by rastus » 18 Oct 2020, 05:56
by Ears of Tin » 18 Oct 2020, 21:54
by rastus » 19 Oct 2020, 04:49
Ears of Tin wrote:Rune is not just easier to use, it has more features. Try finding track times in Volumio. Try deleting tracks from a playlist with Moode.
I think RuneAudio+Re5 is the only version that runs on Pi4. And it runs well. Since new builders are buying the newest Pi it would be advantageous to feature +Re5 on the download page. Either that or update Rune 0.5beta for Pi4s. Perhaps easier said than done but I feel a great product is being overlooked.
by kolmberger » 03 Dec 2020, 09:36
by rastus » 04 Dec 2020, 03:35
kolmberger wrote:How does the roadmap of Rune look like?
by kolmberger » 04 Dec 2020, 11:20
rastus wrote:Hope this helps, and any more questions, don't hesitate to ask.
rastus wrote:Your daughter must love it!
by Ears of Tin » 04 Dec 2020, 15:52
by ceejayemm » 04 Dec 2020, 19:12
by FittEyes » 20 Oct 2021, 11:31
Ears of Tin wrote:Just my opinion, if you have Re+6 up and running I would stick with it. Rune 0.5 doesn't have anything Re+6 doesn't have including stability. Most problems stem from the new features that legacy versions don't offer and there's a bit of a beta testing process happening. Bluetooth on these players is somewhat cutting edge. Moode bluetooth instructions were too daunting for me to even attempt and Volumio bluetooth requires a paid subscription.
I regularly use Bluetooth in the opposite direction to play podcasts from my phone. When warm weather returns I would like to use Rune as a sender to an outdoor speaker so thanks for your question which I share. I can connect to a speaker but no sound. Probably some mixer/DAC settings need to be changed. Anyone?
by Ears of Tin » 21 Oct 2021, 11:12