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    Who is currently testing?

    So...Who is the current memebers who got a Mp3Car BBHD for testing?


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    Support for this tuner in RideRunner and Centrafuse 3 is avail
    I will post some more info shortly

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    current release of RideRunner(11/2009)
    you can use right now, just set in RR.ini Radio=HDRadio (or use rrconfig)
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    HDRadioType=Mp3Car

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    Will there be documentation released on the protocol for interfacing with this radio? :-) I may not be able to get my hands on one yet, but I can certainly try to provide a Linux solution as quickly as possible once it's released.
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    I just received one Saturday. I've loaded the drivers but hadn't yet loaded RideRunner. Malcom, I was checking out RevFE to see if it supported it as I wanted to feature it in my video!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte View Post
    I just received one Saturday. I've loaded the drivers but hadn't yet loaded RideRunner. Malcom, I was checking out RevFE to see if it supported it as I wanted to feature it in my video!
    Yeah besides what we saw at AFK fest, this is the first time I've actually heard much about these units, so I haven't really had a chance to implement anything at all. If it's not an entire dissimilar protocol from the Visteon HD radio it should be fairly easy to put support in for it.... When I say Linux, I mean Linux and Mac of course btw
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    I'd love to test it as soon as Mitch builds the modular boomsbox/xmd interface with audio over USB.

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    the boomzbox IS audio over usb . And it works succesfully in RR and CF. I'm finishing my review today.
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    Mitch, having trouble with getting the hardware SC-C1 recognized. It recognizes the audio device but can't locate the drivers for SC-C1. What am I doing wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcom2073 View Post
    Yeah besides what we saw at AFK fest, this is the first time I've actually heard much about these units, so I haven't really had a chance to implement anything at all. If it's not an entire dissimilar protocol from the Visteon HD radio it should be fairly easy to put support in for it.... When I say Linux, I mean Linux and Mac of course btw
    If its truly audio over USB its probably not going to be as easy as just a com protocol

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    Quote Originally Posted by justchat_1 View Post
    If its truly audio over USB its probably not going to be as easy as just a com protocol
    Not really (Unless you're using c# of course :P), USB itself is fairly easy, and if it's a known USB DAC chip there might already be a Linux audio driver for it. I'm curious if it uses a separate virtual COM, usb control messages, or what for the actual HD radio control and RDS/HD-Text returns. I didn't get a chance to look at the actual hardware, but once they go on sale and I manage to afford one I'll open it up and find out :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcom2073 View Post
    Not really (Unless you're using c# of course :P), USB itself is fairly easy, and if it's a known USB DAC chip there might already be a Linux audio driver for it. I'm curious if it uses a separate virtual COM, usb control messages, or what for the actual HD radio control and RDS/HD-Text returns. I didn't get a chance to look at the actual hardware, but once they go on sale and I manage to afford one I'll open it up and find out :-D
    We should somehow try to get malcom2073 some hardware to aid in his driver writing...
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