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    預設 Roon可用NAS直接跑了

    http://kb.roonlabs.com/Roon_Server_on_NAS

    Roon Server on NAS


    Roon Server requires more a powerful processor than most media servers due to the architecture of our Core. Historically, most NAS devices have not been powerful enough to deliver a first class experience with Roon, but an increasing number are becoming capable.
    Less powerful NAS devices can also work for smaller collections, although they won't perform as well as systems that meet our recommended specifications.
    Why would anyone want this?

    If you already have a capable NAS and you don't want another machine in the house to run as the brain of your audio system, running Roon Server on your NAS can be a great solution. If you have a large amount of content, a NAS can be a convenient and secure way to store it, especially if you have other personal media (photos, video, backups). Another benefit is that NAS operating systems can provide RAID mirroring, which provides fault tolerance. However, remember that RAID mirroring is not an alternative to backup.
    Why wouldn't someone want this?

    NAS devices are electrically and mechanically noisy, not optimized for high performance audio, and not especially powerful (for their cost). With the arrival of 6TB and 8TB drives, most people no longer need a multi-disk NAS in the home because all their music can be stored on a single drive, and less expensive machines for running your audio system exist.
    Which NAS devices are supported?

    Most QNAP and Synology devices with a 64-bit Intel CPU and at least 2GB RAM are supported.
    We strongly recommend 4GB of RAM and an SSD for the Roon databases. Your music files can be on spinning disks, but ideally the Roon database should be on an SSD. This one optimization can provide the single biggest improvement to Roon’s performance and user experience.
    Note: If your NAS does not have a free slot for an SSD, you can use a SSD via an external enclosure connected via eSATA or USB 3.0. Anything 64GB or larger should be fine -- extra space will not help you any. In mid-2016, you can buy a 128GB USB 3.0 SSD on Amazon for under $60. The gain in experience is absolutely worth the $60. An upgrade of RAM can be done on many devices; check your NAS device’s manual.

    What is the ideal NAS configuration for Roon?

    The NAS family we recommend as of mid-2016 is the QNAP TVS-471 with an Intel Core i3 or i5 and 4GB of RAM.
    An optimal NAS configuration:


    • 1 bay with a small SSD (120GB, about $40 right now) for the Roon Server install and the Roon database
    • 2 bays with 6TB drives, RAID1 (mirrored)
    • 1 bay with 6TB drive for weekly backup off the mirrored set

    Why this works so well:


    • The SSD gives you fast performance for Roon. We advise against running Roon's database on a spinning disk.
    • The dual 6TB mirrored drives give you fault tolerant storage for music, which allow for about 15,000 CD quality albums.
    • The third 6TB drive gives you a periodic local backup of your music. Remember, RAID is fault tolerance, and not backup.

    The whole thing is under $2k and pretty awesome to stuff in a closet or rack away from your listening room.
    If you require more music storage (or storage for something other than music), go with a TVS-671 or TVS-871, which have more drive bays. On these platforms, use a similar configuration as noted above.
    What is a Roon database? Where are the music files stored?

    Roon stores its metadata and indexes in a custom database built for performance. This database is populated by Roon when it identifies your music files. It lives separately from your music files, and for performance reasons, it is highly recommended that the Roon database be on an SSD instead of a spinning disk. Your music files can be stored on spinning disks with no consequences to performance.
    The database files are internal to Roon, and should not be manipulated.
    Normally, if your music files are on the NAS’s drive, you would access them with smb://host/share or \host\share syntax. However, since the files are local on the NAS, which is where your Roon Server is running too, you can use the local paths for better performance. See the install guide below on how to pick the right local path.
    What will happen if Roon Server runs on a slower CPU (such as Atom or Celeron)?

    Roon Server uses a lot more CPU than any other audio software. You can read about why we have a Core and why it requires so much more CPU than other software here.
    While Roon Server will work fine on these slower CPUs, consequences of running on them potentially include:

    • Stuttering or dropouts in audio playback
    • Slow response for searching
    • Slow loading of artist, album, composer, and work pages
    • Longer startup and connection times for remotes
    • Slower audio analysis for normalization/crossfading/other
    • Slower import of new music

    Overall, the experience will not be as good as it can be. You can fix this by running on a better suited CPU, such as an Intel Core i3 or i5.
    What will happen if the Roon database runs on a spinning disk (non-SSD)?

