Leema Streamers Now Roon Ready

Posted on 16th September, 2020

Leema Streamers Now Roon Ready

Leema Acoustics is preparing its streamers to be Roon Ready.

Leema has upgraded its streaming products to feature Roon playback. Several products are primed to benefit from the upgrade including the company’s recently launched Stream IV streaming CD player ($4,750), Elements Streamer ($2,600) and Quasar streaming amp/DAC, which will all now ship Roon Ready. The company’s Sirius streaming music server is already compatible. 

Leema Roon Ready

The Roon upgrade comes as part of a software update for mconnect, Leema Acoustics’ recommended DLNA/UPnP control point app. As well as Roon Readiness, the update also brings gapless, and DSD playback, improved operational performance and more. 

Leema Roon Ready

New products will ship with the update, and those with existing streaming products can grab the update right now. Leema Acoustics has provided comprehensive details of how to install the update here, plus the company’s dealer network is also happy to assist.

Leema Roon Ready

Commenting on the new software upgrade and addition of Roon, Leema Acoustics’ Andy Moore told StereoNET

Roon is growing in popularity with music lovers globally. Therefore, it makes perfect sense for Leema Acoustics to add compatibility across the full range, plus as a side effect of adopting the latest core code, we can also perceive a subtle step up in sound quality, regardless of the chosen audio stream.

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