FAQ: How can I see what I've played the most?
In Roon it's easy to see the tracks and albums you've played the most!
To see the albums you've played the most, go to the album browser and click the Focus button to bring up the Focus pop up. From the Most Played dropdown, focus on your top 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 most played albums.
The same feature is available from the tracks browser, so you can easily find the tracks you've played the most.
FAQ: Getting a "Playback failed" error
My DAC is showing “Playback has failed due to playback parameter negotiation with the audio device”. What’s wrong? The Roon Test Lab is located deep inside a mountain, hidden behind a giant skull, and filled with some of the finest audio equipment in ...
FAQ: What's Radio and how does it work?
What is Roon Radio? Designed from the ground up with machine learning technology, Roon Radio can play a mix of your favorites along with music from beyond your library, using the vast catalog of music from TIDAL and Qobuz. Roon Radio makes ...
FAQ: Why did all my zones disappear?
If your zones are not showing up in Roon, or all of your audio outputs are gone, it typically indicates: A networking problem is interfering with Roon's ability to communicate with your zones. Review our network best practices for tips on ensuring ...
FAQ: How can I tell if Roon has identified my album?
If Roon has failed to match your album automatically, you'll see the word Unidentified on the album's detail page, like this: Searching For a Match To search for a match, start by clicking Unidentified. If you're trying to improve or correct an ...
FAQ: What's the best way to configure my NAS for Roon?
If your media storage or backup location isn't directly connected to your server machine, you'll need to add that location over the network. Whether you're using a NAS, Windows, or Mac machine for storage, adding these locations is easy as long as ...
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