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  1. Being a Licenced Amateur Radio Operator myself, (not active for some years now) what you say is so, but it’s fair to also say perfectly legitimate clean radio signals can find their way into domestic equipment, designed or not, to pick up radio signals, but due to measures being inadequate or absent in the design to reject unwanted signals suffer interference. Licenced Radio Amateurs receive education while studying for Licence examinations and engage in further learning in these matters, and will usually want to be helpful to eliminate the issue, so that both can enjoy their pursuits.
  2. Radio receivers do not cause radio interference. If it is a commercial or unauthorised entertainment type radio station then it might result from a relatively nearby station increasing transmission power or commencing transmission in your general area. Sometimes changes in cabling (lengths) might make your system more or less susceptible due to the cables acting as an antenna. Snap on ferrites on cables may inhibit the unwanted interference travelling on cable screens. Has your neighbour erected any new or perhaps unusual antenna other than would be common for pickup of the usual radio station
  3. I installed Firmware 13.4 on my UI Mini this morning following Peter’s post saying it included the beta mentioned above, otherwise it held nothing for me. Not using Leedh I was not expecting much change, if any, but there was. My perception is that there is a marked overall increase in clarity, dynamics and resolution. I am still evaluating as it was so marked I was shaken out of the previous sound of the system, which was, how shall I say, more ‘cuddly’, but enjoyed. It would be nice to be able to revert to the previous Firmware, if desired, though having switched off the system and come b
  4. @thingswelikeproblem solved thank you! I was using the Tunein password not my username. 👏👍
  5. @CebollaThanks very much for your help. When doing a google earlier I came across a post in 2019 about what you referenced, but now as you pointed me too it has come into effect. I am in Ireland. Perhaps we have been grouped with UK. Still though I used Tunein from a Node2i this morning. See also my post above.
  6. @vrdsp0thanks for reply. I did already have various stations in my Tunein Library (see below screen shot). I’m sure I used to be able to see them in Lumin app. Maybe I am mixing with my Node2i in the other system. Because I was getting “bad Tunein login” in Lumin app I reset the Tunein password and used that new one in the Lumin app, but still the same message and of course no stations appeared, although Lumin app indicates I am logged in. Perhaps it is related to Cebolla’s post above, though I used Tunein this morning via BluOS Node2i. I am located in Ireland.
  7. Tunein Radio stations are missing in Lumin app despite being signed in, but all seems normal when Tunein accessed in browser. Help appreciated. Thanks.
  8. But not on the floor like many 👍👏
  9. I have been an audiophile since the 1970’s, starting of with a Philips system and moving fairly quickly to Linn Sondek, Naim pre/power 250 and Gale speakers. The gear was sold to buy Ham Radio gear in the early 1980’s, but returned again to hi-fi. The current system details are below in the signature. Latest acquisition are the Aperion Ribbon Super Tweeters.
  10. You are correct. I think I had a wrong expectation for the track to appear in favourites. It does appear in tracks, which did not occur to me. 🙄
  11. @wklieYes that all works, but as I do often, like to listen to a few tracks of an album in the search results before deciding to add an album to favourites and without having to return to the main search view, what I am finding is that the ‘add to favourites’ option in the top left icon does not fully work. What does happen is that the icon for the album selected appears in favourites in the Qobuz app, but no amount of refreshes works to bring that album into Lumin app favourites. What only works at that stage is to open the album from favourites in the Qobuz app and tick the ‘heart’ option to
  12. I think this is the last in the series about this issue. I also find that say after a search of an artist that if an album in the search is put into favourites in the Lumin app it goes into favourites in the app and also into Qobuz with the heart ticked pink in Qobuz as expected. It seems only that the top left corner album icon does not fully communicate with Qobuz.
  13. Just made a discovery re above post. Yes the icons appear in Qobuz favourites, but when I clicked on all of them from this morning to reveal the tracks the heart icon, which confirms the album is a favourite, was not illuminated pink. I then clicked on the heart icon for each album illuminating it, and those favourites appeared in the Lumin app. Immediately.
  14. When I play an album from Qobuz and decide to add it to my favourites in the Lumin app, by click/holding the album icon top left it does not appear in favourites in the app, but does appear in Qobuz favourites. Help appreciated.
  15. @The Computer AudiophileThanks Chris. I had a look at your suggestion, but it seemed all to 'developer' oriented for me. On the other hand I have improved the readability by zooming the page.
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