Squeezebox 3 Classic £135.24 Delivered with discount voucher @ Advanced MP3 Players. Stock expected 20/04/09 - HotUKDeals
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Squeezebox lets you easily access any song in your music collection, from any room in your home. It delivers pure digital sound without the hassle of shuffling through CDs. From its simple remote control, Squeezebox gives instant access to any music on your computer, plus hundreds of crystal-clear internet radio stations.


Stunning aqua display
True 802.11g
Burr-Brown DAC
MP3, WMA, AAC, and Lossless
Internet radio, news, and more!
Enjoy superior sound quality: Squeezebox features a high fidelity 24-bit Burr-Brown DAC, legendary in the audiophile community for their clean output and ultra-low distortion characteristics. Digital optical, coax, and analog connectors can plug into any home theater, stereo or amplified speakers.

Locate players far and wide: With built-in support for true 802.11g and advanced lossless compression technologies, you can locate your Squeezebox up to three times further from your wireless access point. Also, Squeezebox can serve as a wireless bridge, allowing other network-ready devices to connect through its ethernet port.

Easy to use and set up: It takes just a few minutes to install: simply load SlimServer, our powerful and free Open Source software, onto your computer and connect the player to your network. Squeezebox automatically configures itself and is ready to use.

Listen to more audio formats: With support for MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, WAV, and Ogg Vorbis, Squeezebox handles all of today's leading and emerging formats without sacrificing audio quality. With built-in support for lossless compression technology (FLAC) and "pure software" SlimDSP architecture, your hardware investment is protected against technical obsolescence.

Synchronize music to more rooms: Broadcast the same music or independent streams to 2, 10 or even 20 rooms by adding Squeezebox players to stereos in each location.

Animate your music: Squeezebox displays animations that move to the beat of your music. The bright and easy-to-read vacuum fluorescent display lets you see your music, not just hear it.

Find Songs Faster: Browse and search 100,000 song libraries in seconds to find the perfect song for the perfect moment. Squeezebox's user-friendly interface allows you to browse quickly through your whole music collection via custom remote controls or a web browser.

Rediscover your hidden gems: Create instant music mixes using built-in support for third-party tools, including MusicMagic and Moodlogic.
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#1
Not bad at all.
Not quite the same ballpark as the £29 MusicPal, but then the Squeezebox is an allround better product.
#2
jazid
Not bad at all.
Not quite the same ballpark as the £29 MusicPal, but then the Squeezebox is an allround better product.


Is it worth over £100 more though?? I picked up a Musicpal from PC World and its a great little internet radio and lots more besides. Don't know enough about these to vote either way.
#3
Personally I've got one of these, I then got one of the boom box ones, and we (I mean he) set up a simple server for it. I didn't mind paying the price because our music is stored in OGG format. Wouldn't be without it for the world! It also scrobbles direct to Last.fm.
#4
professor yaffle
Is it worth over £100 more though?? I picked up a Musicpal from PC World and its a great little internet radio and lots more besides. Don't know enough about these to vote either way.


Well my MusicPal keeps on having to be reset (yank out power lead) about once a week (firmware 1.58) but apart from that its a good little player and great for the money. Speak to friends the audio component on the Squeezebox is much better (lets be honest the MP speaker sucks a little for most music).

Personally I wouldnt pay the £100 extra but if it was a case of £60 difference (SB vs the current price of the MP) then I would lump for the squeezebox.
#5
PaganWolf
Personally I've got one of these, I then got one of the boom box ones, and we (I mean he) set up a simple server for it.


Would you say the classic is better than the boombox (ignoring the lack of speakers) and if so why?
#6
jazid
Would you say the classic is better than the boombox (ignoring the lack of speakers) and if so why?
Not a lot in it. The Classic is obviously a lot smaller, has a slightly better DAC & remote is a lot easier to search with as it has numeric/text keys. Probably really just comes down to whether you're integrating into an existing system or want a standalone device.
#7
sweet. been looking for one of these at a reasonable price for a while now to hook up to my dining room stereo

dont forget 4% quidco! (extra £5.41 off, taking it to under £130)
#8
jazid
Well my MusicPal keeps on having to be reset (yank out power lead) about once a week (firmware 1.58)


That strange, never had a problem with mine and its been plugged in since I got it just after Xmas. I've even had to turn the house mains power off a couple of times and when restored I've noticed the Musicpal back on and working fine. I can't remember the firmware its running but I updated it out of the box so if theres been an update since Xmas I've not got it.
#9
professor yaffle
That strange, never had a problem with mine..


I've two of the little blighters and the problem affects them both (one is still with its out of the box firmware)
#10
has anybody heard anything about stock? just checked the site, and its saying out of stock with no expected due date.

i was hoping it would get shipped today. i want to play! :(
#11
bah. still not shipped. the stock date keeps getting put back a week, only to get put back further when that date arrives.

seriously contemplating cancelling my order and seeing what i can find on ebay...
#12
oooh, it just arrived at work. took long enough!
#13
I received mine on the same day.
I am using it connected to a Beresford 7520 DAC and Sennheiser HD 650 Headphones.
Less than 2 mins to get it up and running.
It does sound good. :thumbsup:
#14
I was a little apprehensive about ordering from AMP3, it arrived in good time and was nearly £40 cheaper than Amazon using "jolly" 10% code.

Now to download iPeng so I can control it with the iPhone :thumbsup:

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