Roon Core Machine
Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 5.15.4-051504-generic x86_64), Mac Pro 2013 (trash can), 3.5 GHz 6-core Intel Ivy Bridge-EP Xeon E5-1650 v2 with 12 MB L3 cache, 16gb (four 4 GB) of DDR3 ECC at 1866 MHz (up to 60 GB/s)
Roon version 1.8 (build 1021)
Ropieeexl 1.8 (build 943)
Networking Gear & Setup Details
Unifi UDM Pro–>Unifi USW-Lite-8-PoE–>Ethernet port on Mac Pro
Connected Audio Devices
Burson Audio Conductor 3XR connected with USB Audio 2 ALSA drivers
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
Burson DAC/headphone amp is connected to the Mac Pro (running Ubuntu) and shows in the audio list (settings->audio)
Power off Burson DAc/headphone amp and device disappears from the audio device list (as expected):
Power back on the Burson DAC/headphone amp and device reappears in the list of devices but shows as “device not found”:
Click on the gear wheel and try reconnection - device connects ok.
Expected result is that the DAC is both recognised (it is) AND reconnects automatically (it does not)
Hi @John_Maton ,
Are you still seeing this behavior in Roon 2.0? Do you notice the issue when you are in the regular MacOS environment? Your setup is a bit on the #tinkering side since you’re running Ubuntu on a Mac, but I’d be curious to know if anything has changed since your post.
Apologies, Just packed up all of my equipment for a move to another country. It will be a few weeks before I can test the specific setup again. I will report back when I get my Mac Pro delivered.
I have made the same experience: Connect my ifi DAC via USB to my Mac Pro and my headphones and configured and named that audio device – everything is working as expected.
After shutting the DAC off und trying to reconnect it later on, I have to reconfigure it. Roon should remember this device, but it doesn’t.
Core 2.0 and Roon client 2.0
To just enter a data point, my DAC doesn’t need reconfiguration after a power cycle.
Win 11 autologin, Roon 2.0/1128 server autostart, SMSL M300MkII with XMOS ASIO driver, directly connected via Intona USB Isolator (same behavior with all prior Roon versions).