Control4 and Roon

Control4


Note:  Roon provides Control4 drivers for use with the Nucleus and Nucleus+. These drivers require a Nucleus or Nucleus+, and are not compatible with Roon cores running on other platforms.

Overview

  1. Browsing of Roon’s Library and Music Services from Control4
    1.  Library
    2. TIDAL
    3. Qobuz
    4. Search
    5. Playlists
    6. Genre Browsing
  2. Control of Roon’s zones from Control4
    1. Transport controls
    2. Now Playing information
    3. Volume/Mute controls
    4. Standby
    5. Zone Grouping 
There are two drivers: the Roon Core driver, which uses several AVSwitch proxies and manages the connection to the Nucleus, and the Roon Zone driver, which uses the Media Service Proxy (MSP) and Amplifier Proxy to manage a single output device.

These drivers are compatible with Control4 version 2.9.1 and above.

  1. Zone Driver
  2. Core Driver
  3. User Manual

Release Notes

Build 12

  • Fixed: Volume control on Control4 OS3
  • Fixed: Playback commands when multiple zones are grouped
  • Added: HDMI blinding to audio/video zone driver output

Support

Visit the Home Automation section of our community site.

Control4 Interface



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