27. April 2016 at 23:03 #19986
Therewith you could compete with SONORE Sonicorbiter SE, see http://www.sonicorbiter.sonore.us
I assume that Roon Server might need more powerful hardware than Raspberry Pi, but perhaps the ODROID XU4 will do. If yes, this should be considered as well.
Regards12. Februar 2018 at 15:44 #33961
another vote for roon integration
it should be very easy for you guys to implement the roon bridge service and add a control on the webgui to enable / disable it
i installed the roon bridge manually in ssh and the service runs perfectly in background
only thin i need to do sometimes is kill / stop the squezelite when squezllite is still using the soundcard
whenever squezlite is not using the soundcard, roon bridge works automaticly and only uses the soundcard when streaming from the roon core9. März 2018 at 23:08 #34306
It is already quite easy to use M2P based raspberry in a Roon sytem: simply switch on LMS compatibility in your Roon core and all SB players (incl. Squiezelite) can be used as Roon endpoints.
I’m currently testing this setup and it works fine.
I’m however not sure yet if I want to make the jump to a Roon based setup. LMS + Squeezelite players + iPeng remote app is still unbeatable in some aspects.
I don’t get it… how can a 10 year old system still beat all those systems out there like BlueSound, Linn, Naim and the likes in terms of usability? And even more incomprehensible: why has almost no hardware manufacturer used the LMS platform to develop their system on? I only know of Bryston who did this…
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