    Roon database performance is impacted most by the media the Roon database is run on. We don't run Roon databases on spinning disks, and neither should you. Will it work? Yes. Will you have the best Roon experience: NO. Everything will be noticeably sluggish if you run on a spinning disk.
    How does this install differ than a normal Linux install?

    The NAS's operating system is not general purpose, but the Roon Server software for your NAS is the same as the standard Linux Roon Server, so there should be no difference in functionality.
    As with any Linux installation, support for Native DSD output is contingent on having a kernel + ALSA library that supports it.
    How do I install Roon on my QNAP or Synology NAS?

    This project was a collaboration between the Roon Team and a member of the Roon community: Chris Rieke!
    Chris had started working on the Synology version of Roon Server on his own, so we contacted him and arranged to work together on these projects. Chris will be involved in the maintenance and support for both of these NAS packages in the future.
    You can find installation instructions and download links to the packages on his site.

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    預設

    Apple in talks to acquire Jay Z's Tidal, Dow Jones reports


    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/06/30/apple...g-sources.html


    Spotify vs. Apple7 Hours Ago|01:41


    Apple is exploring buying Tidal, a music-streaming service run by rap musician Jay Z, sources told The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.

    The acquisition, alongside Jay Z's portfolio of popular musicians and friends, would beef up Apple Music, sources told the Journal. Still, the talks may not result in a deal, and the terms of the deal are unknown, the Journal said.
    A Tidal spokesman denied that Tidal executives had held talks with Apple, according to the Journal. Apple declined to comment to CNBC on the report.
    At $19.99 per month for its high-fidelity version and $9.99 for standard sound quality, Tidal focuses on richer, "lossless" musical sound. It has said it has 4.2 million paying subscribers, according to the Journal.
    But the company has seen turnover among executives, the Journalreported.
    Such an acquisition would come as Apple has invested more deeply in its music platform, announcing a redesign at a developers' conference earlier this summer. Apple Music debuted one year ago, after Apple had purchased Beats Electronics, founded by rapper Dr. Dre the year prior.
    For more on Apple and Tidal's potential tie-up, see the full story at WSJ.com.
    Clarification: The article has been updated to reflect the different price points for Tidal's service.
    — CNBC's Josh Lipton contributed to this report.

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    Roon現在可以把iPhone/iPad當成endpoint,把iPhone/iPad接個蘋果原廠的Lightning 對 USB 3 相機轉接器,在以USB線連上DAC,就可以把iPhone/iPad當成便宜有帶螢幕的streamer了!

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    那我就接收aries g2

    我從使用 Tapatalk 的 ONEPLUS A3000 發送

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    確實方便.....

    我從使用 Tapatalk 的 ONEPLUS A3000 發送

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    預設

    500收


    從我的iPad使用Tapatalk 發送

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    How to setup iPhone/iPad as Roon endpoint:


    Get a Apple Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter.
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    Connect USB cable between the adapter and your DAC.
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    If you DAC USB port doesn't provide enough power (such as my Esoteric K-01), an error message will pop up.
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    In such case, use the extra lighting port on the adapter to connect to your iPhone/iPad power supply. In such setup you can charge your iPhone/iPad at the same time.
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    Now the system is ready for playback.
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    iPhone/iPad shown as a Zone in Roon Remote App
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    Tidal Masters playback. The app can show the signal pass.
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    DAC displays the right spec (48KHz)
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    NAS Hi-Res files playback and signal pass.
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    DAC displays the right spec (88.2KHz)
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    If your DAC support DSD, choose DoP in the Roon Device Setup menu.
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    NAS DSD files playback and signal pass.
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    DAC displays the right spec (DSD)
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    If your DAC doesn't support DSD, choose Convert to PCM option.
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    DAC displays as 384KHz.
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    For multi-channel DSD files, Roon will remix channels first before the signal entering your DAC.
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    That's it. Enjoy!

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    張董,我英文不好內


    從我的iPad使用Tapatalk 發送

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    張董轉接頭我買不起耶....

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