Only issue is using Shairport-Sync: No audio on my DAC, However DietPi AIrPlay endpoint seen from Itunes and IOS devices.
I’ve set output to 44100 / 32 bits via Web GUI
If i disable Shairport from web GUI and launch Shairport from command line audio is OK:
root@DietPi:~# shairport-sync -vvv
Looking for configuration file at full path “/usr/local/etc/shairport-sync.conf”
Value read for output rate is 44100.
alsa output device name is “default”.
The processor is running little-endian.
Here is my conf from /usr/local/etc/shairport-sync.conf:
I installed it (via the command line) and now it wants my email address and a password for allo.com. If I don’t have the Allo hardware, can I not use this web UI? That’s not very clear in the instructions.
I guess this could be a case of not using the pre-made image, but upgrading my existing install to 157 and side-loading the web UI (via dietpi-software install 159). It looked like a huge amount of stuff got added to support the webUI, maybe something got missed.
Thanks. I already set my USB DAC as the default card in asound.conf. Still, i edited shairport-sync.conf as per your suggestion - alas, it did not work. Youtube still plays (like earlier) but when i change to a new video, the audio drops (while the video keeps playing).
I also noticed that if a video takes a few seconds longer to start ie is buffering, the audio drops.
How do you run shairport from the command line? Is it a simple command? I saw an earlier post where you first disabled Shairport in the GUI, but the command was not clear. Kindly provide this again.