by michelangelo » Fri May 17 2019 10:42
by klausagnoletti » Fri May 17 2019 14:32
by emanuele » Fri May 17 2019 15:40
by 16kHz » Fri May 17 2019 18:07
by tj.liste » Fri May 17 2019 19:28
by hanslangen » Yesterday 08:41
by Jordo81 » Yesterday 09:25
by michelangelo » Yesterday 10:55
Jordo81 wrote:I really like the way you ask for our input.
Qobuz did too and launched new subscriptions for hi-res streaming after my suggestions.
A corporation between Volumio and Qobuz would really have my interest as long as the hi-res streaming will be available without any attachments like discounts on downloads for instance.
It would also be nice to have more of the Qobuz features incorporated like new releases and filtering of music style. So you don’t have to jump between apps.
On the hardware side I would be interested in a Primo sort of audiophile solution without the DAC. Just I2s and USB output.
Keep the good work up and thanks for asking our input!
emanuele wrote:Personally, I am looking forward to seeing the MultiRoom feature with perfect sync. I know that there is the snapcast-volumio-plugin available but I haven't tried it yet.
As a contribution to shaping the future of Volumio, I'd like to mention that organizing "local" demo sessions, with the help of the members of this community, could be a meaningful way to attract new users. For example, I believe that our local Linux User Group would be interested in promoting such an event in our area. What could be of help in organizing such demo sessions, would be having shared materials to present, like slides, recipes for practical sessions, etc. Otherwise, each presenter would have to prepare his/her own materials.
16kHz wrote:All the new features are exciting to read about. But without timely and effective Help ... what's the point? Why pay?
I'm going to ditch Volumio in favor of a much more expensive streaming solution only because of support,
klausagnoletti wrote:I can only speak for myself, but I am eagerliy awaiting synced multiroom before I will start to systematically deploy volumio. In the meantime I will keep paying for myvolumio for supporting development. Also I would like to have support for (multiple) bluetooth sources as input to the entire volumio ecosystem, but that is more secondary.
Thanks for asking for input.
tj.liste wrote:While Volumio is already wonderful, it would be cool to have a plug-in for Deezer.
Thanks for the good work.
hanslangen wrote:The missing of the synced multiroom feature is the main reason I am not using volumio anymore. If in addition to multiroom a good old turntable could be used to stream my records into the system, I would be back immediately.
Good luck with your work!
by Josh2000 » Yesterday 11:09
by Nessuno » Yesterday 13:28