The following device list gives informations about some known/tested UPnP devices.
UPnP/DLNA Server (+ builtin clients)
Works fine with this media server.
Works fine with media server and builtin client (The client is not longer present in newer versions?!).
- Windows 7 (Builtin UPnP Server/Media Player 12)
The Windows 7 UPnP functionality is working as media server and renderer. The Media Player 12 has sometimes (different installations?) problems with 'seek'.
Client and server are working properly. But the renderer may have problems to handle uri's created by MediaTomb. The renderer supports gapless playing.
The development of this server (Version 0.660) is in a early stage and some client/browser related features are missed, but the basic function "stream a music file" does work.
The most devices have basic support to act as UPnP server. There are no known problems.
There are no known problems.
- The following software/hardware is referred by users as also good working servers:
Kathrein UFS 922
The UPNP builtin server of that satellite receiver to browse records is simply buggy and near unusable. The UPnP service declaration is invalid and the device will kill itself while browsing through the content of server.
UPnP/DLNA Standalone Clients/Renderer
Microsoft XBox 360
The XBox is acting as a UPnP device, but is not a controllable media client (has not the required services implemented).
- Philips NP1100 (Firmware 188.8.131.52)
A very good controllable UPnP client device, but not always complete stable. Most features supported by eezUPnP are implemented.
- Popcorn Hour A-110
Works with this media client, but the A-110 is a poor client. The renderer declares OGG as supported format, but cannot rellay play it. FLAC can be played, but is not offered as supported format. So FLAC can only be played as local content, where eezUPnP can mask the true format. The NMT 'UPnP AV Server' is working, but have bugs.
- Sony BRAVIA KDL-32EX705
This TV is working for MP3's, not FLAC or OGG. The device is absolute nit-picking in the communication, some JPEG based album art is not shown.
The PS3 is not a controllable media client.
- Cambridge Audio Stream Magic 6
The device is not UPnP compliant, but eezUPnP may work with it.
- ONKYO TX-NR636
Is supporting OGG, MP3, FLAC, but not complete stable and compliant. The device is very sensible for URI format of content to play. This may lead to problems with several UPnP servers. And the device cannot play gapless (also not FLAC).
- Logitech Sqeezebox (Touch, ...)
All the Sqeezebox devices are controllable as renderer via the Logitech Media Server. The used 'Touch' was a little bit sensible for the Seek action, so a profile disabling that for the device is defined. Sometimes the 'Touch' has changed the network address unexpected and comes then unusable.
- The following clients (gadgets) are referred by users as also (good) working renderers:
- Denon S-302, Denon AVR-3312, Denon RCD-N7, Denon AVR-1912
- Fritz!WLAN Repeater (The gadget is basically working, but the Windows version of eezUPnP seems to have problems to play tracks with umlauts in the meta data values; the linux version is working... but why? Both versions are using the same code base!)
- Noxon iRadio
- Philips SLA 5520, Philips NP2500 (there are problems in combination with Twonky server)
- ONKYO TX-NR609
- Raumfeld/Teufel (Server + Speaker)
- Samsung TV UE46D6200, UE32D5500
- Teac WAP-4500, Teac WAP-8500
- Toshiba 37XV733 (works with WAV and MP3, no OGG)
- WD TV (HD) Live
- These clients are referred by users as not supported (not acting as UPnP renderer):
- Android Apps:
UPnPlay is using a invalid service declaration and is not supported by eezUPnP
- BubbleUPnP is simply working.
- Kathrein EXIP414/E
This device seems to be based on the Astra reference platform and similar to Triax TSS 400, Schwaiger MS41IP and Zinwell ZIM-1800. With firmware 0.5.31 the device does not offer any UPnP/DLNA service for streaming; all the functionality (except the device announcement) is realised in another standard outside of UPnP.