@support I did not change anything in my system but the Transport : Device in Use continues to come up blocking everything. I run from Windows 10 Devialet Air Play to a Devialet 220. I am on a beta software for the Devialet but the system was working yesterday. I believe there was an update to Roon
I did a reboot on my Devialet including configuration and no longer get the Transport issue. But now I have 2 new issues:
from my computer I cannot play Roon direct to my computer via Airplay. It will play through my computer
If I pause Roon on my computer via the zones icon, I can play from my I pad to the Devialet but then I need to physically set to air
I would recommend you click on the settings icon next to the “Unnamed” AirPlay zone for your Devialet and disable it. As @DrTone mentioned, you cannot combine outputs of different types in Roon. However, I cannot think of a reason why you would want to use AirPlay instead of the “Devialet Air” protocol built into Roon itself (it is confusing, but “AirPlay” is different than “Devialet Air”, even though the device can support both protocols).
I have made the changes suggested see attached picture. I continue to have no sound from my computer/Roon to my Devialet the only sound comes out of the computer. However now when I try to play through my i-pad I get the “Transport: Device in Use” on my i-pad.
What is a bit scary on this is that I did not change any settings when the issue happened. I did use the March 23rd beta release of the Devialet software but it worked fine the first day and then the second is when it did not start up. I switched back to a version I knew worked. Hopefully if this happens again to myself or someone else it should be a quick fix.