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We use FedEx or USP. We can send to P.O. box
Roon Labs LLC
Seller · September 2, 2020
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Yes it does. I just installed a Samsung 2.5" SSD into the Nucleus and it was very easy.
nestor e perea
· January 16, 2020
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Check with Roon the site has an extensive FAQ.
nestor e perea
· September 12, 2020
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mz17327
· July 8, 2020
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No you do not. Mine is on all of the time (on a battery backup). Since the Roon Nucleus is a CPU you do not need another Computer unless all of your media is on your PC. You do need an audio device that is a Roon ready music streamer to go into your audio system. I did put all of my music on a SSD which is plugged int… see more No you do not. Mine is on all of the time (on a battery backup). Since the Roon Nucleus is a CPU you do not need another Computer unless all of your media is on your PC. You do need an audio device that is a Roon ready music streamer to go into your audio system. I did put all of my music on a SSD which is plugged into the Roon Nucleus. This works fantastic among with Tidal. I use an Apple iPad to control the Roon. see less No you do not. Mine is on all of the time (on a battery backup). Since the Roon Nucleus is a CPU you do not need another Computer unless all of your media is on your PC. You do need an audio device that is a Roon ready music streamer to go into your audio system. I did put all of my music on a SSD which is plugged into the Roon Nucleus. This works fantastic among with Tidal. I use an Apple iPad to control the Roon.
Glock
· September 12, 2020
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I believe this is the 2nd. Email Roon for the differences.
Glock
· October 12, 2019
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Yes a subscription is required.
nestor e perea
· May 1, 2020
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In Roon lingo, the Nucleus is a "Core". It's a device that houses your instance of the Roon software that manages your music library and streaming service subscriptions. If you aren't using Nucleus, you would need to set up a Core on a Mac or PC of some kind. A Roon Endpoint is a "Roon Ready" network player that hav… see more In Roon lingo, the Nucleus is a "Core". It's a device that houses your instance of the Roon software that manages your music library and streaming service subscriptions. If you aren't using Nucleus, you would need to set up a Core on a Mac or PC of some kind. A Roon Endpoint is a "Roon Ready" network player that have Roon’s high-resolution streaming technology RAAT built in. Roon will discover them on the local network and deliver the highest possible quality audio via streaming. Check to make sure your particular DAC is Roon Ready if you wish it to be an Endpoint. However, you do not need a Roon Ready endpoint to enjoy Roon or use Nucleus. The Nucleus has both USB and HDMI outputs to directly connect to any DAC. Yes, it can pass native DSD to your DAC. It can also convert DSD to PCM for DACs that do not support DSD. see less In Roon lingo, the Nucleus is a "Core". It's a device that houses your instance of the Roon software that manages your music library and streaming service subscriptions. If you aren't using Nucleus, you would need to set up a Core on a Mac or PC of some kind. A Roon Endpoint is a "Roon Ready" network player that have Roon’s high-resolution streaming technology RAAT built in. Roon will discover them on the local network and deliver the highest possible quality audio via streaming. Check to make sure your particular DAC is Roon Ready if you wish it to be an Endpoint. However, you do not need a Roon Ready endpoint to enjoy Roon or use Nucleus. The Nucleus has both USB and HDMI outputs to directly connect to any DAC. Yes, it can pass native DSD to your DAC. It can also convert DSD to PCM for DACs that do not support DSD.
Barry N Wacksman
· May 22, 2020
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Raspberry pi is underpowered for transcoding so that is not really a choice. You can 100% use another server. The debate on if this will outperform a similar traditional server is pretty nuanced - check out part-time audiophile or another site for opinions.
Amazon Customer
· August 29, 2020
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Kind of a silly question
Earl Strickling
· May 1, 2020