Philips NP1100 network music player for £72.95 @ Marshall ward - HotUKDeals
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Marshall Ward have this new Philips wireless media player for £99.00 plus delivery which is the cheapest i can find it for sale anywhere. I can get one from an american ebayer for £110, or from Philips online for almost £130, so Marshall Ward comes out top.

BUT using the £30 discount voucher for new customers this can be had for £72.95!!!!!!! I think you can get Quidco aswell!

I wont bore you all with the spec, just clik on the link, but this unit hooks up to an existing hi-fi or powered speakers enabling you to listen to internet radio, and all of the music stored on your pc via wi-fi!

Since the Roku/Pinnacle soudbridges were dicontinued there hasnt really been an alternative product under £100.

For info, i couldn't get the voucher to work onine, and had to phone them up but they still honoured it and it was delivered the next day!

This is a fantastic product, looks and features superbly and for this price is a proper bargain!
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#1
does marshall ward claim codes back though?
#2
Punkytiptop;3039444
does marshall ward claim codes back though?

Never had any trouble with them myself
#3
Not sure how good this is but it does have a digital out which is useful if you have a DAC or want to connect to a device with digital in. Not sure how easily this would connect to a NAS, which would be an essential feature for me.
#4
review: http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-audio-receivers-dars/philips-np1100-37/4505-6470_7-33226547.html

The section labeled "music" gives you access to DRM-free MP3, WMA, and AAC files stored on your PC, which needs to be running a media server. Philips recommends using Windows Media Player 11, which worked for us, but we also had success using other uPNP servers such as TVersity and Twonkyvision. While the file format compatibility will definitely suit most listeners' digital music collections, more diverse collections will appreciate the competing Squeezebox Classic's support for formats like FLAC and Ogg Vorbis.


So it looks like it works with uPNP
#5
The only issue I have is I don't like philips electronics, just tend to find them disappointing.
#6
Definately works with UPnP because thats what I've been doing with it, although I've been using Nokia home media server which is a very nice but of software to use.

Also, in relation to the voucher, Marshall Ward charged me £102.95 onto by credit card and then refunded me £30 at the same time. I was getting a bit worried because all I could see was the £102.95 pending, and thought they'd overchaged me but it all worked out ok.

Matt
#7
wordsworth
The only issue I have is I don't like philips electronics, just tend to find them disappointing.


Agreed, from several Phillips DVD players I have found that machine build quality is poor, the embedded software (e.g. menu system) is slow, and codec implementation (e.g. DivX playback) is dreadful.

Haven't used this unit though, so can't directly compare.
#8
In my opinion, the build quality on this is very good. Certainly feels like a quality bit of kit.
#9
wordsworth;3039958
The only issue I have is I don't like philips electronics, just tend to find them disappointing.

Agreed. From the 20Gb MP3 portable music player I bought a few years back for £400 to the set of DECT phones I bought fairly recently - poor design and horrendous software.
#10
Just discovered another sweet feature, that I appreciate everyone will not be able to do, but I can control this unit from my Nokia 770 when streaming from the PC! Sweet!
#11
Who has expired this? The voucher still works and it's still the same price so WHY?!?!
#12
Matt Davidson;3042137
Who has expired this? The voucher still works and it's still the same price so WHY?!?!

if it still works you can contact a mod to get it unexpired.

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