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This question is pretty old, But even now I had come across similar issue: I will detail you how I was able to fix this for current version of raspbian 10. (i) Install Pulse audio tool sudo apt-get install pulseaudio pulseaudio-module-bluetooth (ii) Start Pulse audio pulseaudio --start (iii) Now turn on your bluetooth speaker , and make it discoverable, ...


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This is not an answer - it's a sequence of journal entries, or just a rambling blog if you prefer! This doesn't meet SE standards for an answer. Yet, the objective stated in the question above has been met through the steps listed below. I'm posting this as a "prototype answer", which I'll define as a container for information that is useful and ...


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From Raspberry Pi to Windows 7 desktop, it will depend on the remote software you are using. My preference is rdesktop. To install rdesktop from command line: sudo apt install rdesktop To run rdesktop from command line: rdesktop <my-computername> To run rdesktop from command line with local sound (Pi sound): rdesktop -r sound:local <my-...


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No! You need to specify what Dante product you mean. From the web page the products is either Windows or "We provide a ISO" that can be deployed in some virtualization platforms. And from what I have seen they don't state what standard they are using for streaming so...


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Just use the data port you can connect it to a USB audio device. You could also buy a similar device to the one you put above that you could connect to the Data port. If you're tight on space search for an "angled USB micro cable". You'll find something like this: Another solution would be to use Bluetooth. Because it's a Pi Zero W, you'll be able ...


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