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Logitech Wireless DJ Music System £39.63

£39.63 @ Play-Asia
* LCD screen on remote: The backlit display makes it easy to browse through your entire music collection, play exactly what you want, and see what's playing. * DJ List: View and control the curre… Read More
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* LCD screen on remote: The backlit display makes it easy to browse through your entire music collection, play exactly what you want, and see what's playing.
* DJ List: View and control the current list of songs that you've selected for playback.
* Intuitive controls: Use the clickable scroll wheel to quickly navigate through large lists of songs, and press to select.
* "DJ List Add" button: Use the dedicated "DJ List Add" button to add songs to a dynamic "Now Playing" listeven while the music is playing. Great for parties!
* StreamPoint Software: Works with popular media players such as iTunes®, Windows Media® Player, Musicmatch® and more for a unified view of all your music.
* Music Anywhere wireless technology: A better wireless solution with plug-and-play simplicity, digital audio clarity, and no home network required.

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All your PC music. On your stereo. With total control.

The Logitech Wireless DJ Music System makes it easy to play your PC music on your stereo. Enjoy all of your music in your living room: MP3s, WMAs, iTunes®, Internet radio stationseven podcasts and subscription audio. Use the long-range remote to browse through your entire music collection and see what's playingall from the comfort of your sofa. The Wireless DJ Music System combines plug-and-play simplicity with the clarity of digital audio, doesn't require a network, and works throughout your home.

Stream music from your PC to your stereo. Now it's easy!

With the Logitech Wireless DJ Music System, you can enjoy:

* Dynamic, on-demand Playlist creation.
* Access to Internet Radio and Podcasts.
* PC music, anywhere.
* Remote control of Play, Shuffle, Volume and Mute functions.


PC System Requirements

* Intel or AMD CPU (1GHz or higher)
* Windows® XP Home or Professional (SP1+)
* 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
* 300 MB available disk space
* Available 1.1 or 2.0 USB port
* CD-ROM drive

Audio System Requirements

* Home stereo system with stereo RCA input jacks
or
* Powered multimedia speaker system with a stereo-mini input jack

Specifications

* Frequency: 2.4 Ghz
* Transmission format: digital

Compatible Applications

StreamPoint software accesses the media libraries of:

* Apple® iTunes® 6.0.2 (and higher)
* Windows Media® Player 9 (and higher)
* Musicmatch® Jukebox 9.0 build 508x (and higher)

Plays any format your PC can play:

* MP3 & WMA
* iTunes® (AAC)
* Internet Radio
further information

Release Date Apr 12, 2007
Version Hong Kong
PAX-Code PAX0001526583
Item Code 5099206988729

Box contents

* Wireless DJ remote
* Rechargeable battery
* USB Music Transmitter
* Music Receiver / Dock
* AC Adapter
* Stereo RCA audio cable
* Logitech® StreamPoint software CD
* User Manual

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#1
http://www.epravalie.ro/images/products/full/6131/wireless-dj-music-system.jpg
#2
seems great but what are play asia like?
#3
A lot of people I've read, use them to buy cheap import xbox360, PS3 games etc. I have never used them myself.
#4
looks wonderfully gadgety which is why i want it but i will prob never use it. somebody please tell me otherwise!
#5
Everytime ive used them my service is excellent
#6
Seems a good price. Amazon are selling it for £106. It's worth looking at the reviews there though as its seems susceptible to interference.
#7
CNET editors' review

Excellent
8.3
out of 10

The good: The Logitech Wireless DJ Music System streams audio--including copy-protected DRM music and Internet radio--from your PC to your home stereo. The system is controlled from a handheld remote with a built-in display and an iPod-like scrollwheel that lets you view and navigate your music collection. The system utilizes a USB transmitter that hooks to your PC, along with a receiver, which doubles as a recharging station for the remote, so it doesn't need a wireless network.

The bad: The scrollwheel isn't quite as responsive the iPod's, and the wireless range--while decent--is less than advertised. The PC Control mode allows for maximum file compatibility but disables the remote's ability to browse when activated.

The bottom line: The Logitech Wireless DJ Music System lets you access your PC's digital music collection from the palm of your hand.


CNET review


http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-media-receivers/logitech-wireless-dj-music/4505-6739_7-32004279.html
#8
Looks very good.

Could set up a nice media centre type type with this and quite cheaply.

