Hi @DonTorbiera hmm, you could check to make sure the audio device is set correctly. From the dashboard for the device, open a terminal session to the
bluetooth-audio container and run
aplay -l. You should see something like the below:
This only confirms the driver is loaded, as this will still display as per my screenshot even if you don’t have the DAC connected.
The next thing you can try is within the same terminal as above, run
bluetoothctl. You should then be able to see your phone or laptop connecting. After you connect you should be able to see
[CHG] Device <mac address> Connected: yes, and see the device turn off disacoverable and pairable. Then if you disconnect you’ll see it turn discoverable and pairable back on.
It would be good to know if you hear the connect/disconnect noises out your speakers when you connect a device. If you don’t I’d be concerned that either the DAC or connection to your stereo is not working. To test this even further, from the same terminal you can run
speaker-test -t wav -c 2, and you should hear a voice saying “front left, front right” out the corresponding channels.
Let me know how it goes!