I have been trying to get this for many weeks.
I want to use a Pi (any Pi) with a sound device on a private wired network as an output
device (with a sound device attached).
It has been very confusing trying to figure out what to use, considering that now PipeWire
seems to have taken over everything and it seems to emulate the behavior of Jack2 and
I can get it working as long as everything is Linux, but that seems to be only when
PipeWire emulates PulseAudio.
When I try to put Windows into the mix, I find that there is really no support for
PulseAudio in Windows.
So I fall back to trying to use Jack2.
It looks like it should be so simple, but I'm not getting anywhere.
I am able to setup what looks like a connection by running jackd on the Pi as:
jackd -d alsa -d hw:3 -r48000 -S &
jack_load netmanager -i"-a 10.1.1.10 -p 19000"
And jackd on the Windows machine as:
jackd -R -P 70 -d net -a 10.1.1.10 -p 19000
When I open the Graph in qjackctl on the Pi, I can see the Windows client device objects
when the jackd server is running on the Windows machine.
I have no idea how to play a wav file from Windows into this connection.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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