Tempted, very
banned#9
you will be liable for import duty and vat on this
#10
Voted cold - the quoted price of £39.63 is very misleading once you add on customs duty, vat and parcelforce charges it'll be nearer £65.
#11
Its still double if you buy it in the UK though.

£39.99 + 17.5% VAT = £46.99 + brokerage charge, was £10 last time i used UPS i think, rest are probably similar.
I get it just under, but £60 say, and thats IF it gets caught at customs.
UK its £106 at amazon and a lot more elsewhere.

If he can change his post to add the possibility of customs then he should.
But its still a hot deal imo
#12
Although this can't be beaten on price, I can highly recommend the Roku Soundbridge M1001 for around £130. Networks wirelessly, too.
#13
You can use the following code DE-ALT-AKB and get another $10 off.

Cheerio
#14
I'd like something like this, but I already have my media center connected to the sound system using SPDIF. Just need a remote control with screen that I can use to change songs (As I don't want to turn on my projector every time I want to listen to music ...)

Anybody knows anything like that ?
#15
Toxic Lemon
Although this can't be beaten on price, I can highly recommend the Roku Soundbridge M1001 for around £130. Networks wirelessly, too.


Hi Toxic Lemon

How do you find this Roku Soundbridge? Where do you have the music coming out of? Is it linked into an amp or something?

Just wondering what I would need to go along with this to get it working.

Thanks
#16
added heat!! this looks a great product and for 40 quid delivered a bargain! Whats the possibility of being hit by customs???
#17
For those interested in high end music servers then check out here. Much more pricey but some may be prepared to spend to get great top end sound quality:

http://www.olive.us/p_bin/
#18
Which one of these shipping options has the least chance of getting hit with Customs?

http://img110.imageshack.us/img110/7696/shippingdf0.jpg
#19
Economy airmail.

I really doubt a box that size will sneak under the radar!

:thinking:
#20
on another note - can I buy the Xbox Live 12-Month Gold Card (Halo 3) from PlayAsia and use the code in the UK?
#21
I bought this a while back from amazon. Delighted with it, it really is the mutts.

At this price (even after customs) its a steal.

NO interference.
NO hassles setting up.
Excellent in every way.
#22
iainkane
Hi Toxic Lemon

How do you find this Roku Soundbridge? Where do you have the music coming out of? Is it linked into an amp or something?

Just wondering what I would need to go along with this to get it working.

Thanks


It comes with a cable to plug into your hifi or amp. So there's nothing else you need. Just as it is out of the box. :thumbsup:
#23
Can this be connected to the Logitech Squeezebox 3?

looking to get a SB3 and connect to some speakers nd just wonering if i can hook this up to use instead of the standard Squeezebox remote?
#24
testlab
I'd like something like this, but I already have my media center connected to the sound system using SPDIF. Just need a remote control with screen that I can use to change songs (As I don't want to turn on my projector every time I want to listen to music ...)

Anybody knows anything like that ?


you could try nokia n770 with vnc http://uk.youtube.com/results?search_query=n770+vnc&search=Search
#25
simonbrowne



or a wireless pda with rudeo control or similar
#26
mine has arrived and is a quality product and absolute bargain! Works really well, range isnt brilliant but manages my house!!
#27
jphccfc
mine has arrived and is a quality product and absolute bargain! Works really well, range isnt brilliant but manages my house!!


Did you get a customs charge?
#28
SHOWMAN36
you may be liable for import duty and vat on this


fixed it for you negative nancy :thumbsup:
#29
no custom charge!!!
#30
I am however now having technical difficulties with it! When i use the control downstairs to play a file i get an error message sayinig Windows Bad Image

Exception Processing Message 0xc000007b parameters 0x758E023C.......

its on vista!! I have installed the vista software from the logitech site but still get this error message which means i get an error message on the handset saying Operation failed Continue ok? When i select OK the music stops!!

Would be interested if any vista users have had similar problems?
#31
I have one of these. I digitised my music collection about 10 years ago, but have never found an adequate way of gaining easy access without messing about with wireless keyboards and TV cards etc.

I got this a few months ago and would rate it as one of my very best ever purchases.

A lot of people seem to struggle to get it working properly, but the key seems to be to keep it as simple as possible.

Don't use the option of using through iTunes or mediaplayer or whatever.

I set it up to scan a parent music folder, and whenever I add music, I just rescan every couple of weeks or so.

Take all the automatic updates off, keep it on manual, and it works like a dream.

I have four sets of speaker around the house wired up to my main hifi and I can now access any tune from 16,000 in my living room, bathroom, bedroom and garage.

