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Qobuz Sublime + available (hires streaming)
#11
Indeed a shame Roon cannot connect to Qobuz. If they made that happen, I would jump in. Without Qobuz I won't.
Devialet 400 - Linn Akurate DS/1 - Audio Physic Virgo 25 Plus - MIT Matrix 28s - AudioQuest Diamond - Crystal Cable Reference Digital - Shunyata Research ΞTRON Alpha Digital and ΞTRON Z PC-10 powercords - Qobuz Sublime
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#12
They can't make it happen because Qobuz don't want it to happen. Sadly.

Roon lifetime > Mac mini (Core) > Allo DigiOne > BNC ( >AES via Neutrik) > Devialet 250 Pro > PMC fact.8
 >>> Fingers crossed for a RoonReady Core Infinity and the death of AIR...... here's waiting for October (or November, or December....  Big Grin ) <<<
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#13
(19-May-2017, 03:12)ssfas Wrote: I've used Qobuz Sublime for 2 years via Aries, and with a 250 Pro that I got in January.

I never even bothered with Air, first tried it in March and it didn't work very well.

Upgraded to Sublime+ today (my subscription was almost due for renewal anyway) and streaming up to 24/96 for several hours from  my MacBook pro via Air wifi and not a single glitch.

Why not playback Sublime+ from the Aries itself ?
Mac Mini ----> Audioquest Diamond USB ---> Devialet Expert 250 ---> AudioQuest Meteor ---> Focal Scala Utopia
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#14
(28-May-2017, 08:07)Emerald Wrote:
(19-May-2017, 03:12)ssfas Wrote: I've used Qobuz Sublime for 2 years via Aries, and with a 250 Pro that I got in January.

I never even bothered with Air, first tried it in March and it didn't work very well.

Upgraded to Sublime+ today (my subscription was almost due for renewal anyway) and streaming up to 24/96 for several hours from  my MacBook pro via Air wifi and not a single glitch.

Why not playback Sublime+ from the Aries itself ?

I didnt have my iPad handy so tried streaming direct from my MacBook. Aries does not have an OSX app yet. Was curious abought the wifi performance.

Qobuz announced a long time ago that it was not interested in becoming part of Roon, but would develop its own features. It has achieved that with booklets and plenty of metadata. As I listen mostly to classical, it was the online booklets I was after.
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