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Amazon HD plugin

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by hilts10, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. hilts10

    hilts10 Member

    I have just got the 3 month trial for Amazon music HD. I am using a Raspberry Pi with DAC hat loaded with LMS and PiCorePlayer. Is there a way of streaming Amazon. Is there a plugin like I use for Spotify so I can stream Amazon over my network to take advantage of the HD quality ?

    Cheers in advance.
     
  2. Man in a van

    Man in a van pfm Member

    No plugin for LMS, that I'm aware off, nor likely I would guess.

    I tried the Chromium browser and that is not supported.

    Installed Firefox-ESR and that kept crashing the tab, so luck there.:(

    ronnie
     
  3. Man in a van

    Man in a van pfm Member

    I Have the ShairTunes2 plugin installed on my LMS.

    I used the AmazonMusic app on an iPad and was able to Airplay to my Digione which is on a rpi3B+ (Raspbian Buster-Lite)

    ronnie
     
  4. Moppit

    Moppit pfm Member

    I'd be very interested too if there was a way to get this working on my pi/Allo digione using Android for control?

    Sorry don't have any Apple devices anymore.

    Cheers
     
  5. car973

    car973 Member

    There is an LMS plugin for Volumio
     
  6. Moppit

    Moppit pfm Member

    Yes, but how does this help me play Amazon HD music via android?
     
  7. car973

    car973 Member

    ...and Amazon on iPad will AirPlay to Volumio (but not with Android). As for bitrate, Volumio shows playback at 16/44.1 via AirPlay irrespective of source.
     
  8. car973

    car973 Member

    Yes, it doesn’t seem to work for Android users
     
  9. car973

    car973 Member

    Unless you’re happy to root your device in which case there are a few streaming apps available
     
  10. hilts10

    hilts10 Member

    Could I just connect an OTG cable from my phone to the USB of the dac hat and play from the android app ?
     

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