I have Core on an iMac that’s wired to the LAN. On my MBPro I have Roon installed as a remote. It’s connected by a strong WiFi to the LAN. Roon on my MBPro shows the database (I can browse the albums) but I cnnot control the core as RoonRemote complains about a missing AudioDevice. Simultaneously the core plays music nicely with no complaint.
(1) Yes it worked before even though I don’t remember the date of the last time it worked. One change may have been the supplemental Security Update (2016-003) that Apple issued. Of course on and off there is new software being installed or removed.
(2) I did now and it is the same symptoms as with WiFi. It connects to the core and I can browse the library, it even suggests discoveries, but I dont see what’s playing and there is the ‘stupid’ question for selecting a zone.
(3) I did, even after uninstalling all related files and .prefs
(4) Sorry, I don’t want to do this because I don’t want to get into a completely new install of everyhing on my main machine.
Hi @WKW ---- Thank you for the follow up and taking the time to answer my questions. Both are appreciated. Before I ask to gather some logs from you, I would kindly like to ask you to verify something for me.
The iMac you are trying to control from your MBP, does it have a DAC or any other device attached to it that you are trying to use for playback OR are you trying to play out of it’s internal sound card?
Hi, seeing the flood of new posts, I am glad to report that my MBP does now recognize the core on my desktop (both running Roon 2.3). It may have been that private zone was enabled on the core, or maybe not. Anyway it works.
Anyway, my iOS iPad doesn’t work yet at all even with the latest app. I hope there’ll be a solution soon.