REQ: Bluetooth Audio Receiver

Please-please-please consider adding this feature, with both RPi3 internal Bluetooth and USB dongles in mind.

I found a solution to described problem, courtesy of davidedg & Douglas6.

The results can be achieved by following this guide with a slight change:

Load Bluetooth discover module in SYSTEM MODE:

############################################################################
cat <> /etc/pulse/system.pa

Bluetooth Support

.ifexists module-bluetooth-discover.so
load-module module-bluetooth-discover
.endif
load-module module-bluetooth-policy
EOF
############################################################################

In order to connect automatically, turn discoverable on in bluetoothctl.

Please consider including Bluetooth Audio Receiver option in future releases of Dietpi!

+1

Yeah this would be neat.

There’s also a good (but perhaps slightly dated) tutorial for headless Pulse configuration as well as Bluetooth and DLNA configs here: https://rootprompt.apatsch.net/2013/02/20/raspberry-pi-network-audio-player-pulseaudio-dlna-and-bluetooth-a2dp-part-1-pulseaudio/

Definitely would like to see simple Bluetooth Audio and DLNA renderers included with DP.

I’ve tried a few tutorials found on the internet, but none worked for me. I think they are too old, and since most are written for raspbian wheezy, there are a lot of steps that are not valid anymore.

heise.de actualized this year their article:
from
https://www.heise.de/select/ct/2016/21/1476018474794614
to
https://www.heise.de/select/ct/2018/11/1526852582879200

…bluealsa, … bluealsa-aplay …

…it seems to be easy… not for me…
Someone there want to make a one-click-app?

Don’t have the skills to make such an app. I do have the hardware and desire to use one. :wink: