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Re: Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby shoom » Fri Aug 16 2019 23:08

Hi Esandov

For the Dirty side (powering the PI) I'm using a standard PI3 PSU with adaptor.

For the Clean Side a 6V MCRU (Longdog Audio) regulated supply.

No dropouts at all this end.

Is the SSD self powered or on a hub (just to be sure)?

I'm having no problems with the 2.5A PI supply so maybe the SSD is pulling to much power for the PI 4 + SSD.

Just a thought.
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Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby blackride » Mon Aug 19 2019 15:54

Hi guys.
Please tell me. How i can buy display for RPi 4 (volumio with plugin touch display)?
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Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby maziggy » Tue Aug 20 2019 14:55

RPI4 is running since three days without any issue (including Allo Boss and LCD Touchscreen).

Thanks!
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Re: Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby dangermouse » Tue Aug 20 2019 17:47

shoom wrote:Hi All

['ve just installed the experimental build on a 2gb PI 4, Allo Digi1 Signature.

With Virtuoso, Tidal works very well and sounds superb.

One thing for other signature users.

Volumio Restart does not find the Allo card on restart but I think that may be more about the signatures start up requirements (needs the clean side power well in advance of the PI power up). A hard reboot fixes the issue.

The CD payer works nicely but no track info or artwork displays.

Nice work guys.


I do believe the current version of volumio works with the pi4. Your problem will be you have to do a fresh install as the experimental version will not update to the current version.
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Re: Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby shoom » Wed Aug 21 2019 14:21

Ahh

That makes sense.

thanks Keith
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Re: Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby shoom » Wed Aug 21 2019 16:02

Hi Keith

Tried the latest stable image and with CD still no artwork or track details in playback but it otherwise works well as does the volume control.

I also tried nanosound and have full track details and artwork in playback but it's volume control is broken.

I have a Chord 2Qute direct to active speakers so need the volume control.

artwork not a deal breaker.

so no worries.

thanks again
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Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby kenny.chen » Wed Aug 21 2019 16:22

Good job! It works perfectly on my 4G Pi4 board with Hifiberry DAC+!
However, the default size (256M) of overlay partition seems not big enough for installing some plugins. It'd better to resize to 1G at least (it became to 736M after I installed the 7'' touch screen plugin).
Thanks again for all your great work!
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Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby jslateiv » Sun Sep 01 2019 20:08

I've got a Pi 4 (4gb), running with a HiFiBerry Digi+ on the latest Volumio public release, (2.599). Working good, no problem with Spotify.

Only issue is certain radio stations (regardless of radio player,) will give TLS non-properly terminated error message. Radiostation WNCW for example gives this error almost every time.
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Re: Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby Pathaway » Tue Oct 01 2019 19:07

Hi guys. I'm trying to use Volumio's experimental build on RPi4 with Pi2Design PI2AES HAT, but can't make it to work. I tried several different I2S options from the dropdown menu.

With Moode 6.10 it works by selecting the HiFiBerry Digi+ Pro option, but in Volumio it doesn't work. I get an "Failed to open ALSA device" error. It would be nice if you have some suggestions or possibly fix the issue with the PI2AES HAT when you have the time. Thank you.

Here is some additional feedback:
- It works with the Yggdrasil A2 USB Gen5 DAC if connected directly to the RPi4 board through USB.
- The Volumio Wireless Hotspot seems to work fine - I have connected to it using my PC and have browsed the Volumio interface successfully.
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Experimental Volumio Build for Raspberry PI 4

Postby xrischan » Tue Oct 01 2019 19:14

Hi all.
This rpi4 build of volumio has been great. All except for the plugin for Kodi Krypton.
When is loads i just get a black screen.
Is there anything i can change somewhere for it to display at all?

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