has removed iTunes on macOS Catalina and replaced the music library part by a Music app. The iTunes ‘backend’ files like the Library.itl file to keep track of play counts, star ratings, and other metadata and a couple of
Synology DSM 7.0.1. settings that do the job for me File Services settings: Minimum SMB protocol: SMB1 + NTLMv1 enabledon a Synology NAS with DSM version 7 you need to set SMBv1 as minimum and turn on the NTLMv1 authentication protocol Login settings:Guest
Four full-range woofers and one tweeter create a crisp and clear dialogue with faithful playback of mid-range vocal frequencies plus deep, rich bass. Five Class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture. One 10/100 Mbps
Sonos One One mid-woofer and one tweeter ensures you’ll hear the faithful playback of mid-range vocal frequencies plus deep, rich bass. Two Class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture. One 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port.
Radio streaming URLs are used by audio streamers and may change over time. Logitech’s Squeezebox and SONOS support the TuneIn app which offers a wide choice of radio stations. MP3 is the most common and most compatible audio format but
SONOS CONNECT:AMP AMPLIFIER Class-D. Rated output 110W RMS (2x55W) 2-port switch (10/100Mbps, auto MDI/MDIX) AUDIO STREAMER supports MP3, WMA Internet radio streams and iTunes libraries (Apple Protected audio files are not supported). For help on radio streams read my post on streaming URLs.