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RE: Roon Ready vs. JRMC

I was not distinguishing between their internal DSP capabilities since I have not really gotten a handle on that yet.

What I was referring to is that JRiver can apply the DSP to wired (local) output devices (e.g., via S/PDIF, AES/EBU, USB, etc.) but not to networked output devices (via ethernet or WiFi). The latter limitation can be bridged with an appropriate ASIO driver such as is supplied by Merging Technology for the NADAC.

OTOH, Roon can output DSP-processed signals to any connected device, local or networked.

Edits: 06/10/17

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