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  1. I have been using Sonos so far but due to lack of HD Res, starting to explore new configs with a Laptop with Win 8 + J River. Also a bit tired of Sonos sound. Music files are in a NAS. This laptop is audio dedicated for streaming and is connected to a amp with usb dac, but i would like to manage my collection from another computer on the same network. Is it ok to store Jriver Library in the NAS in one shared folder so that both PCs may connect to it? One for management and one for streaming? Does this make sense or is there a better way to achieve this goal? Anyone to share their experience on this? Library is medium / large size, around 30 k tracks but still some ripping to do. Both PCs are wired into the network. Thanks guys, TrayZ
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