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Logitech Squeezebox WiFi Radio (Black) - £90.88 (with code) @ Dixons
Logitech Squeezebox WiFi Radio (Black) - £90.88 (with code) @ Dixons

Logitech Squeezebox WiFi Radio (Black) - £90.88 (with code) @ Dixons

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Listen to your favourite online music anywhere in the house with the Logitech Squeezebox Radio.

This compact wireless radio provides you with fast and reliable access to the internet with its myriad of stations and streaming services such as Deezer, as well as all the music on your computer - all pumped through the Squeezebox's high-quality, low-distortion, two-way speaker system for maximum effect!

The Logitech Squeeze-box Radio also features a 6 cm colour screen which displays album art, screensavers, track information and much more.

Connect to your home WiFi network and open up a world of seamless portable listening with the Logitech Squeezebox Radio.

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Hot. What's the cheapest and easiest way to set this up with a nas? I have two booms and hate having to switch a laptop on just to listen to music.

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If you're on a budget - may be worth investing in a router that allows you to attach an external hd. I use an Airport Extreme for my mac. I think that should work? Hoping so anyway!

Not sure about this version, but the Squeezebox Slim works wonderfully well automatically with a NAS - simply picks up the shared files once connected to the network.

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Hot. What's the cheapest and easiest way to set this up with a nas? I … Hot. What's the cheapest and easiest way to set this up with a nas? I have two booms and hate having to switch a laptop on just to listen to music.


I used to use a Buffalo LinkStation, onto which you can install SqueezeServer. Runs very low powered so it doesn't matter if it is on all the time. You can still get the older grey models occasionally and they are very cheap. The problem with having SqueezeServer on the Buffalo is that if it the box falls over for any reason (e.g. power outage) you might find yourself having to reinstall the SqueezeServer. It's all a bit fiddly.

I have since retired my Buffalo from Squeezebox duty, I now have an Acer Revo. Also a low power on-all-the-time solution, the Revo serves my amp via WDTV as well as the Boom elsewhere in the house. And it is capable of doing 'other stuff' which might need on-all-the-time access

So of the things I have tried, unfortunately in terms of offering you guidance, the Buffalo is cheapest and Acer is easiest.

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I used to use a Buffalo LinkStation, onto which you can install … I used to use a Buffalo LinkStation, onto which you can install SqueezeServer. Runs very low powered so it doesn't matter if it is on all the time. You can still get the older grey models occasionally and they are very cheap. The problem with having SqueezeServer on the Buffalo is that if it the box falls over for any reason (e.g. power outage) you might find yourself having to reinstall the SqueezeServer. It's all a bit fiddly. I have since retired my Buffalo from Squeezebox duty, I now have an Acer Revo. Also a low power on-all-the-time solution, the Revo serves my amp via WDTV as well as the Boom elsewhere in the house. And it is capable of doing 'other stuff' which might need on-all-the-time access ;)So of the things I have tried, unfortunately in terms of offering you guidance, the Buffalo is cheapest and Acer is easiest.



The revo is essentially a net top so could I use my samsung nc10 (with it's knackered screen) to do the same job?

Can I run it without opening the lid and can the router or squeezebox turn it on when needed?

Sorry to bombard with questions. I'm not great with networks etc.

Cracking price, your squeezebox sends magic packets to wake up a computer on LAN, and then you can use Server Power Control plugin to put the computer into standby. Works better than using a NAS.

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... your squeezebox sends magic packets to wake up a computer on LAN, and … ... your squeezebox sends magic packets to wake up a computer on LAN, and then you can use Server Power Control plugin to put the computer into standby. Works better than using a NAS.


Thanks for the tip, I didn't know that. I'm pretty sure the Revo is <20watts so I don't mind leaving it on but if I can get a bit of power management going I'm sure the planet will thank me.

I will be back here in a week to remove the thanks when I have totally b*****d up the whole network trying to implement this

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