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  1. #781
    Join Date: Feb 2013

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    Yep, I should do that but maybe I'll ask Andre (Audiohwr) before. He is the designer / representative of the Piano2.1...

    I checked on Torsten Jeakel's RPI DAC which uses the PCM5102 chip. It can be stacked into a double mono configuration. So maybe there is a possibility to do the same with the Piano2.1 but merely by reconfiguring the SW... (hopefully ;-) as there are already 2 chips on the board.

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    rupert

  2. #782
    Join Date: Feb 2012

    Location: Estonia

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    I'm ahto.

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    hello

    I've tried this over at Computeraudiophile.com, but perhaps someone here can point me in the right direction. I've got Moode up and running (Macbook Air -> ethernet cable -> Rasperry Pi 3 B -> power amp speakers). the test files play nicely. I'd like to stream Tidal, but can't find any guides for this. I've enabled all the Airplay options & set up a BubbleUpnp server, where Moode is a renderer, but the Tidal app still channels sound into laptop speakers.

    I'd be very grateful for any pointers

    ahto
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  3. #783
    Join Date: Jun 2014

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    I have used Tidal via airplay/moode in the pass, I think I just clicked on the Tidal audio icon on the ipad and selected moode airplay, might be different using a web browser on the mac air. You should just need airplay switched on in moode, that's how I use it with Deezer.

  4. #784
    Join Date: Feb 2012

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    thanks, fixed it -- the answer seems to be Kazoo.

    on which note, is there anything else that can control Tidal?
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  5. #785
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    Quote Originally Posted by eksiil View Post
    hello

    I've tried this over at Computeraudiophile.com, but perhaps someone here can point me in the right direction. I've got Moode up and running (Macbook Air -> ethernet cable -> Rasperry Pi 3 B -> power amp speakers). the test files play nicely. I'd like to stream Tidal, but can't find any guides for this. I've enabled all the Airplay options & set up a BubbleUpnp server, where Moode is a renderer, but the Tidal app still channels sound into laptop speakers.

    I'd be very grateful for any pointers

    ahto
    Hi,

    On a Mac just click the volume icon and it should list all the Airplay targets. Select "Moode Airplay" and audio from the app should be routed to Moode Airplay instead of Internal Speakers. AFAIK no need to install anything additional on Raspberry Pi.

    -Tim

  6. #786
    Join Date: Feb 2012

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    I'm Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eksiil View Post
    thanks, fixed it -- the answer seems to be Kazoo.

    on which note, is there anything else that can control Tidal?
    Well, you could go down the Roon road? That way you'd have both local music and Tidal available in the same, splendid sounding way.
    Nuthing wrong with moOde, but Roon is the most mature user interface so far.
    Cheers!

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