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  1. #1621
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesselin0420 View Post
    Hi all,
    Is it possible to get a larger font size in the idle screen? My monitor is 320x240. the largest font seems to be 24x24 and it looks small.
    Is there any plugin can show bigger clock in idle screen?

    Thanks
    It depends what you want. The display will always be 2 lines of 32 pixels in total, and artwork or vu/spectrum below that cannot be changed
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  2. #1622
    Quote Originally Posted by philippe_44 View Post
    It depends what you want. The display will always be 2 lines of 32 pixels in total, and artwork or vu/spectrum below that cannot be changed
    I want clock's font bigger than 32 pixels when system in idel. It better fills the screen.

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    MAX98357A no sound

    Hi.

    I have a ESP32 WROVER-E board connected to a MAX98357A with the folowing configuration:

    ESP32 PIN -> MAX98357A PIN
    32 ----------> DIN
    33 ----------> BCLK
    25 ----------> LRC
    GND --------> GND
    5V ----------> Vin

    This is my nvs config:
    Code:
    {
      "a2dp_ctmt": "1000",
      "a2dp_ctrld": "500",
      "a2dp_dev_name": "squeezeliteESP32",
      "a2dp_sink_name": "SMSL BT4.2",
      "a2dp_spin": "0000",
      "actrls_config": "",
      "airplay_name": "squeezeliteESP32",
      "airplay_port": "5000",
      "ap_channel": "1",
      "ap_ip_address": "192.168.4.1",
      "ap_ip_gateway": "192.168.4.1",
      "ap_ip_netmask": "255.255.255.0",
      "ap_pwd": "squeezelite",
      "ap_ssid": "squeezeliteESP32",
      "autoexec": "1",
      "autoexec1": "squeezelite -b 500:2000 -d all=info -C 30 -W -n \"squeezeliteESP32\" -o I2S",
      "bat_config": "",
      "bt_name": "squeezeliteESP32",
      "bt_sink_pin": "1234",
      "bt_sink_volume": "127",
      "bypass_wm": "0",
      "dac_config": "model=I2S,bck=33,ws=25,do=32",
      "dac_controlset": "",
      "display_config": "",
      "enable_airplay": "0",
      "enable_bt_sink": "1",
      "equalizer": "0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0",
      "eth_config": "",
      "gpio_exp_config": "",
      "host_name": "squeezeliteESP32",
      "i2c_config": "",
      "jack_mutes_amp": "n",
      "led_brightness": "",
      "lms_ctrls_raw": "n",
      "metadata_config": "",
      "ota_erase_blk": "249856",
      "ota_prio": "6",
      "ota_stack": "10240",
      "rel_api": "https://api.github.com/repos/sle118/squeezelite-esp32/releases",
      "release_url": "https://github.com/sle118/squeezelite-esp32/releases",
      "rotary_config": "",
      "set_GPIO": "",
      "spdif_config": "",
      "spi_config": "",
      "stats": "n",
      "target": "",
      "telnet_block": "500",
      "telnet_buffer": "40000",
      "telnet_enable": "",
      "wifi_smode": "f"
    }
    The debug of DAC start:
    Code:
    I (3289) I2S: DMA Malloc info, datalen=blocksize=4088, dma_buf_count=12
    I (3299) I2S: APLL: Req RATE: 44100, real rate: 44099.988, BITS: 32, CLKM: 1, BCK_M: 8, MCLK: 22579194.000, SCLK: 2822399.250000, diva: 1, divb: 0
    [01:56:00.068950] output_init_i2s:319 I2S DAC using I2S bck:33, ws:25, do:32, mute:-1:0 (res:0)
    [01:56:00.070295] output_init_i2s:339 Initializing I2S mode normal with rate: 44100, bits per sample: 32, buffer frames: 512, number of buffers: 12
    [01:56:00.092744] output_visu_init:75 Initialize VISUEXPORT 512 32 bits samples
    [01:56:00.093818] output_init_embedded:100 init completed.
    [01:56:00.094606] decode_init:153 init decode
    [01:56:00.105442] register_alac:547 using alac to decode alc
    [01:56:00.106261] register_helixaac:686 using helix-aac to decode aac
    [01:56:00.117282] register_vorbis:385 using vorbis to decode ogg
    [01:56:00.118153] register_opus:328 using opus to decode ops
    [01:56:00.129159] register_flac:332 using flac to decode ogf,flc
    [01:56:00.130008] register_pcm:468 using pcm to decode wav,aif,pcm
    [01:56:00.141022] register_mad:417 using mad to decode mp3
    I (3389) BTDM_INIT: BT controller compile version [4bc0a8e]
    When i press play in LMS:
    Code:
    I (8529) wifi_manager: LMS IP: 192.168.1.198, hport: 9000, cport: 9090
    [02:04:38.385205] decode_flush:251 decode flush
    [02:04:38.396175] output_flush:446 flush output buffer
    [02:04:38.401125] handler:54 got equalizer 14
    [02:04:47.543893] decode_flush:251 decode flush
    [02:04:47.544872] output_flush:446 flush output buffer
    My firmware:
    fw: I2S-4MFlash.32.1036.master-cmak, mode: Squeezelite-ESP32

    I have no sound at all.

