@Tategoi Has your Original d’Atelier been upgraded to the “Pro” configuration? If no, you might have applied the wrong firmware. I say this because your other implementation of the Original d’Atelier via Ethernet looks fine in the screenshot.
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We have in our showroom Devialet Expert 1000PRO, a 440PRO and 140PRO, updated Roon to latest build 401 and updated Expert PRO’s to DOS2.2.4-13.1.3, have had “Uncertified” and no line art for any of the devices since the update.
Have just shut down and unplugged all units, left for a couple of minutes.
Reconnected and all units are now certified complete with line art.
While it works well, I’m still seeing the Uncertified message on my Devialet Expert 140 Pro CI. Both Devialet and Roon have latest updates installed (and uninstalled and reinstalled). As recently as today, I’ve restarted all components, iMac/Roon Core, router, and Devialet several times and restarted in different sequences with the same results.
Yes, I disabled the Air instance right after the RAAT update from Devialet and have not enabled it since, so it’s been off through several reboots.
I have not disabled the AirPlay instance though. Should I try that?
It’s really last hope, but I would try disabling everything in Roon audio settings, then rebooting your server, router and Devialet. The unregistered indication was persistent with me too, but in my case doing this finally cured it.
This is how I did it with my 250 too. I did leave my network running but turned off the amp (unplugged it from the wall), disabled all audio devices in Roon and restarted the Roon NUC. I then booted the amp and with the amp up and running I re-enabled it in Roon and all was fine…
EDIT: sorry the amp must be disabled in Roon while it is present on the network before turning it off. Otherwise it will not show in Roon…
Hmmm, still no luck. Here’s the sequence I followed:
With all devices on, I disabled all devices in Roon
Quit the Roon app on the iMac core
Unplugged the Devialet
Restarted the iMac
Launched Roon (no Dev showing as it’s still unplugged)
Powered on Devialet, immediately showed in Roon networked devices as RAAT, Air and AirPlay, all still disabled but still showing Uncertified
Enabled RAAT version of Devialet but still showing Uncertified
The system actually works well, so it’s not an operational problem, but it bugs knowing that Uncertified flag is there in the background.