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    There should be no dependency issues with that. You can grab it from another repo with wget.

    http://distro.ibiblio.org/tinycoreli.../tcz/lrzsz.tcz

    Edit: I pushed this up to our repo too.
    Last edited by paul-; 2019-11-08 at 17:10.
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    USB audio missing speaker Pi2 & Pi1

    I have a Pi3, Pi2 and Pi1. With the same PiCore setup on all three. Whilst the Pi3 + PiCore + USB audio works 100%, with the Pi2 and Pi1 the USB audio is missing from the right speaker.

    I've swapped the same set of speakers back and forth between the three boards. Works every time with the Pi3, fails every time with the Pi1 & 2.

    I've tried reinstalling the OS and also tweaking the alsamixer but still nothing.

    Any suggestions or advice much appreciated.

    Should mention that the speakers are mains powered and they work just fine with Volumio & Rune on the Pi2.
    Last edited by pettifoggery; 2019-11-12 at 12:48. Reason: gibberish

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    Sounds like a mixer issue. Can you run an ssh session and run alsamixer, see if there is separate right/left volume controls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Sounds like a mixer issue. Can you run an ssh session and run alsamixer, see if there is separate right/left volume controls.
    I can't see any left or right controls - see image below. Is there any other way to check the left / right volume levels other than with the alsamixer?

    Also, I've just borrowed another pair of these speakers and with this new test the Pi2 is still missing the right speaker. And I've just tried the Pi2 again with Volumio and both left & right are OK.

    It's probably something stupid that I've done but I can't for the life of me see the difference between the setup on the Pi2 and the Pi3.

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    That looks fine. Have you played with asound.conf manually?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    That looks fine. Have you played with asound.conf manually?
    No, all I've done is use putty to increase the volume using the graphical thing. I wouldn't trust myself to tweak it manually.

    While I'm on the subject. Every time I restart the Pi3 the output level is reset from 100 to 37. Is there anyway to fix it at 100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pettifoggery View Post
    Every time I restart the Pi3 the output level is reset from 100 to 37. Is there anyway to fix it at 100?



    Try this?

    SSH into the pi:

    User name: tc

    Passwd: piCore


    Type alsamixer, press enter.

    PressF6, select card from drop-down and adjust the volume using the up/down arrows on the keyboard.

    Next press escape to go to command prompt

    Then save the changes:

    At the command line type:

    Code:
    sudo alsactl store
    press Enter

    Then:

    Code:
    pcp br
    Press Enter

    After reboot check if the setting is saved.

    ronnie
    Last edited by Man in a van; 2019-11-14 at 08:37.

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    Check the Player / Audio Settings in LMS have you changed this inadvertently

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    Thanks Ronnie. That worked perfectly. The Pi3 you've fixed is in my workshop. After switching it on every morning I'd have to go back to the house & home office to boot up the PC to adjust the volume. After a few weeks it was beginning to get a little irritating. Especially with the inviolable no-outdoor-shoes-in-the-house rule.

    Back to the other problem with the USB audio. I have just tried the Pi2 with an analogue speaker connected to the jack. It outputs evenly to both channels. I don't know if this means anything but I thought I should mention it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Check the Player / Audio Settings in LMS have you changed this inadvertently

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    While I was poking about last night I stumbled upon and checked the setting. It was and is set to both channels. After dinner I might try changing the output setting to the left & right channels and see if anything comes out. Not sure if this will be any help tracking down the issue but you never know.

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