Roon finally makes finding music – both in your home library and Roon’s supported streaming services – almost as easy and intuitive as grabbing an album off the shelf.
Roon is a peerless streaming platform that appeals to those with a thirst for cross-referenceable metadata, an eye for aesthetics and an ear for music re/discovery.
Nucleus wins Audiophilia’s “Product of the Year” award!
“In HiFi terms, a digital front end of somewhat modest investment but one that will stand the test of time.”
Roon creates a simplified and seamless listening experience that lets users spend less time worrying about the mechanics of music playback and more time learning about music, artists, and production. Count me in as a firm Roon believer.
If music is your passion and you want to gain deeper insights into your favorite recording artists’ influences and collaborators, Roon is worth every cent.
A resounding success, Roon adds significantly to your listening pleasure and is highly recommended.
Roon imbues depth, character, and interconnection to your music collection. It allows for rediscovery.
Amazing new UI with beautiful typography reminiscent of a Rolling Stone magazine. Great pics and vivid colors.
Roon’s hi-fi benefits are obvious, but pros might be surprised to learn that Roon offers a host of features that they can use to their advantage.
I find the new Roon to be an even more comfortable place to hang out, listening to music, and – my favorite feature – discover.
1.8 has made what was already a useable and slick interface into a more vital and immersive way of discovering music.
Roon is an incomparably powerful tool for journeys of musical exploration and discovery
There is no question that it’s the best choice if you utilize multiple streaming platforms like Tidal and Qobuz.
Roon is the best way I know to discover the music you own and the music you don’t.
You’re going to want to sign-up and take Roon 1.8 for a test drive to see what the fuss is about.
Version 1.8 brings more intelligent music discovery, deeper personalisation and a redesigned, modern interface.
If you like Roon, there’s no doubt you’ll love the Nucleus….the Nucleus is audio’s Top Gun!
Roon has revolutionised how many of us interact with our digital audio libraries in the high-end audio space.
Finally, all the music you love is at your fingertips 24/7 and everyone can use it.That’s true freedom of choice.
When the right choices have been made, everything feels effortless—and that was the first thing I noticed about Roon: how good it looks, and how natural it feels... nothing short of amazing.
The integration with Roon-Ready devices is plug-and-play, and the interface is years ahead of anything else on the market.
Roon is what Apple's iTunes should have been.
This is the must-have software for hardcore music fans.
Roon knocks most apps into a cocked hat… Best in Class.
If you are looking for a plug and play Roon server solution that’s nicely made, good looking, and price falls in line after these considerations, a Roon Nucleus is for you.
Roon NUCLEUS and Roon NUCLEUS+ systems are designed as ready-to-go solutions; no computer or network knowledge is required.
The Nucleus is the best choice for anybody who has a large CD collection and utilizes multiple streaming platforms.
"…it’s the more advanced solution, for complex or high-end environments and for lightning-fast handling of larger music libraries."
“… think of the Nucleus Plus as a digital consumer appliance, quiet as a church mouse, feeding and streaming bit perfect files across your home network. ”
These are purpose-built solutions meant to completely replace PCs or laptops, and feature a dedicated Linux-based version of the Roon OS.
There is no question that it’s the best choice if you utilize multiple streaming platforms like Tidal, and Qobuz and want to use Roon exclusively.
Nucleus proved to be a superior Roon server giving me everything a dedicated computer running Roon could do.
Nucleus Servers are custom-built for music and can devote ALL their resources to ensuring music delivery without slowdowns, gaps, or loss of quality.
They connect to our stereo only digitally via USB (DAC), they are silent and faithful to our commands.