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I run a i3 right now with M.2 disk and that is fast enough for Roon core, I dont use up-sampling right now but I have plans to build a new dedicated computer just for audio use.
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Sopra 2, Devialet 440 Pro, Cabledyne Reference Silver RCA-XLR Digital Adapter Cable, Supra CAT7+, Cabledyne Premier Silver Speaker Cables, Clearaudio Concept MC, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Mainz POM , Ansuz Darkz D, DIY mains supply with N1XV 3G10, Klangmodul, XY-filter and ELEC IEC connector


Tidal Hifi -> Roon Lifetime -> Signalyst HQ Player -> Devialet AIR3 -> Ethernet -> Devialet 440 Pro

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Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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I wonder if this new feature in Roon ROCK will mean other Linux program only? Perhaps it is to be able to run HQ player.

   
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Sopra 2, Devialet 440 Pro, Cabledyne Reference Silver RCA-XLR Digital Adapter Cable, Supra CAT7+, Cabledyne Premier Silver Speaker Cables, Clearaudio Concept MC, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Mainz POM , Ansuz Darkz D, DIY mains supply with N1XV 3G10, Klangmodul, XY-filter and ELEC IEC connector


Tidal Hifi -> Roon Lifetime -> Signalyst HQ Player -> Devialet AIR3 -> Ethernet -> Devialet 440 Pro

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Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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Interesting. Its always been a very firm 'no' and designed for Roon server only, so that's quite a departure. I wonder how that would work as from what I understand ROCK isn't a mainstream Linux variant, but a low-level appliance like OS that Danny wrote specifically for Roon.

Roon lifetime > Mac mini > AIR ethernet (finally!!! After 2 years!!!!) > Devialet 250 Pro > PMC fact.8
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