Firmware Update

Roon Nucleus: now with ripping-option

The two music servers "Nucleus" and "Nucleus+" from Roon can now also rip CDs thanks to the latest firmware update.

All you need is to connect a standard CD/DVD/Blu-Ray drive via USB. The inserted CDs are automatically read in the background and copied to the optional internal hard disk or connected USB memory. Roon monitors this folder and automatically adds each imported album – complete with metadata from the Roon database – to the library. The "Nucleus" with Core i3 processor and 4 GB RAM costs 1500 Euro, while the "Nucleus +" with Core i7 and 8 GB RAM costs 2600 Euro.

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