Logitech Squeezebox Duet £224.95 @ Richer Sounds
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Logitech Squeezebox Duet £224.95 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 24th Nov 2009
The Logitech Squeezebox Duet gives you control of a vast range of music from the palm of your hand.

Play songs stored on your computer, listen to one of thousands of internet radio stations or connect to online services such as Last.fm or MP3 Tunes.

In addition to this, the Squeezebox Duet offers multi room control with its 2.4" colour display and easy to use navigational control system.

Set up is easy. All you need is a wireless home network, home hi-fi and broadband connection. A "wizard" takes you through the set-up process in just minutes and you don't even need a home computer to enjoy instant music. By using SqueezeNetwork you get to tune into thousands of internet radio stations as well as online music services. Add an MP3tunes.com music locker and listen to your personal music collection without turning on your computer!

Coming from one of the market leaders in computer audio, the Logitech Squeezebox Duet offers audiophile sound quality. A 24-bit DAC offers exceptional audio performance and there's a choice of analogue (phono) or digital (coaxial or optical) outputs to your hi-fi. Reliable connectivity is ensured by the choice of a fixed Ethernet connection or true 802.11G Wi-Fi.

To hear how well your computer, hi-fi and the Internet can sound, try out the Logitech Squeezebox Duet. It's the future of music!


Currently £276 at Amazon

3 Comments

Voted hot, great piece of kit - got one from Amazon when they were £135, very happy with it.

One thing worth mentioning though - if you have an iPhone, or an iPod Touch, you can get away with just buying the Squeezebox itself, and use the phone / iPod as the remote instead, does all the same things

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sandym;6984693

Voted hot, great piece of kit - got one from Amazon when they were £135, … Voted hot, great piece of kit - got one from Amazon when they were £135, very happy with it.


would that have been the original Squeezebox without the fancy remote?
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