It's just one of these things that does everything you could want. Its system for on-the-fly playlists is just brilliant.

It is a piece of cake to either listen to everything you have on random, listen to albums in order or, as I do most of the time, line up a few albums I'm in the mood of listening to, and then stick those on random.

Add to this the ability to access internet radio stations and it is just amazing.

The Sonos systems look amazing, but the price difference is enormous.

But words of warning: Logitech seem to have stopped supporting this product (which probably explains the price cuts) so don't expect any firmware upgrades.

It has also been offered for around £40 in Belgium recently, so may be about to fall in price here too.

And although Logitech made attempts to improve its Vista compatibility, it doesn't seem to work very well. I still have XP and won't be changing any time soon.

However, all in all it is the PERFECT gadget when it works, and it always does for me.

I'll be buying another at this price to keep as a backup, and may even go for two.

As you may see, I like it!
#32
i know everyone is going to laugh at me but well here goes....

would this work if my pc doesnt have a sound card installed....

...long story but my pc crashed ages ago, i got it back up and running but cant for the life of me work out how to get the sound card working again.

so.... would this work if my pc hasn't got a sound card installed?

Cheers guys
#33
whizz0
i know everyone is going to laugh at me but well here goes....

would this work if my pc doesnt have a sound card installed....

...long story but my pc crashed ages ago, i got it back up and running but cant for the life of me work out how to get the sound card working again.

so.... would this work if my pc hasn't got a sound card installed?

Cheers guys



Whilst it would work, how would you hear the songs? If you've got a problem with the sound card get another one or an external one. Or get a USB FM transmitter to transmit the music round the house wirelessly. You only need radios for the speakers then and don't need a new sound card.
#34
sorry mate dont understand the last bit.

im rubbish with technical stuff so probably aint worth me even trying to install a new sound card.

whats the other thing you were saying about fm transmitter? what does it do and how does it work?

thanks for your help.

basically my end aim is to be able to listen my music all round my apartment from my tunes on the pc (including the bathroom? any ideas greatly appreciated)
#35
whizz0
sorry mate dont understand the last bit.

im rubbish with technical stuff so probably aint worth me even trying to install a new sound card.

whats the other thing you were saying about fm transmitter? what does it do and how does it work?

thanks for your help.

basically my end aim is to be able to listen my music all round my apartment from my tunes on the pc (including the bathroom? any ideas greatly appreciated)



A usb sound card or a usb fm transmitter is really easy to install, just plug it into a spare usb slot. If you plug in an fm transmitter then it'll do the job of your sound card and broadcast everything on an fm frequency. Just tune your radios in to that frequency to hear it all round the house. Bear in mind that neighbours could hear it if they tuned to the same frequency.

Or use an external usb sound card and combine with some kind of transmitter, technika one for £24 from tesco for example. You only get one receiver per £24 tho.

Personally I would go for the FM transmitter option although the quality isn't perfect it's easy and cheap to set up.

The other option your neighbours could still pick it up if they had the same receiver. Use an fm transmitter and an external sound card to have music piped round the house using the fm transmitter and everything else just through your pc speakers.
#36
Cheers, i'll think i'll give the fm transmitter a go and see how it goes.

Cheers
#37
Does anyone know if this works with Vista???

Thanks
#38
yes works with vista you will need to download the software from the logitech site!
#39
jphccfc
yes works with vista you will need to download the software from the logitech site!


Bit of s bold statement when you see the number of problems listed here:

http://forums.logitech.com/logitech?category.id=Wireless_Music_Systems

And this in particular: http://forums.logitech.com/logitech/board/message?board.id=WMS_General&thread.id=1618

One thing to stress to anyone buying this is not to use the packaged CD to install the software. ALWAYS get the latest version (1.5 I think) from the website.

A lot of people have had trouble removing the older CD firmware, and could not get a clean install of the update.

BYPASS the CD!!!!!
#40
whizz0
Cheers, i'll think i'll give the fm transmitter a go and see how it goes.

Cheers



Forgot to add, use with remote control sockets to turn the radios on and off in different rooms to make it totally wireless. FM transmitter should set you back about £15-20 from memory. Remoe control sockets another £15-20.

I have the same system but use 2 x technika av senders for slightly better quality. Have speakers spread around all 3 floors of the house all on remote controlled sockets so can choose where the music is played from anywhere. Downstairs supplied directly from the media pc and upstairs and loft supplied by the wireless receivers.

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