hi @urhanjohn , thank you for your feedback! Currently the speaker selection is not really intuitive, I will try to display all found speaker on the bottom even if the speaker view is minimized. I take a look at the settings dialog with network address! I will post new releases with deb files on https://github.com/syfds/soundy/releases and https://bosedevs.bose.com/discussion/798/unofficial-gtk-client-for-linux-based-operating-systems.
Which OS are you using?
Is soundy able to act as a SoundTouch node? It looks like the Soundtouch link adapter and SA-5 Amplifiers will not exist and Bose has not introduced a replacement set of products. Even the 151 speakers are no more.
hi @doverosx , I'm not sure whether I understand your use case right. Soundy supports all the possibilities which are given by existing SoundTouch API. You can take a look at the existing functionality here: https://github.com/syfds/soundy
Currently I'm working on multi room pairing feature. Feel free to make feature requests or leave feedback on github.
Very interesting work. I've looked through your source code and might actually be able to contribute but you've got a good handle on the API's functionality judging by what I see. I was looking at using a Linux PC, installing soundy and adding that PC as a "soundtouch device".
Judging by code that I see, this is definitely do-able.