What kind of processing does Roon do to my audio?

FAQ: What kind of processing is Roon doing to my audio?

You can see what kind of processing, if any, Roon is doing to your audio by clicking the yellow/green/purple light at the bottom of the screen:


This displays the Signal Path window, which describes the path that audio takes through Roon all the way from the source to the output device.

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