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    Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Just received my Aurender N100H. (Thanks Mike) When transferring music from my external USB HDD to the N100H HDD it is extremely slow. In 8 hours only 28GB has been transferred. So in my calculations to transfer a little over 3TB of music it will take over a month.

    What gives? Is this normal?
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    It was very slow for me as well. Not that slow however. Are you trying to do all at once? I think they said to do perhaps 100 albums at a time. I would contact Aurender as they were very good at responding to questions although usually the next day. Perhaps due to being in South Korea?
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    I got mine a couple of months ago, and have a gigabit router and Cat 6a wiring in the house, which may or may not be a factor. Maximum theoretical transfer rate on a gigabit setup is 125MB/sec, but in the real world hard drive speed plays a major factor. The Aurender drives are slow by design (less vibration and noise). I recall seeing actual transfers in the neighborhood of 60MB/sec. Your 28GB shoudl take no more than a couple of minutes, and your full 3TB somewhere around 6-7 hours.
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Thanks Jeff!

    I have an email out to Aurender support.
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Quote Originally Posted by Audiophilehi View Post
    Just received my Aurender N100H. (Thanks Mike) When transferring music from my external USB HDD to the N100H HDD it is extremely slow. In 8 hours only 28GB has been transferred. So in my calculations to transfer a little over 3TB of music it will take over a month.

    What gives? Is this normal?
    Are you doing this over network or direct connection?


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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Are you doing this over network or direct connection?


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    Hi Mike,

    It's a direct connection. I have my external USB HDD. connected to the USB port in the back of the N100H
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Quote Originally Posted by Audiophilehi View Post
    Hi Mike,

    It's a direct connection. I have my external USB HDD. connected to the USB port in the back of the N100H
    Has the timer adjusted? Going faster?


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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Paul - I left you a message. Give me a call.


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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Hi Mike,

    Just sent you a PM. I just received a response from Aurender. See below.





    Jesse replied:
    Hello Paul,


    "Thank you for contacting us and for choosing an Aurender music server. One of the engineers checked your unit and everything looks normal, he said the connected disk is USB 2.0 so it will be a little slow, however 28.0GB in 8 hours is abnormally slow. Usually, using the Smart Copy process, this amount of data (3TB) would probably take about a day to transfer to the Aurender.


    Would it be possible for you to send a screenshot of the Copy Status on the App? You can take a screenshot with the iPad as shown at the link: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200289
    The Copy Status can be found as shown on the last image at the following link: http://support.aurender.com/smart-copy-from-usb.html
    Also, would you mind sharing which dealer you purchased the N100H from and which DAC you are using with the unit?"


    Best Regards,


    Jesse
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    Re: Aurender N100H Is In The House - Transferring Music Very Slow

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Paul - I left you a message. Give me a call.


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    Not going any faster. 24 hours now and 83GB transferred.
    Paul



    Speakers: Von Schweikert VR-5 Anniversary MK II Front L/R, LCR-35 Center, VR-1 Rear L/R Sub: JL Audio F113
    Amps: PS Audio BHK Signature 300 Mono, McIntosh MC207 Preamp: PS Audio BHK Signature and Gold Note PH-10 Phono Stage/PSU-10 Power Supply Turntable: VPI HR-X 12.7 TONEARM (2) and SDS
    Cartridges: Ortofon Cadenza Black, Lyra Helikon Mono Digital Source: Oppo UDP-205 DAC: Bryston BDA-3 Music Server: ​Aurender N100H
    SSP: Marantz AV8801 Cables: Wireworld Electra 7 (P) Wireworld Eclipse 7 (I) Wireworld Eclipse 6 and 7 Biwired (S) Wireworld Platinum Starlight 7 (USB) AC Power Regeneration: PS Audio DirectStream P15 Power Plant and Shunyata Denali 6000s V2.

 

 
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