FAQ: What's volume leveling?
Roon analyzes your music files using the ReplayGain algorithm. Roon also uses volume leveling information provided by TIDAL for their streaming content.
If volume leveling is enabled, Roon will automatically adjust the volume to maintain a consistent loudness from track to track. This can be enabled from the queue, by clicking on the "gears" icon on the right.
Introduction Volume Leveling automatically adjusts the playback volume in order to maintain a consistent level regardless of the source material. Many people have Volume Leveling enabled all of the time as a way to minimize the need for manual volume ...
FAQ: Why is Roon converting to PCM?
The most common reasons why DSD is converted to PCM are: The audio device isn't reporting DSD support to Roon The audio device isn't configured to support DSD playback Volume leveling or Crossfade are enabled for the current zone Features in the DSP ...
What is Audio Analysis and how is it used? During audio analysis, each file in your library is analyzed in order to extract information about their audio content. Data extracted during audio analysis is used for several purposes: Volume Leveling ...
FAQ: How can I achieve the best quality output?
Start with lossless or high-resolution content, and stream it to a high-quality endpoint that supports the content's native resolution. You can read more about the endpoints we support here. During playback, you can use the Signal Chain feature to ...
FAQ: Where can I set a crossfade?
How To Configure Crossfade You can set a crossfade of 0-10 seconds from the Zone Picker. Click the current zone on the right side of the bottom bar, then in the pop-up window click the speaker icon followed by the gearwheels icon to display the Zone ...
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