- Aug 15, 2020
I’m still not able to communicate with you. When I said I stopped JRiver I gave you my reason which is no longer using local media. I didn’t say Roon cannot handle local media or not good at it. It handles both local media streaming the same.@sarumbear I mainly dropped with online streaming so it's useful to me like last winter snow. I do use local network streaming most of the time and JRiver shines there with embedded interface, full DSP tool chain and such. The reason for dropping online streaming; is lack of local or lesser known music, not complete catalogues for most authors, bad materials and such. I agree Roon is much better regarding integrated streaming services but I don't need it for that, not even if I returned back to it as I have streamer integrated in my amp (MusicCast) which still works better and simpler to me than round, around solutions.
Now answer me how will you integrate ISO 226 2003 in Roon?
What I’m saying is you are missing the music part of the music playback and concentrating on playback only.
Meanwhile, why do you want to integrate ISO 226? It’s not a standard about listening music! This is what its abstract says. Emphasis is mine.
The specifications are based on the following conditions: the sound field in the absence of the listener consists of a free progressive plane wave; the source of sound is directly in front of the listener; the sound signals are pure tones…