Bluesound Vault 2i


Dose anyone Know how to remove ripped CDs from the memory 
I ripped the same CD twice and the tracks don't show up as 1-10  and 1-10  it comes out as track 1-1 2-2 3-3
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I have a Vault 2 and I don’t know, but my guess is you have to do it through a PC or Mac with the Vault being on your network. Pretty sure you can’t do it through your phone or an iPad/tablet which is all I use. I’ve only copied one CD twice so I’ll be interested in someone responding how to do this too.
Google is your friend. When I did a search on "Bluesound Vault 2 delete album" it says you have to do it from a computer on the same network. It linked to this article:

https://support1.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/articles/200387457


Tom did you figure how to delete an album or change the name of the album, I still haven't been able to do it, I followed the internet instructions but got nowhere, thanks
I use MediaMonkey to edit/delete music on my Bluesound. You can download a free copy for Windows to try it out, cheap to buy full version. It was a bit of a pain to get it to see/link to the Bluesound, but once I did, it was easy to use and worked great. Hope this helps.

After you have deleted the tracks from the network database, using your PC or Mac, you have to go to the bluesound app and rebuild the index.


To rebuild the index, from the bluesound app:

Help/Diagnostics/Rebuild Index.

To see the progress of the rebuilding: Settings/Music Library - 3rd line “Indexing“ Will show you the progress of the rebuild. 


Does anyone know what kind of optical drive it uses? Just curious that it isn't privided in specs and maybe it doesn't matter....or I shouldn't care given the exceptional value.