I get the RAM difference but when all is said and done, you haven’t been able to answer my questions, take me up on the offer to test a Nuc+ to see if it is in fact the Nuc and have challenged me on my data and observations, disrespected your distributor, I’ve decided to move in a different direction with a company that offers a phone number for service calls and is all over the word “service”
Why should Roon apologize? Somebody else owes Roon an apology.
A dealer sold a customer an inadequate component. Or a dealer capitulated to a recalcitrant customer who wanted to force a square peg into a round hole. And then the inevitable customer support – that the dealer is supposed to handle because that is part of the Nucleus raison d’etre – gets pushed off onto Roon, taking up time and cost.
@WiWavelength- if I need to explain it to you, than this is a longer and more private conversation. REad completely though the thread and hope that answers your question.
Nope, I already have read through the thread.
Both the dealer and you are worthy of a bit of admonishment.
In the end, some distributors and/or some customers may not not be worth keeping.
@WiWavelength- you need the last word so I’m going to grant you that.
Since you said you’ve returned the unit, not much we can do here.
There are a handful of people running 300k+ tracks on Nucleus+ just fine. I’m not sure what your 10k track issue was, but it’s hard to diagnose now.
I’m glad your MBP is serving you well. If you cross about 500k-700k, you may need to switch to Windows – but you have a long way to that.
I’m going to close this out now.
@danny - thanks Danny… great software I must admit and know that it’s going to keep getting better.
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