Reviews and Problems with Logitech Squeezebox Boom
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I'll miss you, good buddy.
19 November 2011
Summary: I've owned the Boom for 2.5 years and love it completely, but didn't have the urge to write a review because so many others loved it as well. With more than 200 5-star reviews, what's the benefit of adding another to the pile?
Summary: When my 25 year old clock radio packed it in a few weeks ago, I decided I was going to replace it an Internet radio so that I had the option of waking up to something other than the horrible terrestrial stations available in my area.
Summary: I love radio. I've always loved radio. There's been a radio in just about every room in every residence I've had for as long as I can remember. I wake up to the sound of a radio and go to sleep to it too.
Summary: I purchased the Boom to replace a bedside iPod clock radio. I've been so pleased with the Squeezebox Touch from Logitech that I thought I would try this as well. I've been completely happy with the result. The unit is compact and well-designed.
Summary: The highest praise that I can give a product is that it exceeds all my expectations. This item does not disappoint in that regard. I live in an area that does not receive much in the way of commercial radio stations. A few mexican music stations...no NPR, no news, no talk.
Summary: This product already has a bazillion reviews, but since not too many are from mac users, I thought I'd contribute anyway. In short--setting it up on a mac works flawlessly. In fact, it was possibly the best tech product set up I've ever experienced.
Summary: I really love this system and own have several of them. I have Napster and Pandora accounts so both applications run great on the Squeezebox Booms. What most impresses me is the sound from this unit.
Summary: We were looking for something small for our very small kitchen to listen to while cooking or doing dishes, and decided to try the Squeezebox Boom. It sounds great, surprisingly rich. I'm really impressed with the sound quality.
Summary: The short version: The Logitech Squeezebox Boom is a tremendous product: with excellent wifi/internet radio capabilities, tremendous flexibility in setup, attention to detail, intelligent layout, best lighting scheme out there, good sound as a standalone table radio, and easy to use (once you've...
Summary: We installed a Logitech Squeezebox system last autumn because the combination of features, performance, and price all worked for us. We are using the Duet (a master controller, combined with a receiver attached to our home theater receiver), and an extra receiver attached to Z-2300 speakers for our...