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  • 10. June 2017 at 16:21 #29489

    I just burned Max2Play on a SD card and started it up.

    I couldn’t set any settings for Max2Play, I guess I have to control Max2Play with a browser on my iPad or something. But I also couldn’t change my WIFI settings in Debian, so I can’t connect to my local network with the Pi.

    Also, I’m wondering what I exactly get if I use the free version of M2P. Can I make and edit playlist? Use Mixcloud or SoundCloud? SomaFM?

    10. June 2017 at 16:54 #29490

    Hi

    activate WPS on your WIFI-Router an then boot the Pi

    12. June 2017 at 12:48 #29509

    Hi Taxicletter,

    You can ocntrol everything from any browser in your network, just type “max2play/” in the URL.

    You can use the full scope of the Squeezebox system. Therein, a lot of plugins for multiroom audio use are included. Radio is no problem as are creating playlists and editing them.

    A quick search gave me a possible solution for soundCloud, but he have not tested it yet: https://github.com/danielvijge/SqueezeCloud

    12. June 2017 at 19:57 #29527

    Hi

    Soundcloud aka Squeezecloud can installed directly in SBS. There is an entry in “Plugins” for Squeezecloud

    The best way to browse your usic on SBS with iPhone ist the App “iPeng”: http://penguinlovesmusic.de/?lang=en

    14. June 2017 at 16:21 #29539

    OK thanks. For now, I’m trying RuneAudio. Later I’ll check other players, like Volumio and Max2Play.

    20. June 2017 at 14:06 #29652

    Hi Taxcletter,

    Rune and Volumio are both more singular solutions. Our Audio-Setup revolves around the Squeezebox system with a central server and as many players as desired.

    Looking forward to your thoughts!

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