I had also recommended that Mitch convert his HD, XM, and Sirius code into a plugin, similar to the silabs radio plugin, that way it can go into the newest code. But it also seems like he has been tidying up some other things in the codebase he has access to.
As Mitch has stated, he doesn't really want to learn how to code a plugin, and I cannot blame him, he doesn't use Road Runner or own a CarPC.
It seems he has contributed to our cause quite a bit to help out the community.
As others have stated, it would be best if we could get the forks of RoadRunner melded back into one. Just my worthless $.02
Any ideas on when Guino will be back into things?
hey, im woking on plug in now...
i might have the UAS switcher done... in a few mins
he's on it.. we talked about the plugin interface today and like usual he's already ready to release something new lol. Way to go mitch!
MJS UAS is OUT of RoadRunner.exe
and is NOW A PLUG IN!!!!!!!!
I wrote it in C#
SO MUCH NICER THEN WORKING IN VB6
right now, the plastics are being machined
takes about 5 days (i dont pay for the rush job)
its not cheap as it is, to have 6 holes made in 50 boxes
low q = high $
i would consider selling someone a UAS today, with out a case
so we can have another tester out there (mail case later)
I will take you up on that offer.
Originally Posted by mitchjs
What exactly does this do altogether?
It's a bus switcher: you choose which input you want to be active at any given time. Meaning you can put in your XM radio, your satellite radio, your HD radio, your iPod, your AUX source, your old headunit, whatever -- and use USB to select which one comes out of your speakers.
OK, here I am.... I got mine today, but i did not get a case with mine because I am a impatient person and had to have this device. I do have a few questions though. Will it be a mission to use this with Centrafuse? What exactly will the Flux Team need to make this intergrated into CF? Maybe a simple 3rd party plugin will work?
Also to add to anyone that doesnt know, its what colin says it is, but by using this you have no lose of quality and volume. Originally I had a simple 2 way splitter connected and it caused me to have to disable buffer mode for both HD and XM. I use buffer because i like the visuals to move with the music, with it off, the visuals just move around and do not match the music. Also the volume would be so low on both devices that it isnt loud, so you would sit there and turn it way up then say you switch to MP3, you nearly blow your ears out if you forget to turn the sound back down.
So for anyone that only has one line in port, this device is you salvation!
PS: I guess I will be the tester for the CF side.... to bad I dont know coding :-(
for CF, basicly its flux, saying mitch, i want to put it in native to CF
and ill give them all they need
or someone writes a plug in for CF
if its easy, i can do
the RR plug in was KAKE!
i do talk to the FLUX guys, but not much, i wondered why they never really seeked out my help, even when i offered it to them, they pretty much on thier own...
I havent shown them this device yet
i been just busy, getting all of it ready to go
the enclosure and such
oh, hijack, i worked more on the demo application, email me or IM me
and i can give u newer version