[Rack] Audio off of Pony

Rubin Abdi rubin at starset.net
Sun Jun 10 13:59:22 PDT 2012


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Nicholas Granado wrote, On 2012-06-09 18:02:
> why not just hack a old receiver with a bluetooth A2DP device and
> be done with it?

Not everyone has Bluetooth setup, trusts it, or knows how to setup it.
Also don't need more wireless traffic in the space. Also pretty sure
an A2DP device would cost just the same.

> is there some requirements for it having to be streamed over the 
> network?

Well the fact that anyone can control it and edit the playlist.

> that way whomever has music can simply just play it.

If they now how to do that over Bluetooth on their OS, their OS
supports it, and their hardware supports it, and that there isn't any
other wireless interference in the area (typically that's not the case
when I show up with my Bluetooth headphones).

Anyhow, if you feel like setting that up too, please by all means.
Having a receiver with multiple inputs means we can plug in as much
shit into it as we want.

- -- 
Rubin
rubin at starset.net


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