Installing Roon on Linux
Overview Two packages are available for Linux: Roon Bridge and Roon Server. There is no real purpose to running Roon Server and Roon Bridge on the same machine, since both provide identical access to audio devices. That said, doing so should not ...
Roon Advanced Audio Transport (RAAT)
What is RAAT? RAAT (Roon Advanced Audio Transport) is the backbone of Roon's audio distribution technology. It is designed to support a wide range of software and hardware applications without format support restrictions or quality compromises. It ...
Why can't Roon Remote Connect?
If you’re running Roon in remote mode and having problems connecting, here are some troubleshooting steps to get you going. Additional Troubleshooting Firewall Roon should be able to connect with your firewall enabled, but some users have reported ...
What is Roon Server? In terms of our Architecture, Roon Server packages provide Core and Output functionality. Why would you want to use Roon Server? Roon Server is a software package that provides a “headless” Roon install. Headless simply means ...
Minimum Requirements See the FAQ: What are the minimum requirements? for more information about the hardware and software platforms supported by Roon. Installing Roon on macOS Download the .dmg (Disk image) file from our downloads page. See Software ...