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iPeng for dummies?

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Posted on August 31, 2020 at 09:18:02
Jim D.
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Anyone here know if there is a iPeng tutorial for beginners?

I'm making my intro into streaming and over the last few days, I believe my new Raspberry 4 steaming via USB to my Chord Qutest DAC has the edge over the Bluesound Node 2 streaming over coax. I don't like using a laptop to access LMS (using PiCoreplayer) so I'm using iPeng on my iPad. The interface is very important to me. I want something simple but robust enough to explore Qubuz similar or better than what I have become accustomed to using the the BlueSound app. I'm not using music files yet.

TIA,
Jim

 

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RE: iPeng for dummies?, posted on August 31, 2020 at 09:28:18
rivervalley817
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check the link

with regards,

 

see if this works, posted on August 31, 2020 at 09:29:07
bullethead
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as I understand you have LMS, see if Squeezepad works on your apple

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/squeezepad/id380003002

 

RE: iPeng for dummies?, posted on August 31, 2020 at 10:03:04
Cut-Throat
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I've got Ipeng for my iPhone... And Squeeze Ctrl and Orange Squeeze for my Android Phone....

Of the Three, the easiest to navigate is the Squeeze Ctrl, followed by Orange Squeeze. You don't need a tutorial for these Apps... I agree that you need some direction for iPeng. But, if you just start banging on it and using it long enough, you'll finally figure it out.

Every time I set someone up that wants to use PcP with iPeng, I end up having to teach them... And because I don't use iPeng often enough, I have to 're-learn it' - and it is a struggle for sure, every time, as I forget how to run it.






 

RE: iPeng for dummies?, posted on August 31, 2020 at 10:47:23
Jim D.
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Thanks but I did download and print the manual at their site but it is a 10 yr old manual for ipods, version 1.2.1. Screen shots are way out of date. I can always bang around like Cut Throat sugested!

Jim

 

RE: iPeng for dummies?, posted on August 31, 2020 at 10:56:05
rivervalley817
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I would take his advice, or Abe Collins, over many others

with regards,

 

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