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    Gradual Volume On Resume/Start?

    I am wondering if there is a way to implement this.

    Let's say the volume was at 10% when the machine went into hibernate. When it resumes, have volume gradually go from 0% to 10%. That way there is no "volume shock" or something of the sort.

    Searched around, but only found a discussion about speed-sensitive volume control.

    Graci!

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    Really good suggestion, have a feeling someone will post a really clever skin/onstart command to do this.

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    I'd have to second that - my HU doesn't have a remote on line (not that I can find, anyway), so there's be no "anti-thump" protection from the M1 I'm using.
    A gradual volume increase from RR could solve this, I think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flibblebot
    I'd have to second that - my HU doesn't have a remote on line (not that I can find, anyway), so there's be no "anti-thump" protection from the M1 I'm using.
    A gradual volume increase from RR could solve this, I think?
    The thump you get is from when the machine first turns on. What you can do is setup your headunit to turn on and off through a relay. Have the M1's remote-on delay switch on that relay.

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    There are winamp plugins that allow you to gradualy increase the volume from stop to play (with whichever delay you choose). If you set this up, it should work both when starting RR and when resuming from hibernation.
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    yea, i think its easiest to setup winamp to "fade in/out".

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