New Uniti range gets Roon Ready update

I don't know what you mean by the "bridge option seems to have passed "?

To try Roon I'd suggest a Pi with a HAT which gives SPDIF output. 

I have hifiberry ones on my various Pi and they are not shabby at all. Sometimes toslink gives surprisingly good results as all RFI is eliminated. Does limit you to 96 but for as many who upsample there are a multiple who don't. Roon's main selling point is its GUI and metadata  

Google allo digi one for another option. 

Digital front end is one area that for not much outlay (relatively) you can have a lot of fun, finding what you like best. 

.sjb

Sloop John B posted:

I don't know what you mean by the "bridge option seems to have passed "?

To try Roon I'd suggest a Pi with a HAT which gives SPDIF output. 

I have hifiberry ones on my various Pi and they are not shabby at all. Sometimes toslink gives surprisingly good results as all RFI is eliminated. Does limit you to 96 but for as many who upsample there are a multiple who don't. Roon's main selling point is its GUI and metadata  

Google allo digi one for another option. 

Digital front end is one area that for not much outlay (relatively) you can have a lot of fun, finding what you like best. 

.sjb

Sorry, for while I think Small Green Computers (may be wrong on this) made a interface box that would allow Roon integration with the classic Naim gear i.e. NDX etc. I'll check out the Pi options. Thanks John.

M

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