Roonbridge is software that can be run on computers or similar hardware devices turning them into Roon endpoints, look at it as a cost effective DIY approach. It can run on Intel or arm devices such as the raspberry pi solid state computers that support a Linux based operating system. Its not really designed to be installed on existing audio kit, although it’s feasible if the CPU and sound card etc is supported by the bridge software and you can work out how to install it on the device. If your a novice to such things you could easily break kit and render it useless. Your much better off either changing the entire kit for something that supports Roon if really want it or just not bother with Roon at all. If your Raumfeld speakers have audio inputs then you could build low-cost endpoint on a Raspberry pi with a DAC board and feed it in.
Hi there, I’m totally new to Roon. Installed Roon just this morning on my Mac running core. It was a blast. A monkey can do this. And guess what. My older Raumfeld Connector just popped up as an endpoint. Just by itself. I can play music via the Raumfeld Connector. I was pleasantly surpised. Also the artwork plays simultanously on the tv via Chromecast. Can’t get it working on a desktop browser though. I have to look into that more. So yes, you can use Raumfeld Connector playing Roon. I think just not with the better Roon Ready sound. For my two weeks test it works. My next step is getting the Argon Solo. Have fun.
Cool. So I’m lucky with a Gen2 Teufel/Raumfeld then. Using Roon and Raumfeld it plays just like using Spotify connect (doh!). Gonna order the Argon today. Playing around with Roon for several hours now convinced me to take the next step. Hope it sounds better then the Raumfeld Connector. That device was ahead of it’s time for sure. Rock Hard.