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Innuos Zenith ripper/streamer
There are a review of the "Statement" that shows pictures of the inside online now.

http://www.the-ear.net/review-hardware/i...dio-server

And a special section regarding the PSU.

http://www.the-ear.net/how-to/power-supp...-statement.


   

   
Main system
TAD D1000mk2, TAD M2500mk2, TAD CE-1, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Darkz D-TC
Tidal Hifi -> Roon ROCK on NUC -> Netgear GS108 -> SOtM sMS-200ultra Neo -> USB -> SOtM tX-USBultra -> USB -> DAC
HD Plex PSU (4 rail for ISP fiber, router, switch and NUC), 2x Paul Hynes SR4 PSU (for sMS-200ultra and tX-USBultra)

Second system
Tidal Hifi -> Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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(25-Jan-2019, 14:40)GuillaumeB Wrote:
(25-Jan-2019, 08:09)ssfas Wrote: So I'm new to all this since Qobuz is now on Roon:

Options seem to be:

1. Innuos ZenMini Mk III +2TB SSD + LPSU                 = £1,448

2. Zen Mk III + 2TB SSD                                            = £1,999

3. Roon Nucleus + power supply + 2TB SSD                 = £2,400

4. Small Green Computer Server + 2TB SSD + SBooster = $1,600   (cheaper to import even with VAT/duty)

????

I bought a SonicTransporter with 1GB SSD from Small Green Computer a year or two ago and have always been very pleased with this. I bought a cheapish PSU from MCRU to go with it, not that I'm sure it ever made much of a difference but it was inexpensive. My ST sits in my study next to a switch, and then it's 20M of Cat7 to my listening room switch. It feeds off a completely separate electrical circuit.

I have been considering going to the latest i5 or even i7 which would give me more DSP options, but what I have now works great. 

Guillaume


Do you use it as a Roon server for the totaldac ?


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(29-Jan-2019, 10:32)no32 Wrote:
(25-Jan-2019, 14:40)GuillaumeB Wrote:
(25-Jan-2019, 08:09)ssfas Wrote: So I'm new to all this since Qobuz is now on Roon:

Options seem to be:

1. Innuos ZenMini Mk III +2TB SSD + LPSU                 = £1,448

2. Zen Mk III + 2TB SSD                                            = £1,999

3. Roon Nucleus + power supply + 2TB SSD                 = £2,400

4. Small Green Computer Server + 2TB SSD + SBooster = $1,600   (cheaper to import even with VAT/duty)

????

I bought a SonicTransporter with 1GB SSD from Small Green Computer a year or two ago and have always been very pleased with this. I bought a cheapish PSU from MCRU to go with it, not that I'm sure it ever made much of a difference but it was inexpensive. My ST sits in my study next to a switch, and then it's 20M of Cat7 to my listening room switch. It feeds off a completely separate electrical circuit.

I have been considering going to the latest i5 or even i7 which would give me more DSP options, but what I have now works great. 

Guillaume


Do you use it as a Roon server for the totaldac ?


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Yes, the TD d1 server is Roon Ready. 

Guillaume
Industry disclosure: UK distributor for Shunyata Research

Absolare Integrated Signature v2, totaldac d1 server with additional external power supply, totaldac d1-seven, Echole PSU for Totaldac, Wilson Audio Sasha 2, Shunyata Research cables, Shunyata Triton v3 + Typhon QR + DPC-6 v3, Various Entreq ground boxes and cables, Entreq Athena level 3 rack, SOtM sNH-10G with sCLK-EX + 10MHz Master Clock input + sPS-500 PSU, i5 sonicTransporter w/ 1TB SSD

UK
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Hi, Anyone out there with an Innuos using the new firmware/DOS and Roon over USB?

When I look at the signal path in Roon on my iPAD I see RAAT next to Zenith but not next to my Devialet, and also in The Roon/Settings/Audio I see Roon Ready on my Ethernet connection but not USB.

