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    Re: ROON using a NUC

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingsrule View Post
    Borrow the Rossini clock from ur dealer....
    Once I get very familiar with the unit and get it updated with the final MQA release I will borrow a clock. My dealer says he has one with my name on it.
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    Re: ROON using a NUC

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I will be selling the Roon Nucleus. That's what I would get.


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    Hi Mike,
    Do you know how does one rip cd to a Nucleus? My macs don’t have cd drives!
    thabks
    paul

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    Re: ROON using a NUC

    Quote Originally Posted by jussy1254 View Post
    Hi Mike,
    Do you know how does one rip cd to a Nucleus? My macs don’t have cd drives!
    thabks
    paul
    If it has internal storage, you could use a USB CD drive. $20-50 at BestBuy/Amazon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    If it has internal storage, you could use a USB CD drive. $20-50 at BestBuy/Amazon.


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    thank you for your mega quick reply. That’s what I was fearing. It’s the reason I end up disliking digital/computer files and stick to cd and vinyl. Too much hardware and not a clean clear minimal,solution...
    at my business I have a Weiss Man301 server that rips cds in flac direct;y to my NAS. At home I have a Laufer ‘the memory player’ (latest version) that has done away with the cd rom drive. It’s a pain.
    i was thinking perhaps that buying a Sonictransporter 8tb and connecting via Ethernet to my Soulution 560 DAC would be the way to go. The soulution accepts DLNA
    the 8TB has an onboard cd reader and 8TB of space plus carries roon ..

    I’m lost as I would like a SIMPLE one box easy to use solution
    yourcadvice and help are great;y needed

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    Re: ROON using a NUC

    I hear you , always appear to be about the newest software/dac/cables of the month and last month setup is crap circular discussions .

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    ROON using a NUC

    Quote Originally Posted by jussy1254 View Post
    thank you for your mega quick reply. That’s what I was fearing. It’s the reason I end up disliking digital/computer files and stick to cd and vinyl. Too much hardware and not a clean clear minimal,solution...
    at my business I have a Weiss Man301 server that rips cds in flac direct;y to my NAS. At home I have a Laufer ‘the memory player’ (latest version) that has done away with the cd rom drive. It’s a pain.
    i was thinking perhaps that buying a Sonictransporter 8tb and connecting via Ethernet to my Soulution 560 DAC would be the way to go. The soulution accepts DLNA
    the 8TB has an onboard cd reader and 8TB of space plus carries roon ..

    I’m lost as I would like a SIMPLE one box easy to use solution
    yourcadvice and help are great;y needed
    There is an all-in-one unit from a brand called SilenZio.

    I have not seen or heard it but have read lots of good things about it, including customer service.


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    Re: ROON using a NUC

    Quote Originally Posted by jussy1254 View Post
    thank you for your mega quick reply. That’s what I was fearing. It’s the reason I end up disliking digital/computer files and stick to cd and vinyl. Too much hardware and not a clean clear minimal,solution...
    at my business I have a Weiss Man301 server that rips cds in flac direct;y to my NAS. At home I have a Laufer ‘the memory player’ (latest version) that has done away with the cd rom drive. It’s a pain.
    i was thinking perhaps that buying a Sonictransporter 8tb and connecting via Ethernet to my Soulution 560 DAC would be the way to go. The soulution accepts DLNA
    the 8TB has an onboard cd reader and 8TB of space plus carries roon ..

    I’m lost as I would like a SIMPLE one box easy to use solution
    yourcadvice and help are great;y needed
    Sonictransporter does offer a one box solution called the AP8 withe a 8TB drive and built in cd drive for loading your files. I have no idea how good it is.

    When I need to burn a disc to one of my servers I just plug in my USB drive to my MacBook Pro and move it over from there. It was Very simple.
    Jim

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