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17. April 2018 at 9:24 #35209
Is it possible to implement Max2Play on a separate hardware other than RPi? I have succeeded with the solution that I proposed in this thread but RPi seems to be the bottleneck in the solution as there are too many buffers and too many layers to go through. This leaves me with a 30sec delay from playback to the actual audio being fed out.16. April 2018 at 4:21 #35196
Yup it is quite a weird setup. But what I want to achieve from this is to create something similar to a „AirPlay Broadcast“, where I send a single AirPlay stream from my source and pump it out to multiple speakers, sort of like a multi room solution. I’ll try my luck at the slim devices forum. Thanks13. April 2018 at 11:30 #35160
I understand that the AirPlay Bridge will solve my LMS > AirPlay speakers issue. Now I just need to resolve the issue of M2P sending the AirPlay data into LMS.
Edit: I can get the AirPlay data into LMS but it can only be played via the RPi sound card. I am just unsure on how to feed it out to AirPlay Bridge
13. April 2018 at 10:34 #35157
- This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by BenMation.
I have tried using this plugin. Might be my inexperience, but is there any method that I can pipe my AirPlay audio to M2P and then use this plugin to pipe it out. Currently while trying, I am only able to achieve local audio from my RPi to be sent out via AirPlay. I want something like this; MacBook > RPi > 3 Speakers (all via AirPlay).