Reviews and Problems with Logitech Squeezebox Duet
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Solid product for the technically literate
6 January 2009
Summary: The short: The Squeezebox Duet is a functional and versatile audio streamer. In my particular configuration -with a home NAS- it was a bit tricky to get running, but since then has done exactly what I want it to. The (painfully?
Great Toy - But here's a tip that will save you some $$$
S. Davis, Amazon
6 January 2009
Summary: First off, this is a great device. A have been upgrading my Squeezeboxes for several years and the Duet is by far the coolest. I have a friend that spend three times this amount on a Sonos and they have the same features, including access to internet radio and other subscription services such as...
Summary: It's hard to review the Squeezebox Duet without comparing it to the system, current ruler of this class of products. Since there are already many excellent reviews, I thought I would focus on a comparison of the two, to help you decide which system best fits your needs.
A few months of frustration later...But finally a nice device!
brewster lewster, Amazon
6 January 2009
Summary: Update: I have been meaning to give an update in the past couple years. After all their software updates this is finally a very nice machine! Most bugs seem to be gone. It is not an audiophile dream, no FLAC support like their other discontinued product, but I like it very much and the sound quality...
Summary: >>UPDATE 3 (01/12) After more than two years of ups and occasional downs with the Duet, my experience is that it works very well if - and only if - you have both a very solid Wifi connection and the Logitech Media Server (formerly the Squeezebox server) up and running on a computer on the same...
Summary: We love this thing. We went to see the Sonos system at a local store. It's nice, works well, sounds good...... and was rather pricey and, for what it matters, bulky and dated looking. The Duet we could see at a local big box store.. but only see, they didn't have a working demo.
Summary: The Squeezebox has been a very popular item and has been extensively reviewed, so I'm going to try to give you my summary. A little background--I played with it at a friend's house, ended up liking it so much I came home and ordered one for myself. Pros: - User friendly interface.
Summary: I like this product very much. I already owned the original Squeezebox when I purchased the Squeezebox Duet. I know have music in 2 rooms of my house, and I frequently synchronize the 2 Squeezebox players. I like the music player-like remove of the Duet. Being able to see the album art is nice.
Excerpt: I had been thinking about buying one of these for several months, and this year, my wonderful wife gave me the money to go and buy one. I bought it from Richer Sounds for £225. This story has a happy ending, so don't give up after the first part.
Pros: All your music accessible from neat, simple controller . Lots of enthusiast support
Cons: None that you wouldn't expect from such a small device .