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I recently got a record player, the AT-LP60-USB from Audio-Technica, and I want to make it play through a set of digital speakers I have. The turntable acts as an audio USB input. Basically, I need to be able to take a USB audio input and output its sound through the 3.5mm jack on my pi. I also need to be able to simply plug it in and have it work with no setup. How would I go about making this?

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  • You can use udev for detecting some USB hot-plug and automatically run the commands (commands for creating fifo file and run arecord and aplay) , use system unit file at the RPi startup... You can check my answer here. – Ephemeral Dec 26 '19 at 12:09
  • is there any simpler solution? really all I need it to do is play the audio to the desktop then send it to the speakers. – Owen Thornton Dec 26 '19 at 18:08
  • No, sorry not to my knowledge. The system use USB for the Audio INPUT in your case , by defaut the system not understand what do you want to do and not redirect any audio on another interface. Maybe some tricks exists on the hardware part for this but I have never see that. – Ephemeral Dec 28 '19 at 10:07

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