Working Speakers (44 Devices Confirmed , 29 waiting Confirmation) last addition: Klipsch Stadium, Help Us to increase the list

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(Francisco Blanco) #99

WDTV LIVE: App crash as soon as I try to control the device


(Ule) #100

hi @blancofran, Have you the last release?

ST has update the db yesterday, but I have no problem with the player, can you give us more information?


(Francisco Blanco) #101

You mean the last release of the smartapp?
I just installed the smartapp this morning so I assume is the last release.
I also tried with kodi (Mac) and worked great.


(Ule) #102

iReceiver Wi-Fi Music Receiver supports DLNA and should works with SmartTings

Very cheap 9.99 dlls in Amazon

(Make sure you update your software, found here: http://www.cctairmobi.com/en/products/enter/wmr/2014-05-29/26.html)

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61Lx0be7caL.SL1500.jpg


(elite) #103

Having a hard time totally understanding this. If I have a DLNA receiver, in theory, STs commands should report from the speaker its connected to? Is that simply it? Sorta like how Sonos would react to a door opening, or water in the basement? Im not totally understand the music portion being controlled through STs. I have my harmony connected to STs so I have a scene controller that fires up my audio receiver, roku, pandora directly, with the touch of a button. Would there be a way to get whatever I have running on the Roku through the receiver working on a DLNA receiver plugged into a cheap speaker?


(Ule) #104

Hi @elite ,

If I have a DLNA receiver, in theory, STs commands should report from the speaker its connected to? yes, Of course you need to install your DLNA (Media Renderer) into smartThings.

Sorta like how Sonos would react to a door opening, or water in the basement? Yes, You must have an app to select the events you want to send to speakers (ex media renderer events)

Would there be a way to get whatever I have running on the Roku through the receiver working on a DLNA receiver plugged into a cheap speaker? I dont think Roku is a Media Renderer, sorry I dont have a Roku.

Im not totally understand the music portion being controlled through STs - ST do not control your music, is not a DLNA controller for music, the commands are so limited and you can not list DLNA servers or other content, ST save all tracks you send to your speakers and list those track to send it like event , but is not a play list. you ned to send your music with some Controller like Tecnichs , denon or sony music remote (read the firs post of )


(elite) #105

@ule. Thanks !!! Good explanation. So I’d install a media renderer (software) in STs…like a smart app. Then the renderer would tell the device to talk to me/speak commands as it sees it in STs.

I saw a demo of someone using media type controls within STs controlling their media, but that was on a computer. Anyway I think I got it.

I need a cheap solution…maybe a device with an rca output or 3.5mm output to an old iPod dock will do the trick?

Thanks again!!


(Ule) #106

Hi @elite, if your device is installed with media renderer device, you can control the basic commands like stop, play, mute, forward, back, etc, those commands do not load a song or track, just control the device, if you want to load music you must to use some DLNA controller, your media renderer can be a hardware device or a software device like computer, android, iphone, etc, There are many options in this post the cheapest I have found its ireciver but still need confirmation,


(elite) #107

I have an old iPod with a Harmon kardon dock. I’m thinking this could be a simple notification solution. As far as music I get it. My library would have to be loaded somewhere and then I could control basic functions. I actually do alot more streaming IE Pandora do for now I’ll stick to notifications. Wish my echo could do it but I understand amazon hasn’t and probably won’t open it up to do so. I’m getting it i think…;-). Now I gotta figure out what to load on the iPod but I’ll reread the thread and figure it out. Pretty cool stuff. Just got garage door controller today…every day its something smart! My wife hates it lol.


(Manana546) #108

I can confirm that the HEOS 1 works just fine =)


#109

I can confirm the BubbleUPnP app on Android works.


(Jon Graft) #110

I’m assuming if nothing appears after Discovery has started that means my DLNA device is not supported, correct? I’m using a Raspberry Pi B+ running RuneAudio. It is connected to the network via ethernet.


(Ule) #111

Hi @FlyersPh9, you can check your Mediarenderer with a control point before discover it in ST, read the first post


(fightingmajor) #112

I’m running Volumio on a Pi 2 and it’s working great if you want to add it to the working Hardware Devices.


(Peter Richardson) #113

HEOS Drive. Multi-room player alternative to SONOS system with 4 amplified zones and used with additional zone with HEOS Link playing into Marantz 7008 receiver (also works)

Works superbly - thank you!


Apps that work with Samsung Speakers?
(About me: www.echo.authlife.com) #114

I can add the Pinell supersound II+ to the list also.

<img src=“http://www.pinell.no/sitefiles/site8/shop/pinell-supersound-ii-black7.jpg

http://www.pinell.no/en/products/pinell-supersound-ii-black/


(Glenn Morrison) #115

What about just playing announcements to speakers attached to a Linux server? Possible? Have I missed something really simple because I am ryig to wrap my head around too many other things more complex?


(Ule) #116

Hi @Atomicpapa, There are may ways to get announcements, if you have linux you can install some DLNA media renderer software if you want to use this app, or you can install VLC and use poor’s man sonos, or you can install a web server and get the messages directly, etc


(Mike) #117

nice radio, how much and where i can get it in US?


(About me: www.echo.authlife.com) #118

Actually, don’t know if they’re selling them outside Norway/Sweden, but they work of an adapter connected to the mains (12V), so in theory that part could be covered with a different adapter.
Don’t know what frequency dab has over there, but Internet radio and Spotify should work either way.
Price is about the equivalent of 160$

Could probably use Google translate at the page.