Logitech Squeezebox Boom for £149.98 (FREE DELIVERY) at Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Logitech Squeezebox Boom

It's a rather natty all-in-one wireless streaming music player take a look at reviews:
http://whathifi.com/Review/Logitech-Squeezebox-Boom/
http://www.trustedreviews.com/multimedia/review/2008/10/14/Logitech-Squeezebox-Boom/p1

If you fancy taking the plunge then there's a tidy £50 discount available from Amazon until June 21st so get your skates on.

All you have to do is enter voucher code:
SQUEEZE4
at the checkout stage and a new price of £149.98 is all yours.

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For access to music on your computer use SqueezeCenter with the minimum system requirements:
256 MB RAM and 80 MB available hard disk space
Ethernet or 802.11b/g wireless home network
Broadband Internet connection required for Internet radio and music services

With any of the following operating systems:
Windows® XP/2000/NT, Windows Vista®, 733MHz Pentium
Macintosh OSX 10.3.5 or later
Linux/BSD/Solaris (Perl 5.8.3 or later)

Technical Specifications
¾-inch (1.9 cm) high-definition, soft-dome tweeters and 3-inch (7.6 cm) high-power, long-throw woofers
Bi-amplified design with high performance signal processor, class D amplifiers and digital crossovers
Stereo XL technology widens the sound stage beyond the physical boundaries of the speaker
6-button presets allow one touch access to favorite radio stations and playlists
7-day alarm clock
Infrared remote control
Bright, high-contrast VFD display with ambient light sensor and automatic dimming
Built-in 802.11g wireless with dual internal antennas
10/100Base-T Ethernet port
Line-in via 3.5 mm stereo jack
Headphone/Subwoofer out via 3.5 mm connector
Plays MP3, AAC, WMA, Ogg, FLAC, Apple lossless, WMA lossless, WAV, and AIFF music files
Connects to your home network to access music stored on your computer via SqueezeCenter, and Internet radio and music services via SqueezeNetwork

Package Contents:
Squeezebox Boom network music player
AC adapter
Wireless infrared remote with battery
Quick-start guide
2-year limited hardware warranty
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#1
Hot deal - These really are a great bit of kit.
#2
I was wondering why Amazon had put the price up - now we know.
#3
Ordered yesterday and arrived today :)
#4
This 50£ discount has been on and off for a while now. Great deal. Ordered one a few days ago!

:thumbsup:
#5
According to a review here it was £129 back in march (not sure if that was delivered or not)

http://whathifi.com/Review/Logitech-Squeezebox-Boom/UserReviews/

So not exactly the best deal.
#6
It's a great device, I love mine. The last time the offer was on the standard price was £179 so they've bumped it back up to the full price of £199 for this time. Though during the last offer it dropped as low as £154 so some people got one for £105.. JEALOUS!
#7
Great price, not much higher than they seem to go for on eBay
#8
Does this work natively with Windows Media Player / Media Center or do you have to use Squeezebox software on the PC? I currently have a Roku / Pinnacle SoundBridge Radio which will talk direct to WMC.
#9
IT Troll
Does this work natively with Windows Media Player / Media Center or do you have to use Squeezebox software on the PC? I currently have a Roku / Pinnacle SoundBridge Radio which will talk direct to WMC.


According to discussions here:-

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/11/20/review_music_player_logitech_squeezebox_boom/comments/

It doesn't seem to support UPnP, so you have to install Squeezebox SW on any PC/NAS you want the squeezebox to stream from. Not imppressive on a 150 quid box IMHO.
#10
Showing as £199.00 to me now :x Was looking to buy 1 (at least) of these :x
#11
Wardy
Showing as £199.00 to me now :x Was looking to buy 1 (at least) of these :x


Tried putting the code in? :thumbsup:
#12
Fab piece of kit, ordered mine last night with the voucher.
Bought boombox and a duet a few months ago, but sent the duet back as not as good as the boombox. A good price too... heat added!
#13
A great sounding of kit - and got mine earlier at the lower price :-)

Plenty help and advice on the forum
http://forums.slimdevices.com/forumdisplay.php?f=25
#14
sh33n
According to a review here it was £129 back in march (not sure if that was delivered or not)

http://whathifi.com/Review/Logitech-Squeezebox-Boom/UserReviews/

So not exactly the best deal.


But the best deal you'll find on it today.

Lots of electronic stuff was much cheaper back near the start of the year - the government policy of debasing the pound might have stimulated some exports but it's making imported stuff a lot more expensive than it would otherwise be.
#15
so how does this connect to my pc? i havent got broadband at home but my pc has bluetooth etc what d need in send the info from pc to this device?
#16
Hot. Hell if it was £200 it would be hot. Anyone with an itouch or iphone make sure to check out the ipeng application. Use it for your squeeze box, fantastic. I was deliberating over a duet or boombox but then read up on ipeng. Obviously, you need the hardware but hey, if you already have it, go for the boombox.
#17
There's a controller app for Android/Google phone too (SqueezeControl).

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