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I have a similar question, so I won’t open another topic, but hook up to this one.
(I am using an iphone6 and streaming via airplay to any each of my three max2play devices works fine (one at a time, though). Works basically for all applications on the iphone that produce sound, including games, the spotify client and the youtube app. Needed to set a „24800:4::“ into the ALSA parameters to make the phone’s video in-sync with the sound).
But how about rendering/pushing via DLNA or alike? I did not succeed in transferring music to the RPi through rendering it from DLNA capable apps running on the iphone. This would be interesting for android OSs.
(edited, as I just discovered an approach from knorke007’s post…
Alternatively, how about Bluetooth? Could I connect using a mobile device and hooking up to M2P/LMS through this channel?)
Least but not least, is it possible somehow to have more than one client playing the (same) airplay stream simultaneously?
Many thanks in advance, Andreas.
- This reply was modified 6 years, 8 months ago by waterdrinkingman. Reason: found entry about bluetooth