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19. Juli 2019 at 7:39 #46409
Only issue I’m still having is getting a bash script to run on max2play to make sure the playlist starts up… is this done via web interface or desktop. I’m trying to put a script that uses telnet to add the wavein to the playlist and play on the receivers so if one turns on late the audio will resume
24. Januar 2019 at 22:39 #44154
- This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by Andy Eustice.
I read the documentation on the DAC+/ADC found they had the following BASH script for install and I was able to get the DAC+/ADC to broadcast live audio in Raspbian (haven’t tried to mess around with my Max2Play install) but I figured I would give that update on this17. Januar 2019 at 21:05 #43862
Currently, I’m using Bluetooth through Squeezeplayer and it’s very unreliable for my application. Basically, I need to use which ever protocol that will auto-play when it is powered on every time, if I’m missing a setting in squeeze then it will work perfectly. I am taking the audio out of a soundboard (currently with a bluetooth dongle and I’m planning on replacing with a line to the ADC) using it to distribute to powered speakers across the network. Is there a different protocol in Max2Play that would work better than squeeze for this application?9. Januar 2019 at 0:50 #43280
This is what I’m looking at right now as well, I have the UCA-222 that was mentioned in the iotsblog posted above. Does anyone know how to get the squeeze server in Max2Play to play the stream from the UCA… Also is it possible to auto run the stream on start up. I would honestly like to move to a HiFiBerry DAC+ ADC (https://www.hifiberry.com/shop/boards/hifiberry-dac-adc/) instead of the USB input in the future23. Dezember 2018 at 21:10 #42936
When you return I have a project I am trying to achieve, from what I see so far max2play will do what I want but want to run by you first, I have purchased license and am toying with it now, but most likely will not achieve on my own so I would like to chat with you when you return.
Thanks and have a great holiday