How to set up your Cabasse Pearl device
To use the Roon Tested Cabasse Pearl line of products with Roon, you must add your device as an "accessory" in the Apple iOS "Home" app. Here's how you can do that:
- Open "Home" app on your iOS device
- Tap the "+" button
- Tap "Add Accessory"
- Tap "More options"
- Tap on the name of your Cabasse Pearl device
- Pick the room that your Cabasse Pearl device is located in
- If desired, give the speaker a different name
- If desired, add automation to automatically stop iOS playback to the speaker when leaving your home
- Tap "Done"
Once you have added the device in the "Home" app, all you need to do is enable the Cabasse Pearl in Roon. Go to Settings > Audio, enable the device, and enjoy your favorite music.
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