    Thanks in advance for your help and for this great software.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmiguel View Post
    Hi.

    I have a ESP32 WROVER-E board connected to a MAX98357A with the folowing configuration:
    I have no sound at all.

    Thanks in advance for your help and for this great software.

    Cheers
    That's a mono board. Not sure what to expect as I've never tried that.

    Anyone here tried something similar?
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  5. #1625
    Quote Originally Posted by sle118 View Post
    That's a mono board. Not sure what to expect as I've never tried that.

    Anyone here tried something similar?
    I have two configurations with it:
    • I use 2 TTGO-T7 with a MAX98357 board configured to mix the stereo down to a single speaker, and then configured in LMS as the Right or Left channel.

    Hardware configuration for these is:
    Code:
    ESP32 - MAX98357
       32 - LRC    
       27 - BCLK   
       25 - DIN    
          - GAIN --+
          - SD     |
      GND - GND    | short GAIN to Vin
      5V  - Vin  --+
    NVS: dac_config: model=I2S,bck=27,ws=32,do=25

    • The other setup is still in testing, but it uses an ESP32 devkit with 2 MAX98357 boards, each set (with some resistors between SD and Vin) to output only 1 channel to 2 separate speakers.

    These NVS settings worked for sure:
    dac_config: model=I2S,bck=12,ws=32,do=33
    dac_config: model=I2S,bck=12,ws=32,do=27

    Unfortunately I don't have access to the hardware right now, so I can't check anything more at the moment. But at least I can confirm that it does work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesselin0420 View Post
    I want clock's font bigger than 32 pixels when system in idel. It better fills the screen.
    So that would not be possible then
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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkAHung View Post
    philippe_44 I see it correctly that there was now a PR for the ES8388?:
    https://github.com/sle118/squeezelit...d9cf76616825c5
    It seems that releases for the ESP32-A1S do not have the support yet? I thought ES8388 was something ESP32-A1S specific.

    By the way: Many thanks to all involved for this work! The project is really stunning and shows how far opensource can go!
    I think wrote my reply in the old squuezelite thread. So here again.

    Perhaps I missed something but my ESP32-A1S ES8388 is working, but the sound is very very low. I set it in my LMS to 100% but the sound is still very low.

    Is there something I can do or I need to do?

    In the bottom line of my device is this written:
    fw: Muse.16.1036.master-cmake, mode: Muse
    Is this the right firmware for my ESP32-A1S ES8388?

    Here is my setup:
    dac_config: model=ES8388,bck=27,ws=25,do=26,sda=33,scl=32,i2c= 16
    set_GPIO: 21=amp,22=green:0,39=jack:0
    stereo speaker connected through headphone-jack.
    onboard jumper switches set to:
    Last edited by JunkAHung; 2022-08-23 at 02:11.

  8. #1628
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    Quote Originally Posted by nenu View Post
    I have two configurations with it:
    • I use 2 TTGO-T7 with a MAX98357 board configured to mix the stereo down to a single speaker, and then configured in LMS as the Right or Left channel.

    Hardware configuration for these is:
    Code:
    ESP32 - MAX98357
       32 - LRC    
       27 - BCLK   
       25 - DIN    
          - GAIN --+
          - SD     |
      GND - GND    | short GAIN to Vin
      5V  - Vin  --+
    NVS: dac_config: model=I2S,bck=27,ws=32,do=25

    • The other setup is still in testing, but it uses an ESP32 devkit with 2 MAX98357 boards, each set (with some resistors between SD and Vin) to output only 1 channel to 2 separate speakers.

    These NVS settings worked for sure:
    dac_config: model=I2S,bck=12,ws=32,do=33
    dac_config: model=I2S,bck=12,ws=32,do=27

    Unfortunately I don't have access to the hardware right now, so I can't check anything more at the moment. But at least I can confirm that it does work for me.
    Greetings

    It worked with this configuration:
    dac_config: model=I2S,bck=12,ws=32,do=33

    Thanks alot for you help.

  9. #1629
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    Quote Originally Posted by JunkAHung View Post
    I think wrote my reply in the old squuezelite thread. So here again.

    Perhaps I missed something but my ESP32-A1S ES8388 is working, but the sound is very very low. I set it in my LMS to 100% but the sound is still very low.

    Is there something I can do or I need to do?

    In the bottom line of my device is this written:
    fw: Muse.16.1036.master-cmake, mode: Muse
    Is this the right firmware for my ESP32-A1S ES8388?

    Here is my setup:
    dac_config: model=ES8388,bck=27,ws=25,do=26,sda=33,scl=32,i2c= 16
    set_GPIO: 21=amp,22=green:0,39=jack:0
    stereo speaker connected through headphone-jack.
    onboard jumper switches set to:
    Does this post help?

    https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...=1#post1029529

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    Quote Originally Posted by mboxler View Post
    THX for the reply. I searched a lot here and in the old thread. I dont know what I do wrong atm in my config.
    Your mentioned dac_config is one of the 2 mentined on github, see here:
    https://github.com/sle118/squeezelite-esp32#esp32-a1s

    I am a bit confused what firmware I should flash exactly?
    As I mentioned I flashed mule with the webinstaller. Is that right? Or should I try another base-image or another flash method?

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