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Old 3rd June 2014, 06:11 PM   #1
hugobors is offline hugobors  France
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Default Volumio, Raspberry-pi and hardware volume control

Hello,

I just discovered this very good volumio installed on a raspberry pi, and connected via I2S on a DAC I made.
I want to add a hardware volume control like a motorized pot or other digital pot. Do you know if it is possible to find a piece of software that will work with volumio, and that can output the volume level on som gpio ports of the raspberry, without changing the volume level of the audio digital stream??

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Hugues
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Old 6th June 2014, 01:10 AM   #2
hugobors is offline hugobors  France
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Nobody have ideas???
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Old 6th June 2014, 06:48 AM   #3
phofman is offline phofman  Czech Republic
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There are countless ways but all require a bit of HW hacking and SW coding on your side.

It is possible to make an alsa plugin which defines a volume control for alsa applications, while communicating via serial port (or I2C). For inspiration see alsa plugin for controlling Arcam AV receiver https://github.com/Themaister/alsa-p...EADME-arcam-av git.alsa-project.org Git - alsa-plugins.git/tree - arcam-av/

Linux offers user space I2C tools in the lm-sensors package

I2CTools ? lm-sensors

i2cToolsDocumentation ? lm-sensors

The tools seem to work OK with my onboard integrated I2C ports, I do not know if the I2C ports of RPi will be detected too. If so, you can easily write a script to write/read via your I2C, controlling any volume control device.

But again, it takes a bit of hacking.
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Old 6th June 2014, 10:35 PM   #4
hugobors is offline hugobors  France
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Thanks for your answer. I looks like it's not very easy to do.... I will study it...

Hugues
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Old 2nd March 2015, 12:34 PM   #5
billyboyk is offline billyboyk  France
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Hello !

Do you find a solution ?
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