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4 October 2015 at 0 h 17 min #8710
Hi, this looks like a great piece of software I would love to use with Sonos, but even if I add the HTTP Live Radio Station, it stops providing a “track is not encoded correctly” error.
I tried all format settings and MP3 PCM/L16
Any insights or help with this is greatly appreciated.9 October 2015 at 10 h 03 min #9020
1. Download “Stream What You Hear” (http://www.streamwhatyouhear.com/)
2. Go to your Sonos app on your PC and go to “Manage” –> “Add Radio Station…”
3. Right click on your SWYH icon in the task bar and go to “Tools” -> “HTTP Live Streaming”
4. Copy paste your streaming URL and enter the desired name and play!9 October 2015 at 14 h 42 min #9034
Unfortunately, though your instructions are quite simple, and the program appears to be so simply intentionally, its just not working.
Unable to play “Radio Station Name” – the track is not encoded correctly.22 October 2015 at 8 h 52 min #9755
I have same issue…..
have tryed both stream settings (mp3 / pcm) same error.
Unable to play “Radio Station Name” – the track is not encoded correctly
I’m Running newest sonos firmware/software, newest SWYH and it rus on Windows 10 64 Bit21 November 2015 at 9 h 21 min #11707
I’m having the same issue. This should just be a feature of sonos. Going to return it today. I should have to jump through hoops to play sound from my computer.30 November 2015 at 4 h 25 min #11711
I have the exact same problem as above. I have win 10 64bit and Sonos Controller for PC ver 6.0 Build 31322220.
It just blows me away that Sonos would not want to be able to advertise that they can do this. If there is an opensource project that can perform this functionality maybe Sonos should get with them and work something out.
Can anyone from Streamwhatyouhear themselves possibly be able to assist us??17 December 2015 at 9 h 18 min #11723
Hello to the community
I started using SWYH three days ago and was able to feed my Sonos boxes. Two days ago, my Windows 10 underwent a major update and now I can’t connect to the stream server any more. Final message after a long timeout, whilest writing: “establishing connection” is: “connection to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8080 impossible.”
My firewall is out of doubt, switched it off for the tests.
In certain cases I also saw the message of wrong encoding.
Am I alone with this? Help would be appreciated, as I don’t have knowledge of any similar product.
Michael18 December 2015 at 19 h 03 min #11724
To me it’s the same… I have done all instructions to get it started… I doesn’t want to start!18 December 2015 at 19 h 07 min #11725
By the way… wenn I start the link on my girlfriends notebook in Chrome it works.
So the connection link can’t be wrong or something26 December 2015 at 11 h 44 min #11732
same error for me on a Windows 7 system with updated Sonos software.