Hi - this is my first post on the forum. I searched for a bit but couldn’t find anything definitive - apologies if this has been covered elsewhere.
I’m putting the finishing touches on passive room treatment in my music room. It’s a very small room, and for the first time, have been really enjoying listening in there as the passive treatments are making a profound difference. I’ve partially fixed a 60 hz null, further aligned L and R frequency response, and greatly optimized reverberation time.
The system consists of two passive speakers and two subwoofers. I will use DSP to xover / integrate the subs / satellites, optimize phase and step response, and to smooth frequency response. I intend to utilize Roon’s ability to upload convolution files.
My question is in regards to an architecture where Roon server will be running in a separate room and communicating with an endpoint in the music room. The server is currently connected to my wifi network. The endpoint can be connected to my router or WiFi (it’s in the same room as the router). I understand best practice is to have everything wired, but is it possible to have the server communicating to a (wired / wireless) endpoint in a multichannel DSP system over wifi? (Note - I don’t yet have an endpoint and have not yet tried this scenario - so I don’t yet have the ability to try it out).
I much appreciate your input!