Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Roon Rock on Intel NUC i7. OS V1 build 227; Roon Server V1.7 build 610
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Synology D-218+ over ethernet; Modem Netgear Nighthawk X10 R9000
RP4/HiFiBerry Digi+ Pro running HiFiBerryOS. —> Via Optical or Coax --> Schiit Bifrost II Multibit DAC or Schiit Modi Multibit --> DIY Headphone Amp/ Pre-Amp Noir or DIY WHAMMY Pre/HA --> either Audeze LCD-1 or DIY AMP CAMP AMP --> DIY Vifa Speakers or Zu Audio Omen DWs.
Description Of Issue
The volume of the system is low. At 100% on the volume control it plays slightly below normal listening levels. My Roon system is working perfectly on a similar system differing only be being an RP3 running DietPi. I can take the same equipment and cables to the RP3 system and all the components and cables tested one-by-one play insanely loudly on the earphones or the speakers. I am confident this is not a network problem, a Rock problem or a problem with any of my audio chain except possibly the RP4 HiFiBerry HAT and OS.
I have tried Fixed and Device Controlled Volume control. I have looked at every configuration control on the Roon set-up. I can’t figure out if a volume limit is being set somewhere. DSP is off, Volume leveling is off. Under Device Volume the Set Limits are Min 0, Max 0, and Comfort 0. I do not see an option for DSP volume on this system as I do with the RP3 system. A this point I am totally confused. I feel like this is a software problem but I haven’t managed to find the right place in the software to fix it. I also feel like I am over-looking something simple and obvious. I don’t think this is a Roon software problem–all other nodes are working beautifully–I think it’s a user problem or a RP4/HiFiBerry problem but can’t figure out the next step even after reading the user forums.