Dear Intel Community,
I have a Nuc5PPYH wich controls my teleskop mount and cameras in my observatory.
The access is made by remote desktop. I´m trying to get the nuc to play the audio on my tablet. That is quite important for getting warning tones from the astronomik software when an error occurs. As far as I understood the nuc only makes audiosignals via plugged in devices. My quetion now is there any chance to make the nuc sending audio to the tablet? (I lost the remote cable
Yea, you might need to have a HDMI "monitor" to ensure that you have audio via Remote Desktop. With no monitor to connect to it, you might need to have a dummy monitor to ensure that this happens. Here is an example: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FB8GJ1Z.
Hope this helps,
Hi Scott (hope that´s right)
meanwhile I found a solution that works for me. I just connect an small hands-free device via bluetooth with the nuc. A HDMI Monitor is not the thing you want to have standing outside with the telescope.
Next step is that I´m modifying the nuc´s bluetooth and wifi antennas to increase the range.
For my purposes I think that this solution fits best.
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