Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
MacBook Pro with 10.15.7 running Roon 1.7 with Core 1.7 on DiskStation
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Mobile Stax Amp SRM-D10 connected through USB-C
Description Of Issue
I recently started listening to Roon on my MacBook using my mobile Stax SRM-D10 amp connected through USB-C. The problem is, unlike my Naim NDX 2, Roon always “forgets” about that device after a restart. Roon only lets e select my MacBook speakers and my NDX 2 but not my D10.
I need to re-enable the device including labeling and applying my preferred DSP settings which is partcularly annoying.
Why is that happening and is there a way to save my audio device setup?
Hello @GalaxyGlider, and thanks for your report! Are you seeing this consistently after a reboot? Also, has this always happened with this device? Have you tried it with another remote?
thanks for your reply. This happens after every reboot. Roon recognizes the device in my Audio setup but I have to enable and label it before it can be used as an audio zone. DSP settings also reset and need to be re-enabled for that device.
On my iPhone or iPad I can see the device but also would have to enable it before I can use it as an audio zone. To further explain the SRM-D10: It is a mobile amplifier that can connect to a computer or mobile device using USB. In USB-mode (it can also do line-in) it is recognised as an audio device by my Mac and also as a new audio device by Roon but always as a new device.
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