Roon Core and Remote specification recommendations
Recommended Core Hardware The Roon Core is the heart of your library. The hardware needed for your Core machine can vary based on a number of factors, such as library size, number of simultaneous zones, and DSP use. Before diving into specifics, it ...
Start with a Roon Core
What is the Core? The Core is media server software that runs on a powerful computer, NAS, or turnkey appliance (like Nucleus or ROCK), located on the network within your home. (For more information on how it fits in with Control and Output ...
Roon Optimized Core Kit
Let's first explain what Roon OS is, and then we can talk about Roon Optimized Core Kit. Roon OS is a custom Linux based operating system, tailored for running Roon Server and providing a best-in-class, appliance-type user experience to host the Roon ...
FAQ: Which zones can I control remotely?
What kinds of outputs can I control remotely in Roon? You can use Roon to remotely control any zone, including: Outputs connected to your Roon Core Outputs connected to devices or computers that are running Roon as a remote Outputs connected to ...
Why can't Roon Remote Connect?
If you’re running Roon in remote mode and having problems connecting, here are some troubleshooting steps to get you going. Accept Remote Connections The first thing to confirm is that your main Roon install is set up to accept connections from ...