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two easy DIY OLED devices

Postby judydudi » Wed Oct 09 2019 15:08

HI,
see here two easy build volumio devices with oled.
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1. DACberry one+ , with smoked one+ case and 1.3 OLED from OSA
(also for DACberry pro+ avaible)
for OLED I use that one: https://github.com/antiprism/vol_oled.
very beautiful black/white display!
2. IQaudio DAC PRO with XLR board and CASE( all from IQaudio), & Nanomesher Hackable Pi Switch Cap.
This nice solution includes an IR and remote control and fits into the case.
just install nanomesher plugin! ready.
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Postby Adrii » Thu Oct 10 2019 07:28

Hi

Thanks for sharing your setups. The vol_oled project moved to mpd_oled some time ago, and I recommend using mpd_oled instead as it is still actively maintained

https://github.com/antiprism/mpd_oled

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Postby judydudi » Thu Oct 10 2019 08:29

Adrii wrote:Hi

Thanks for sharing your setups. The vol_oled project moved to mpd_oled some time ago, and I recommend using mpd_oled instead as it is still actively maintained

https://github.com/antiprism/mpd_oled

Adrian.

Thanks a lot, Adrian

Here is the update:
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Postby Adrii » Thu Oct 10 2019 08:54

That was quick!
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Postby Josh2000 » Thu Oct 10 2019 09:27

Hi Adrian,

With the recent versions of Volumio - i didn't get the spectrum analyzer working.
@Judydudi: It seems it also doesn't work on your setup, right ?


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Postby Adrii » Thu Oct 10 2019 09:36

Hi Josef

Thanks for letting me know. I'll check the current mpd_oled on a fresh install of Volumio, and see what is going on.

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Postby judydudi » Thu Oct 10 2019 09:40

Josh2000 wrote:Hi Adrian,

With the recent versions of Volumio - i didn't get the spectrum analyzer working.
@Judydudi: It seems it also doesn't work on your setup, right ?


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interesting.
i saw a spectrum with https://github.com/antiprism/vol_oled.
but not with https://github.com/antiprism/mpd_oled
both with recent version of volumio.
Thanks josef.
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Postby Adrii » Thu Oct 10 2019 11:22

I wasn't able to reproduce the issue.

I downloaded the latest Volumio and installed it on a Raspberry Pi Zero W, then followed the current mpd_oled install instructions for Volumio. mpd_oled installed correctly, with a working spectrum display.

In which case...

if you are playing through a plugin that does not use MPD, e.g. a Spotify plugin, then the spectrum display won't work if it has been installed with the usual install instructions. For a solution, see: https://github.com/antiprism/mpd_oled/i ... -423255641 (and the reast of that issue).

Otherwise, if you would like to troubleshoot the issue, could you please post the output of

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ls -l /tmp/cava* /tmp/mpd*


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Postby judydudi » Fri Oct 11 2019 07:54

Adrii wrote:I wasn't able to reproduce the issue.
I downloaded the latest Volumio and installed it on a Raspberry Pi Zero W, then followed the current mpd_oled install instructions for Volumio. mpd_oled installed correctly, with a working spectrum display.

Thank you so much Adrian!
you know, the one who can read is in advantage. :)

I did not do this point:
"Force Volumio to regenerate mpd.conf and restart MPD by going to the Web UI PLAYBACK OPTIONS and clicking on the Audio Outputs save button."

Now, everything works fine!
Good work, Adrian.
Thanks again, jens
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Postby Adrii » Fri Oct 11 2019 08:07

Hi jens

Great! Thanks for letting me know.

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