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Any love for RompЯ? "a music player with the emphasis on discovery"

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Good to that it's a Spotify client. Doesn't appear to support Tidal however
 

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I've been meaning to get this set up at home with Mopidy as the server.

https://fatg3erman.github.io/RompR/

It looks to be a pretty feature rich alternative to Roon, but there is very little discussion about it on most of the regular audio enthusiast sites..
I could not find any info on what formats/resolutions it will handle or whether it supports multichannel files.
 

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Hard to compete with Roon with free software. Likely their metadata is just showing Wiki or something which is not as good as what Roon has.
You might be surprised: there are a handful of current freeware/freemium applications (client, server, and standalone player) that access Last.fm, MusicBrainz, Discogs.com, and Wikipedia for their metadata and biographies, and these services are very comprehensive. They present this in a very user-friendly manner as well. However, their data mapping may not be as extensive as Roon's.
 
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Read the smug install.txt, decided it wasn't for me.
 

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