Just to clarify: you need to use TILT!Audio images and those are based on dietpi.I have a micro to full USB converter so I assume that would work for sounds on the USB stick if there isn't enough space on the card.
DietPI or raspisnd-1.24 image though?
The new Pi4 images is not yet finished, see FAQ on https://tiltaudio.com. not sure if it's the best option though. It really gets hot even when running idle (I bought heatsinks for mine) and it consumes more power compared to Pi3.Theres an interesting thought - wonder if this runs on the pi4...
I've not yet put it in a cab but it sounds good out.
Quicker to boot than Pinsound.
great wifi GUI and now equaliser.
Ive plugged it into the TAF with remote speakers and plays sounds OK
I just need some original sound sets to compare properly.
You do need to descramble the Pinsound files.
They tend to be scrambled but some have worked. The forum has community ones that can also work.Can you use the Pinsound files?
Just bought a kit from Tilt awaiting arrival just a bit concerned where i will get the original sounds from for Getaway. I downloaded them in .WAV format, they play fine on a PC.
On altsound.vpin24.com the link is wrong for altsound_bop_l7.zip, it goes to terminator2You can basically achieve something similar: getting better sound on your machine. I will not going to advertise mine is better than the french thing. Let others judge. Regarding sound packs: there a lot already available on the net and TILT!Audio supports also new altsound format from VPINMAME. Just recently there was a post in the german forum where a new site was announced: altsound.vpin24.com. So you should always have a good sound pack to start with. and with the builtin web ui its really easy to enhance this, just upload a new sound effect or change and existing one.
Not what went wrong with your order, but you should better say "I received no confirmation email". In general you of course get such an email that lists all ordered items, that looks like thisUnfortunately the shop system gave no confirmation email with a order number on it, but all received now Thank You.
I've PM you a picture of the build plus a log file ... I don't want to give up on this yet as I like the idea of the self build. The soldering is not challenging it's just I don't know if it was my build or the software I've not got rightCan you provide logfile to look at? Without it's hard to say what may the reason could be.
Of course if the hardware interface does not work, this could result in sound being played at random. Tiltaudio is a diy solution, where one need to solder and setup the board and firmware. If you think this is to challenging, you indeed better got with the French product.
Be a good idea to post a picture of your board. Plus one of the area the IC's are.I've PM you a picture of the build plus a log file ... I don't want to give up on this yet as I like the idea of the self build. The soldering is not challenging it's just I don't know if it was my build or the software I've not got right
Ok thats not right . Lets sort that out first.I get no sound at all, it has to be set to on board 3.5mm, I have some temp speakers plugged into that socket.