Comments on: SqueezePlug on Max2Play announcement Mediacenter für ODROID Mini-PC Thu, 11 Feb 2016 17:20:14 +0000 hourly 1 By: Chris Frost Thu, 11 Feb 2016 17:20:14 +0000 Thanks! Now on 7.9.

Maybe you could show the update option on the webpage?



By: Heiner Thu, 11 Feb 2016 12:00:08 +0000 Hi Chris,
You can install a different version when the Server is stopped. Make sure the URL source for the download looks like this:

By: Chris Frost Thu, 11 Feb 2016 10:06:02 +0000 Hi

I really appreciate this program thanks.

I’m using a Raspberry Pi Model B. Sorry if this is obvious, but is it possible to update Squeezebox Server through the Max2Play web interface once it’s installed?

I ask because when I tried to download the nightly 7.9 build in the installation process, it actually downloaded the stable 7.8 build instead.



By: Jimmy Fri, 22 Jan 2016 14:15:23 +0000 Thanks Stefan for the answer, I will give a try to check that.
I will let you know if I can do something great!


By: flysurfer Fri, 22 Jan 2016 10:22:33 +0000 Hi Jimmy,
streaming synchronized audio to other network players should be possible using the Waveinput Plugin ( for the squeezebox server. With this, you may use a line-in-recording on the device where your squeezebox server is running (this might also be a Raspberry with Max2Play) and stream this input to other players (e.g. Squeezelite on Max2Play or other Squeezeboxes).
I tried this some time ago and it was working with some delay. Currently there is no easy install button in Max2Play to get this up and running – but you may follow the information on the wiki-link and give it a try. The key is to choose the right input device in the configuration of the waveinput plugin in your squeezebox server.

If you get it to work, please share your experience.

All the Best,

By: Jimmy Thu, 21 Jan 2016 22:51:38 +0000 Hi Klaas and Flysurfer,
I am also interresting in hearing the sound of Kodi into the other devices running M2P. Not specifically the surround, but just the sound thru the network to my multiroom system.
I have some Raspberry pi 2 with Amp+.

I have a second question. Is there a way to stream any sound from a device (mp3 player, turn table, …analog source) using a raspberry via a sound card with a line-in and connected to the M2P devices thru the network. For exemple, having music from a CD player, as a server, to the M2P multi-room system.

Thanks for the possible solutions…

Best regards,

By: flysurfer Mon, 18 Jan 2016 16:35:11 +0000 Hi Klaas,
thanks for your comment. You may run Kodi and Squeezelite at the same time, when you choose different output devices for the audio on each player and activate the “use USB-Soundcard” in the advanced squeezelite settings. With this setting kodi will not shutdown squeezelite and shairport once it starts. If you have configured a DAC or a USB-Soundcard as output device for squeezelite and use HDMI with Kodi (output sound on HDMI), both players can run at the same time.

Some background info: as Kodi captures the sounddevice it is not possible to run different players with the same audiodevice at the same time. The default solution that enables/disables squeezelite and shairport depending on the status of kodi is a workaround that works for most people, as it is quite easy to start/stop kodi with the web interface.

Streaming the Kodi Audio-Output to the network to get surround sound won’t work as the stream of 5.1 or dolby digital/dts is encoded and needs to be decoded by your receiver. You must use HDMI or an other digital output (USB-Soundcard / HifiBerry Digi) to get surround sound.

By: Klaas Mon, 18 Jan 2016 03:09:56 +0000 Hello Stefan & Thomas,
Your advertising is somewhat misleading: it would really be nice if you could provide a version where kodi could indeed coexist with squeeze player /airport and gmrenderer. In the current version of m2p you can only run one or the other. That in my opinion is not coexistence but are rather alternative options. Furthermore would it be nice to have kodi sound output via HDMI AND DAC / usb sound card, etc. simultaneously. As a next addition would it great to be able to stream Kodi sound to other devices via network, to allow surround sound when watching a movie for example.

Best regards, Klaas

By: Heiner Tue, 22 Dec 2015 11:13:33 +0000 Hi Mark,
We have not yet heard of such problems with our images. Could you tell us which Raspberry Pi you are using and what output you get before the system hangs?

By: Mark Hula Mon, 21 Dec 2015 18:03:22 +0000 Hey!

I can’t even get the thing to boot :-(
I download the img file then burn to SD – no problem. When the pi boots with the SD card in it kernel panic’s and hangs. No idea what could be wrong. trying the hifiberry img. Desperate for any help!