I not sure what to expect, and I am a bit confused Dodgy

Thanks

Graham
Innuos Zenith MK II running Roon, D1000 Pro CI, Shunyata Denali, Venom and Delta power cords, and Shunyata interconnects and speaker cables , PMC IB2SEs. 

Marantz SR7012, OPPO BDP 105D, PMC OB1s (Rears), PMC Twenty C (Centre).
                                 
South East Wales, UK
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(13-Feb-2019, 18:41)Carcrashboy Wrote: Hi, Anyone out there with an Innuos using the new firmware/DOS and Roon over USB?

When I look at the signal path in Roon on my iPAD I see RAAT next to Zenith but not next to my Devialet, and also in The Roon/Settings/Audio I see Roon Ready on my Ethernet connection but not USB.

I not sure what to expect, and I am a bit confused Dodgy

Thanks

Graham

RAAT works over network connections. Wifi and ethernet are network connections, USB is a direct connection. Roon uses RAAT to communicate with the USB output of your Zenith but Innuos is responsible for communication over USB to the Devialet and it doesn't use RAAT to do that.

Swap to the ethernet connection and the signal path will show that Roon is communicating with the Devialet using RAAT.
Roon Nucleus+, Devilalet Expert 140 Pro CI, Focal Sopra 2, PS Audio P12, AQ Vodka ethernet, Kimber Select speaker cables, Shunyata Alpha NR and Delta EF power cables power cables, Grand Prix Audio Monaco rack, RealTRAPS acoustic treatment.

Brisbane, Qld, Australia
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(13-Feb-2019, 21:50)David A Wrote:
(13-Feb-2019, 18:41)Carcrashboy Wrote: Hi, Anyone out there with an Innuos using the new firmware/DOS and Roon over USB?

When I look at the signal path in Roon on my iPAD I see RAAT next to Zenith but not next to my Devialet, and also in The Roon/Settings/Audio I see Roon Ready on my Ethernet connection but not USB.

I not sure what to expect, and I am a bit confused Dodgy

Thanks

Graham

RAAT works over network connections. Wifi and ethernet are network connections, USB is a direct connection. Roon uses RAAT to communicate with the USB output of your Zenith but Innuos is responsible for communication over USB to the Devialet and it doesn't use RAAT to do that.

Swap to the ethernet connection and the signal path will show that Roon is communicating with the Devialet using RAAT.

That explains it, thanks very much
Innuos Zenith MK II running Roon, D1000 Pro CI, Shunyata Denali, Venom and Delta power cords, and Shunyata interconnects and speaker cables , PMC IB2SEs. 

Marantz SR7012, OPPO BDP 105D, PMC OB1s (Rears), PMC Twenty C (Centre).
                                 
South East Wales, UK
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Does anyone have experience how the Innuos servers behave in the case of a power outage? With the older generation LIV Juke NAS I needed to have a keyboard and a monitor available because the NAS could never boot after one.
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(15-Mar-2019, 09:15)ekal Wrote: Does anyone have experience how the Innuos servers behave in the case of a power outage? With the older generation LIV Juke NAS I needed to have a keyboard and a monitor available because the NAS could never boot after one.

The Innuos has 2 modes; power on (white LED) and operational mode (coloured LED). In the event of a power fail the Innuos drops back to the power on mode and requires a button push to go back into operational mode....takes about 10-15 seconds to initialise.
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(15-Mar-2019, 12:06)Blackmorec Wrote:
(15-Mar-2019, 09:15)ekal Wrote: Does anyone have experience how the Innuos servers behave in the case of a power outage? With the older generation LIV Juke NAS I needed to have a keyboard and a monitor available because the NAS could never boot after one.

The Innuos has 2 modes; power on (white LED) and operational mode (coloured LED). In the event of a power fail the Innuos drops back to the power on mode and requires a button push to go back into operational mode....takes about 10-15 seconds to initialise.

Thanks, good to know!
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