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  1. #231
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Do the LMS control buttons on the pCP Web page work properly?
    Yes, they do.

    Thanks for looking into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Do the LMS control buttons on the pCP Web page work properly?
    Mine don't, btw.
    Living room: piCorePlayer, with USB to Marantz PM7005, TDL RTL3 speakers.
    Dining room: SB Boom.
    Kitchen: SB Radio 1/4 with battery.
    Bedroom 1: SB Radio 2/4 no battery, SB Radio 3/4 with battery.
    Bedroom 2: SB Touch, AE 2.1. speakers.
    Bedroom 3: Slim Devices SB3 2/2, Edirol MA-15D powered monitors.
    Bathroom: SB Radio 4/4, white, with (and running on) battery.
    Server: LMS v7.9.2 on piCorePlayer on RPi 3.

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    HDMI DTS Passthrough

    Just started experimenting with this setup:
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    Pi3BPlus | piCorePlayer v4.0.0 | linux 4.14.56-pcpCore_v7 | piCore v9.1pCP | Squeezelite v1.9.0-1113
    I'm having an issue getting bit-perfect HDMI passthrough in order to use DTS.

    I first go to Tweaks -> Audio Tweaks page and set ALSA Output Level to Custom. Then I go to Squeezelite Settings -> Card Control and click the 0dB button. This changes the Output Level to "96 pct of max. This equals: 0.00dB", at which point the DTS bitstream is output unaltered and my receiver can decode it. Good news!

    The catch is that if I then click on "Backup", the Output Level changes to "96 pct of max. This equals: -0.25dB" and DTS no longer works.

    Is this a bug or am I trying to go about this the hard/wrong way? I only fiddled with it at all in the first place because DTS wasn't working by default. I remember getting this to work on a much older version, but it's been a while and clearly the necessary steps have changed.

    Thank you!

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    I just checked 4.0.0, and the controls won't work with a non-standard web port from the command line tool. (An oversight during testing)

    I have it corrected for the next release.
    Last edited by paul-; Yesterday at 16:22.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atrocity View Post
    Just started experimenting with this setup:
    I first go to Tweaks -> Audio Tweaks page and set ALSA Output Level to Custom. Then I go to Squeezelite Settings -> Card Control and click the 0dB button. This changes the Output Level to "96 pct of max. This equals: 0.00dB", at which point the DTS bitstream is output unaltered and my receiver can decode it. Good news!
    The catch is that if I then click on "Backup", the Output Level changes to "96 pct of max. This equals: -0.25dB" and DTS no longer works.
    I've noticed similar issues with other mixer settings, not yet sure why they change from "Test" vs "Backup". Can you log in via ssh and run alsamixer. Adjust the mixer so that it works...... then run "sudo alsactl store"
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  6. #236
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I just checked 4.0.0, and the controls won't work with a non-standard web port from the command line tool. (An oversight during testing)

    I have it corrected for the next release.
    I haven't changed the web port (80), but the web GUI controls (along the top of the pCP web page) don't work.
    Living room: piCorePlayer, with USB to Marantz PM7005, TDL RTL3 speakers.
    Dining room: SB Boom.
    Kitchen: SB Radio 1/4 with battery.
    Bedroom 1: SB Radio 2/4 no battery, SB Radio 3/4 with battery.
    Bedroom 2: SB Touch, AE 2.1. speakers.
    Bedroom 3: Slim Devices SB3 2/2, Edirol MA-15D powered monitors.
    Bathroom: SB Radio 4/4, white, with (and running on) battery.
    Server: LMS v7.9.2 on piCorePlayer on RPi 3.

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