DIY mini Internetradio Streaming Client based on OpenWRT on TL-MR3020





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Published on May 10, 2012

Hi Guys, this little video shows my latest project, an autarkic minimalistic Internetradio Streaming Client based on a TP-Link TL-MR3020 mini Wireless LAN Access Point running OpenWRT (trunk). At the moment i am using madplay to play the stream. You can also see some external power source supplying 5V for the device. The TP-Link TL-MR3020 is connected to my Wifi Network. I built a small shell programm that switches the stream, if you press the "WPS" button on the device, so i have at least some variety in music. As you can see, when i press the buton, the streaming client is stopped and on releasing the button it is started again receiving another station. Since the TL-WR3020 only has one USB port, i connected a non-powered USB hub to connect both the USB soundcard and an USB Flash Memory. Since i use the minimalistic madplay software, at the moment even the internal storage of the MR3020 would suffice. Cost is about 30 - 35 Euros (without the battery pack). Comments welcome! Regards, Stefan

Comments • 7

Rachmat Yaya
how to make please, thankss
Masilicondrio Pendorchero
try madplay -a -15 file.mp3
Андрей Халиман
я несколько дней бился над проблемой подвисания но решил ее
Great work! How did u manage to have it connect to your wifi? Would really appreciate it if you shared your settings with me! thx
Daniel Nagy
I did the same (running madplay in OpenWrt of TL-MR3020), but it is noisy to the point of being unenjoyable. I can almost hear what the processor is doing. Do you have the same problem?
Benjamin Choy
any chance of sharing the script for changing tracks?
X Supparerk
What usb sound card ?
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