Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Roon-Server: NUC7i3DNHE, Win10 Pro 20H2, Roon 1.7 Build 710
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Musical Fidelity M6si with DAC build in connected via USB to Roon-Server (NUC7i3DNHE)
Description Of Issue
I played around with Roon now for several weeks, used different installations of Roon-Server (old PC and Notebooks, always with Win10), several Remote Devices with Android and Win10. For audio I always used amplifier with DAC build in (MF M6si) connected via USB to Roon-Server.
It is a great SW, I really like it and decided to continue with Roon.
To come now to a final HW solution for the living room, I bought a NUC7i3DNHE to run the Roon-Server and connected the DAC of the M6si again direct to the USB.
Everything works fine, beside my main application, listen to music via Roon-Server, USB and M6si.
Roon Audio shows for the core:
- System Output (not activated) there is no analogue output on that NUC
- WASAI (no mame)
That doesn´t change when I connect or disconnect the DAC.
If I connect the DAC to the Remote Notebook, Roon Audio shows
- System Output
- Realtek High Definition Audio
- M6si integrated 24/96 WASAPI No Name
Everything works and music can be played on different outputs (System, M6si) of the remotes.
I would expect the same device (M6si integrated 24/96 WASAPI No Name) for my Roon Server (Core).
In Win10 Device Manager, M6si integrated 24/96 is shown.
The NUC has only USB 3,0, but it works on the notebook with USB 3.0 as well.
Do I need special drivers? Musical Fidelity doesn´t deliver a special USB driver for USB and it works when connected to the notebook.
Anything els I can do to get it running?
Thanks for your help