I am new to the community and this is my first time writing.
I’d like to know if anyone knows if the Roon engineers are working to implement a full interface for ROCK that can be viewed on a screen other than a tablet. That is, now, if you don’t have a tablet, for example, you can’t adjust the parametric equalizer settings since, due to space limitations on a mobile phone screen, you can’t. And, if you have a laptop, you can’t manage it either because ROCK is headless.
If the best option for Roon is Nucleus or installing ROCK on a NUC, why do you have to be forced to buy a tablet as well?
(Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!)
Not really following you here.
Why can’t you use the laptop as a Roon remote so you could then have same equalization access as you would on a tablet.
You don’t need to be almost sure, the Roon software package is designed to act either a Core and control or as a remote/client for your desired Core.
Once you have installed the correct package for your choice of computer, you will need select your Core when you start Roon and unless you disconnect from that Core it will automatically connect to it if it is available on your network.