Hi looking to purchase the new Anthem processor does the roon have any ETA for their certification on this unit?
You won’t get any information from Roon one this, it’s down to the manufacturer to comment should they wish to.
I know it’s frustrating to wait … but it could be tomorrow it could be never.
My advice, for what it’s worth, would be not to purchase a device based on a promise of what it might be.
Half truths and lies abound in these waters. Take Carl’s advice.
I have had success using Roon with older Anthems by using the HDMI out of a Nucleus into the Anthem. You also get the benefit of ARC.
I would expect the new Anthems to behave the same, although when I get my MRX 740 I will be using RAAT and ethernet to connect once that is available.
While I’m pretty new to Anthem (received a new MCA525 gen 2 and 4 months waiting the AVM70…) I believe that such a reliable brand couldn’t clearly advise such a compatibility without ever releasing it… It would be a massive drawback (and open to legal claims as well).
Covid has slowed down all the hardware and software development, but I’m confident Anthem will get back on track. Hopefully
PS: anybody out there with news on this?
I hope you are right. It has been six month since “Roon Ready” has been implied in their advertising. I wonder just how long it takes to garner the actual “Roon Ready” status.
Still waiting… hoping to have it by september (such as my AVM70, that’s not arrived as well).
One thing I’d like asking the Roon community - meanwhile - is if the Anthem, once “Roon Ready”, will be able to play my multichannel DSF files that I bitperfect-ripped with my Oppo 105: I have an extensive 60+ SACD library that I would like to listen in digital, without using anymore the Oppo 105, both multi-channel (better) and stereo versions.
Is the Roon client expected in the Anthem (as any Roon Ready client, I presume) able to perfectly play my DSF files? (I’ll install Roon Core on my Synology DS1019+ NAS)
Still no news from Anthem… But… anything on the above? (DSF stuff…)
Meanwhile I’ve seen I’d have to use a docker solution within my NAS.