Did read some posts about installing NAA-image of Sygnalist and thought it was an easy job to do. I have a SD-card of 32 Gb which I could use for this setup. So I started with this easy job but…
Thanks for your fast and helpful answer!!
That was easy and did the job.
This is the result:
Now I’ve got two options extra but don’t know which is the right one. Maybe both are right.
The Raspberry is connected to the Loxjie D30 which is a DAC and headphone amplifier. What should be the best choice?
On this moment (didn’t choose an option) I can’t see in Roon> Settings> Audio this option. Will I see this option after choosing/apply in Config HQPlayer?
But I already did add HQPlayer two years ago for my microRendu-La Rosita.
Should I do this again for this new option? Will both options (microRendu-La Rosita and NAA-Loxjie) continue to exist in Roon> Settings> Audio?
So if I will listen to the naa: Loxjie it will be the zone HQPd-La Rosita. Maybe I should change the naming of that zone. And when I want to know to what I’m listening at I have to look in the Config of HQPlayer what I did chose in the Network Audio Backend.
Correct, if you have only one HQPlayer “server” in your house, just leave the name of that zone in Roon as the original “HQPlayer” name. As I wrote about, you never need to change anything in Roon after that.
In Config web page, you select which NAA you want.
Roon always plays to the same server. HQPlayer will play to NAA you select in Config page.
Jussi might have 5 different HQPlayer servers in his house, for his development work, so then he needs to give each a different name in Roon. In Roon there is nothing at all related to NAA.