Raspberry 3 with bluetooth plugin

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  • 7. June 2017 at 1:56 #29314

    Hi

    I’ve got a brand new Rpi 3 and I try max2play on it.

    It’s max2play version 2.43

    I installed Squeezelite, Logitech Media Server and bluetooth plugin. I reboot after each install / configuration.

    I’ve successfully connect my phone (oneplus 3) to my Rpi 3.

    But after that nothing work great :

    – with pulseaudio, sound is slower than normal with 1 seconde delay.
    – with Logitech Media Server, sound is sometime slower, sometime faster with 6/7 secondes delay.

    Is it possible to correct this ? I understand that there is some delay with BT but the sound output is not normal :/

    Thank for your help.

    8. June 2017 at 12:09 #29381

    Hi Hydro,

    Unfortunately, the Bluetooth technology varies heavily between different devices and chips. Thus, we cannot easily determine what exactly causes your issues.

    However, what you try to do is minimize the interference of other signals in your vicinity and turn of your Pi’s WiFi module (remove the tick for WiFi interface in WiFi/LAN menu).

    8. June 2017 at 14:48 #29421

    Ok thank for your help.

    Do you know an Android app to send YouTube sound to airplay ?

    It works ok with an iPhone but I don’t achieve to use airplay on Android.

    9. June 2017 at 11:43 #29443

    Hi Hydro

    i think it would be better to install the Youtube plugin for your Squeezebox Server. You need to create a Youtube API in your Google-Account.

    Saves your phone battery and doesn´t need a bluetooth connection.

    9. June 2017 at 13:07 #29453

    Yes but it’s not practical to launch video from phone :/

    15. June 2017 at 18:36 #29541

    Hi Hydro,

    Have you tried a DLNA solution? As the LMS turns your Squeezelite DLNA-compatible, this might be another option.

    15. June 2017 at 20:34 #29553

    I could retry but from my previous test I can’t play YouTube sound 🙁

    20. June 2017 at 14:07 #29653

    Hi Hydro,

    But the Renderer shows up in your device and can be selected?

    20. June 2017 at 15:02 #29660

    I will retry and post the result.

    Do you know an Android app to play YouTube video via upnp?

    Thank for your help.

    5. July 2017 at 13:49 #29812

    Hi Hydro,
    Our DLNA solutions are for audio only. Youtube is tricky, but there are few workarounds that should work with DLNA. A “stream-what-you-hear”-App should do the trick. You can find many of those in the app stores, just make sure it supports DLNA. We will refrain from recommending one, as we have not had the time to test it ourselves. But please let us know what your experiences have been so far.

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