Squeezebox Wireless Network Music Player - All Black £119.99 @ Amazon
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Squeezebox Wireless Network Music Player - All Black £119.99 @ Amazon

£119.99
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Found 8th Jul 2009
I nearly bought this last week at £159.99. Logged on today to find it reduced by £40.
It seems to get the better reviews among the network music players.

Technical Details

* Product Description: Logitech Squeezebox Classic - network audio player
* Product Type: Network audio player
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 19.2 cm x 8 cm x 9.3 cm
* Sound Output Mode: Stereo
* Network Player: Network audio player - WAV, WMA, MP3, MP2, AIFF, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, PCM, Apple Lossless
* Connectivity Protocols: IEEE 802.11b (Wi-Fi), IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet), IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet)
* Remote Control: Remote control - infrared
* Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty

11 Comments

Does it work with the Harmony remotes?

Yes, I believe these one's do work with the Harmony remotes as they have a built in IR receiver for their own remote control.

Think this is a good price for a quality product. There are rumours about Logitech annoucing a new version with a 5" touch screen to replace this, but it will likely be more expensive and it is unclear what extra functionality this will actually add.

Doesn't look like it does Internet Radio.

Can't find it

I got a Squeezebox Boom for this price off Amazon a few months ago when it was reduced to about £159 and had a £50 voucher off.

£168.99!!! now

£169 now

londislagerhound;5693445

Doesn't look like it does Internet Radio.



it does

Yeh, I have had one a couple of years, paid over £200 and its worth that to be honest. Its a fantastic bit of kit.

stormyuk;5694254

Yeh, I have had one a couple of years, paid over £200 and its worth that … Yeh, I have had one a couple of years, paid over £200 and its worth that to be honest. Its a fantastic bit of kit.


I paid £190 also a couple of years ago, and will second that it is a fantastice piece of kit.
Definately does internet radio too. Anyone who got one at £120 definately got one heck of a bargain.

Can you run Spotify through this?
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