Antipodes Audio S30 and Bryston BDA-3 DAC : both of them hardwired connected to the internet through Ethernet CAT8 cable using a D-LINK DGS 105 Ethernet switch, and connected together through a USB cable.
Connected Audio Devices
Antipodes Audio S30, Bryston BDA-3 DAC
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
My Bryston BDA-3 DAC does not appear in the Audio tab. I can only see the Antipodes S30. If this audio device is activated the Bryston BDA-3 DAC does not receive any signal. I have a trial license of Roon but I cannot use it before resolving this issue.
Thanks for the screenshot, it looks like you’ve got the output handled correctly.
The Antipodes S30 is a Roon Ready device—it should appear in the Settings > Audio screen in Roon as it is in your screenshot. It will not expose the Bryston (or any connected DAC) separately like a normal computer would.
Based on the information at hand, I’m unsure how Roon could be causing this behavior. There’s nothing I could tell you to do or try to fix this—it should just work if you’e set the output correctly.
If Roon was having an issue sending the audio stream to the S30, it would throw an error. It would also throw an error if the Linux subsystem on the S30 told Roon that there was a problem.
Something is happening in-between the S30 and the BDA-3 that is causing it to not lock onto / not receive the incoming audio.
Antipodes support is best positioned to help you figure out what’s going on here.
I hadn’t seen your reply before sending my last message. I am going to contact Antipodes support but before that I want to make sure that I understood you correctly: it is perfectly normal that the BDA-3 (like any other DAC behind the S30) does not show up in the list of audio devices. Is it correct?