Clearly not, but I’m struggling to justify hi-fi usage, admittedly I have a naff WD NAS.
I buy a lot of digital downloads, but find ripping CDs a chore.
Maintaining an up to date local library on a NAS with backups is again a chore I’d rather not have to deal with but comes with the territory to some extent.
Why am I asking? I can’t actually remember when I last streamed from the NAS.
I use Roon/Audirvana/iTunes and generally stream content I’ve bought.
The biggest hurdle with a NAS to my mind is accurate metadata, and it’s why I’m so p’d off with Roon for dropping Qobuz purchases in My Qobuz as Roon and Audirvana (and presumably others I’ve not tried) simply listed purchased ‘albums’ to play without any nonsense with over-detailed metadata causing numerous entries when viewing a DLNA server’s content. I bought an ‘album’ but when I browse the NAS I see half a dozen artists and works for classical - no, no ,no - fine for the purist perhaps but I just want to sadly play that ‘compilation’ (hateful phrase).