As always, I learned from you. I did not really imagine that this would work, and think back at all the wasted hours last year trying to get some kind of streaming mix to work. And it turned out the least expensive was quite effective. Thank you and Bill for your help.
They had one kit – for $ 69. But it had an interesting little keyboard. So, rather than wait for Amazon to deliver on Tuesday, I decided to pay a bit more make it this afternoon’s project. I do thank you, though. I wouldn’t have known where to start with the hardware. The existence of the kit made things approachable.
May I ask a dumb question, please, since I know you know the answer?
I’ve done my best to tweak the DSP settings as recommended in the kb. However, if I simply want to fiddle with the treble, or in a rare case, bass, settings on the fly, just one did eons ago, how on earth does one do it on Roon?
A few days on, I have a little follow up question please, if I may. It might well be my head playing tricks, but I seem to detect a small, but present background hiss – sounds like the trace of power transmission cables. Is there a way to tune this out? Reading around, I found recommendations for HATs to fix this problem. Does the method work? And where do I get one that I can easily attach to this Pi?