What kind of device are you using as a DLNA control point? If an Android one, take a look at BubbleUPnP, which interfaces with Qobuz (and Tidal) to send it to a DLNA renderer such as the PSA Bridge.
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Yes, I tried BubbleUPnP and Mconnect on my android phone and google tablet, and Audirvana on a laptop. At times it looked like Bubble and Audirvana was working and it looked like music was trying to play. I saw movement of the 'play' bar but it always stopped after a few seconds and I never got audio. The Quobuz website says you can play Quobuz with DLNA on Audirvana, but it did not work for me.
There is an app known as Mconnnect Control. Paul recommended it to me and it works with Qobuz, Tidal and Spotify. It can be installed on an iPad or iPhone. It recognizes the Bridge II and lets you stream at all available sampling frequencies. Searching is less sophisticated than Roon or others, but it works well. Note that there are several versions, One is called Connect Player and the other I Connect Player Light (which is free). Do not use those. Use only the Mconnect Control. I use it frequently when I want to stream to the Bridge II directly.
A pity that BubbleUPnP isn't working for you. Your phone and tablet are on the same network as the PS Audio unit? And the PS Audio shows up as a renderer in Bubble?
I've been using it with Qobuz for quite a while now -- sending the audio to my DLNA/UPnP/OpenHome system -- and I've not had trouble with that setup.
If you try it again, Bubble runs a Google Group where you might get tech support.
I hope you get it sorted out!
Hey guys, thanks for your comments.
I did read that mconnect and BubbleUPnP works on IOS, but I don't own any IOS devices. All my devices are connected to the same network, and the dac shows on Bubble and mconnect on my android devices as PS Audio DirectStream, and on Auidirvana on Google Chrome, but I was never able to play for more than a few seconds and never with audio.