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LOGITECH Squeezebox Boom Network Music Player £69.97 @ PC World

£69.97 @ PC World
One of the very best network music players at an astonishing price! Read More
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One of the very best network music players at an astonishing price!
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#1
Pick up at store only - I know there is stock at mansfield (notts)
#2
Good luck finding any none near edinburgh
#3
no stock anywhere near me
#4
Or Scotland!

Toob
Good luck finding any none near edinburgh
#5
A great price on something they don't appear to sell :D
#6
It annoys me when stores like Dixons and Argos state no home delivery and do this. It would be a lot easier if they could just state which stores do actually have stock.
#7
Also not available near me is the LOGITECH Squeezebox Duet Network Music System, but a good item, if you can find one:

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/logitech-squeezebox-duet-network-music-system-01064433-pdt.html
#8
Thanks reserved one at Beckton E6.
#9
I've had one of these for a couple of years now and one thing worth being aware of is that Logitech don't provide an out of warranty repair service for these. Within warranty they swap out but if it breaks down after the two year warranty it could well end up being a costly piece of junk.
#10
Call there call centre, got one from bham and 3 in sutton coldfield
#11
RedOnRed
I've had one of these for a couple of years now and one thing worth being aware of is that Logitech don't provide an out of warranty repair service for these. Within warranty they swap out but if it breaks down after the two year warranty it could well end up being a costly piece of junk.


Just wondering, from your personal experience, are these any good? Thanks

Edited By: roister on Apr 27, 2011 16:00
#12
Found a Boom and a duet at separate stores in the NW, fantastic deal thanks for the heads up, providing they are there to collect then you have made me a very happy man, not sure about the wife though !!!!
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good price but very limited stock, have one already and they are very good machines
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roister
RedOnRed
I've had one of these for a couple of years now and one thing worth being aware of is that Logitech don't provide an out of warranty repair service for these. Within warranty they swap out but if it breaks down after the two year warranty it could well end up being a costly piece of junk.


Just wondering, from your personal experience, are these any good? Thanks


Great sound but in my experience they can be a nightmare, ie, if your internet goes down then no radio. Also the software that you have to install on your PC can cause problems. I've had to ring support a number of times and perform things like factory resets on the box and then uninstall and reinstall the PC software - which all has to be done in a certain sequence.

Other than that very good but can be more trouble than they're worth. (_;)
#15
Got the last one at Mansfield. Fantastic piece of kit. Thanks.
#16
got the last one in Wimbledon!!!!!!
#17
Bit of a mixed result for me, got the Duet from Bury store no problems, went to get the Boom and guess what not in stock even though I reserved one !!! Great, the manager is hoping to get one from another store but I am not holding my breath. Any ideas on how the Boom is powered as I have the chance on one without a power adapter??
#18
Pjcity
Bit of a mixed result for me, got the Duet from Bury store no problems, went to get the Boom and guess what not in stock even though I reserved one !!! Great, the manager is hoping to get one from another store but I am not holding my breath. Any ideas on how the Boom is powered as I have the chance on one without a power adapter??


Well you'll definitely need a power adapter.
#19
Same price in Currys, picked last one off shelf from Brixton, also got the Duet for £120.
Thanks to OP.

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