About the project
Pi-Dial consists of two Python programs that can be used with a Raspberry Pi to control Zone 2 of a Denon audio-visual receiver (AVR). You will also need 16x2 LCD display and two rotary encoders. Grogu not included. For more information you can read my series of blog posts over 2021 creating
You can view the source code on Github.
- Control the volume of Zone 2 using a rotary encoder
- Change the input source of Zone 2 using a rotary encoder
- Mute the receiver by pushing the button on the volume rotary encoder
- Use the LCD display to show the current input, volume, and mute status
systemdservice files included to start the programs at boot
- 3D Printer STLs included (unfortunately, the CAD file has been lost)
- Originally inspired by the Media Dial project on Adafruit by the Ruiz brothers
- The denonavr project originally created for Home Assistant
- Way too many tutorials and guides on how to program rotary encoders and the LCD screen. A special shout out to Adafruit for all of their project ideas and documentation.
- The RPLCD library, which is used to interface with the LCD screen. This library was a last minute addition replacing a different library I was having issues with.
- My best friend who wishes to remain nameless for designing the CAD files for the enclosure.
- Last, but not least, my wonderful wife, who fixed the list problem mentioned in the Notes above.
_* Grogu not included_