Thrax Enyo & Maximinus Mk.2 - Roon Ready Certificated


Thrax Audio is proud to announce that the Enyo modular audiophile system and Maximinus Mk.2 DAC have received Roon Ready certification from Roon Labs. Roon is a rich and engaging way to browse, organize, and listen to music. Artist photos, credits, bios, reviews, lyrics, tour dates, and composers are located automatically, then interconnected by links to build a surfable digital magazine. Roon is also a multi-room, multi-user networked audio platform, it offers features such as bit-perfect playback, PCM upsampling, multichannel support, and Signal Path display.

What does it mean to be Roon Ready?


Roon is an incredibly rich and engaging way to browse and organize your music. It runs on most Mac, Windows, and Linux PCs, or on other products which include Roon Core. Being Roon Ready means that Thrax Audio streamers transparently discover and connect to Roon without any configuration, and bit-perfect audio is delivered from Roon to the Thrax streamer. Together, Roon and Thrax deliver the power, flexibility, and performance of networked audio, with the easiest setup and highest reliability available. 


About Thrax Audio


Thrax Audio has been building unconventional state of the art audio components for more than a decade – combining the industrial strength of the latest technologies with classic tube designs to create a full range of products like no other. A precise and focused approach, with a high-level workmanship applied to all products from the interlocking swallow-tail inspired alluminum housings, to  circuits completely isolated from interference with separate transformers for each operation, a naturally modular design in result, key protection circuits, microprocessor control and the list goes on. A small production line where every device is honed and fine-tuned to perfection with exceptional attention to detail.​

About Roon Labs 


Roon transforms the experience of browsing music. Artist photos, credits, bios, reviews, lyrics, tour dates, and composers are located automatically, then interconnected by links to build a surfable, searchable digital magazine about your entire music collection. 

Roon also links all of your personal files with the millions of tracks available on TIDAL and Qobuz, so you can start with the music you know, then explore and discover new music from the world beyond your collection. Roon runs on most Mac, Windows, and Linux PCs as a server, with an Android or iOS smartphone/tablet used as a control point. 


For more information and to try Roon for free visit roonlabs.com