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20. November 2016 at 12:43 #24028
Can someone pleae help me, with a step by step guide, to setup at M2P stand alone audio player.
Normaly I got it hooked up to my router via WiFI and a HDD connected to my router with all my music. What i want is that I can take the player to a friend so we can listen to it and compare our players.
What I’m looking for is:
1. A player that don’t need a WiFi network. It should have it’s own netvork that I can find with my cellphone.
2. I want to add some music files to my SD-card.
My knowledge about linux is very low:)
I have tried to find how to put Music files on my SD-card, but with no luck.
I have expanded my SD card.
My setup is:
IQAudio PI-DAC+ with rotary encoder
TPA3116 Class-D 2.0 Stereo Amplifier Board [50W+50W] with huge modifications according to this:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/diyaudio … oards.html
Ipeng 9 app
Thaks in advance
Bjarne23. November 2016 at 17:20 #24136
Regarding your request for a standalone Pi to access without a WiFi network; that is the purpose of our Access Point Plugin. I made an Instructable on how to set up the plugin: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Mobile-Media-Center-with-Smartphone-C/
On how to add music to your setup, the path you selected in your Squeezebox Server setup is the path where your music should be stored. You can add music to it manually, via a mounted path or by making it accessible through a SambaShare. Here is a video on our Filesystem/Mount plugin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5B1GVJJGG43. Dezember 2016 at 23:43 #24530
Thanks –I’ll try that:)
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