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Thread: FM Transmitter noise, no media

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    Default Re: FM Transmitter noise, no media

    Related to the scripts...FPP has access to scripts to do this type of thing. Look in the plugin manager for After Hours for internet radio support. There is also one called Radio station type plugin that will play local music.

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    Default Re: FM Transmitter noise, no media

    Volume controls works on the latest FPP with the cheap USB adapter I bought in 2016https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1)

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    Default Re: FM Transmitter noise, no media

    Quote Originally Posted by jchuchla View Post
    It's interesting that you're not getting volume control of the soundblaster. That's working on mine. But I'm not on a current FPP version though. Perhaps that broke in a more recent version.
    Quote Originally Posted by joeytx View Post
    Volume controls works on the latest FPP with the cheap USB adapter I bought in 2016https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
    The USB audio worked in my PI2 w/ FPP v2.5 branch. It stopped working when I upgraded to a PI3 w/ FPP v3.2 and 3.3.
    I just did the upgrade to FPP ver. 3.4 and it works again. Reading the updates on the falcon forum, I see they've had to change
    a lot of the back end due to linux changing the way the start hardware.


    When I installed v3.2 and 3.3, I know I did so with a fresh image, not upgraded through the FPP. The volume slider using the SB3 did not work with either install. I still had a Pi2 with FPP v2.5, so I put the SB3 in that Pi and the volume slider worked. I just did the update to FPP v3.4 and now the volume slider works. Maybe it's my imagination, I'll have to do more testing but, I think, now with v3.4, sometimes when it reboots, the SB3 doesn't work unless I just unplug and plug it back in and restart FPPD. I'll keep an eye on that issue. Reading the updates on the falcon forum, I see they've had to change
    a lot of the back end due to linux changing the way the start hardware.

    Sorry, I realize this thread got off track from the original problem. Also, I just realized there is a "Radio Waves" section. Should've posted there. Oh well, I'm new to this forum and still learning.

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