Turnkey Roon Nucleus+ Music Server Makes Streaming a Breeze, Organization Paramount, and Plug-and-Play a Reality: Features Hyper-Fast Processing, Multi-Room Capability, and 8Gb RAM
Make your life simpler and music experiences more exciting with the plug-and-play, hyper-fast Nucleus+ music server from Roon Labs, renowned throughout the audio industry for its innovative software. Designed to act as the centerpiece of a high-end multi-room system with coverage to more than five zones, and incorporating a Linux operating system based around an Intel Nuc board, Nucleus+ connects to your network and can be controlled via your phone, tablet, or computer. No configuration necessary. No PC or NAS drive needed. You can install an internal hard drive or SSD for content storage, add an external USB drive, or keep your music on a NAS. To enjoy playback, just connect a USB DAC or stream to the countless array of Roon-ready players – including AIrPlay devices and models from Bluesound, NAD, and PS Audio. Anchored by an i7 chip, 128Gb OS SSD, and 8Gb RAM, the fan-free Nucleus+ can be placed problem-free in a rack system. Gigabit ethernet, 2x USB 3.0, Thunderbolt 3, an internal bay, extensive DSP, and an external power supply come standard on a server that can handle libraries with more than 120,000 tracks – and which means there's no longer any excuse not to enjoy the unique, intuitive experience that is Roon. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.
(Please note: Nucleus+ does not come with a Roon license, which can be purchased separately.)
“For those who, like me, don’t want to go the hair-shirt, DIY route to networked audio, the fit’n’forget functionality and routinely excellent sound quality of Roon Labs’ Nucleus+ through both of the DACs I used it with make it an easy recommendation.”
—John Atkinson, Stereophile
"What has surprised me most is the sense of solidity, integrity, and instrumental qualities and character that I have been hearing. At long, long last, the whole streaming experience is now fulfilling the musical potential we always hoped it would."
—Chris Thomas, Hi-Fi+