Using Squeezplayer to turn on/off Stereo via IR

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  • 1. Juli 2016 at 20:09 #21063

    So I have a good old Soundsystem which has no wireless. So I’m using a Digi+ board to take care of that. Now I would like that if I turn on the player, that a IR signal is generated which turns my Stereo on and vice versa.
    I am just waiting to receive all my parts to build a receiver and transmitter. I do understand how to read out the remote and such and there is a lot of support online for that.

    What I’m not quite sure about is how I get the on/off signal to trigger my IR signal. Yes, der is LIRC, but how can I use it? I don’t know much about scripts and such. Also I read here about the squeezelite options and came across this

    -i [<filename>] Enable lirc remote control support (lirc config file ~/.lircrc used if filename not specified)

    How do I go from there? And my question is, does it lirc remote control go the way I need it to? Or does it just enable me to remote control my squeezlite player?

    6. Juli 2016 at 16:11 #21271

    Hi luke,
    There has been some previous discussion on IR here:
    This might help your endeavour.

    7. Juli 2016 at 19:59 #21302

    Hi Heiner. Thanks for your input.
    It seems like everyone is interested in using a Remote to control the Raspi… but I want to do it the other way around. I have it all up and running with LIRC. I’m just looking for a simple way to trigger this command irsend SEND_ONCE remote key_power when the player gets switched on or off. I think it should be possible… somehow

    9. September 2016 at 14:42 #22953

    Hi Luke, did you make any progress with this?

    10. September 2016 at 6:35 #22963

    Yes I did actually. I’m using a plugin for the squeezebox server. It’s
    Just adapt his „how to“ a bit that you put your command into an script and than run those. Works like a charm for me.

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