As of iOS 14+, Roon needs permission for Local Network in iOS settings. You should be prompted for this when launching Roon, but if you ever need to adjust these settings after the initial launch you can go to the iOS Settings app, select Roon, and set Local Network to Yes.
If your iOS devices are not connecting to your server machine you should check these permissions as a first troubleshooting step.
MUSE - Precision Audio Control: Speaker Setup
Speaker Setup is part of Roon's MUSE suite. For more information on accessing MUSE, see here. Speaker Setup is not included in MUSE for ARC. Speaker setup helps correct inconsistencies in speaker placement or sensitivity. For example, if the speakers ...
AirPlay Roon has excellent support for most AirPlay devices out there. Sometimes small adjustments may be needed to cope with new devices as they reach the market. If you're having trouble with a particular AirPlay device, take a look at our ...
Before the Roon team started Roon, many of us worked for Meridian Audio. While we were there, we designed and built their network streaming protocol, and worked to implement it across the Meridian/Sooloos product line. As a result, we are in a unique ...
Getting Started Step 1: The first thing you should do is turn off any Logitech Media Server (LMS) instances running on your network. Roon's Squeezebox functionality works by emulating LMS--if LMS is running on your network, devices may find and ...
Airplay Setup & Troubleshooting
I'm having problems with Airplay -- help! Setup To use an Airplay device with Roon, first make sure Roon is running on the same network as the Airplay device. If you are running supported Airplay devices on the same network, they should appear on the ...