It’s wasy enough to sign up to vTuner, but I find that if you search the iRadio input the station you want is nearly always there. Sometimes it’s a case of going to the station website, finding their geographical location and using that to navigate the iRadio input.
Failing that you just need to sign into vTuner with your email address and the MAC address of your streamer.
Thanks for getting back.
The station I am trying to find has changed it’s location and web address.
Naim and Roon can find the station (Timewarp Ireland) but it won’t play because the station has changed its address. I contacted them and told me it takes about four months for Naim and vTuner to catch up.r
into a text file and rename the file “1-timewarp.m3u”
Then copy it into the folder where your other m3u playlists are.
Go to Playlists and you should be good to play (sorry no logo but Artist/Track data should appear).
Should tide you over until it gets sorted in VTuner.
P.S. when i tested it from AssetUPnP a couple of minutes ago it was playing Eric Clapton - Layla.
I am sure @Stevesky will get it fixed - usually in a few days.
was the address I got from their website (the mp3/192 stream).
I used http (which usually works on most sites) as AssetUPnP has a bug and presently does not accept https on playlists - they are aware and currently fixing it.