Roon Core Machine
|Processor|Intel(R) Core™ i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz 3.00 GHz|
|Geïnstalleerd RAM-geheugen|8,00 GB (7,84 GB beschikbaar)|
|Type systeem|64-bits besturingssysteem, x64-processor|
|Pen en aanraken|Pen- of aanraakinvoer is niet beschikbaar voor dit beeldscherm|
||Windows 11 Pro
|Build van besturingssysteem
||Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22000.318.0
Networking Gear & Setup Details
I have a Ziggo Netherlands (Provider) based wifi network in my house.
Connected Audio Devices
- The music DSD and Flac is located on a Synology NAS.
- Roon converts it to 24 bit 64bit float.
- Volume normalising -4.8 dB
- Headroom -3dB
- Resample to 48kHz and 24 bit
Number of Tracks in Library
about 45.000 tracks
Description of Issue
I recently installed Roon on my Windows 11 PC. All works fine when I chose an iPad or my Lumin streamer as outputdevice. Great!
Whem I stream to my Bluesound Node i or my Bluesound Node 2 the sound is not stable. Now and then I hear a kind of flutter in the music. A sound like a needle skipping a few grooves of an LP.
I’ve tried all the different settings of Roon I could think of but nothing helps.
I had this problem with my node 2i at first. I no longer have the node so I can’t go in and look at what I turned off but there is a feature in the node to do something with clocking (I think). I turned it off and and it fixed the problem.
You may have to a search but there are a couple of threads regarding this.
From memory reindexing solved it it think even though Roon wasn’t using BluOS. Sounds daft I know….
I’ve had this issue with node2 forever,thought I was imagine it,little hiccups in the music,I complained to bluesound about it ages ago
I deleted the BlueOs library and indeed it is’t that annouying anymore, weard, but not completely gone. Any more steps?
I‘ve deleted the Bluesound library and after some days I can say that definitely helps. Thanks a lot lot for this weird tweak.
I also do not have a Bluesound library anymore, and use it with Roon and sometimes Tidal connect or a Chromecast audio (into the optical input)
No problems at all now, and connected via Ethernet.
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