Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless DJ Music System
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Good system, but....
R. Flint, Amazon
21 September 2009
Summary: I was looking for something to stream my mp3s to my home stereo so I went to Best Buy to see what they had. The associate that helped me pointed me to this device. For $50 I could not pass it up.
Summary: First of all, I purchased this produce from Best Buy for $49.99. Exact same product so I don't know why the price is quadruple that here but save your money. I had to return this product three times and spent a good amount of time on the phone with Logitech's tech support to get it to work (which it...
Summary: I purchased the product expecting to play music from my laptop using my Sony home entertainment system. The concept and design of this product is good. A receiver connected to my home entertainment system, a transmitter connected to my laptop, and a remote to control the music.
Summary: Bought this unit after looking at a number of alternatives (including the Squeezebox and Sonos). I liked the fact it was $250 and the remote was fully functioning (i.e. displaying music track data). However, this product has really not lived up to my expectations for two main reasons.
Summary: Many users complained of the music skipping. I thought this must be due to improper set up. I had guessed that since I am very proficient at setting up computers I would be able to get this device working. However, after spending many hours with this device it is obviously defective.
Summary: I was impressed with the setup and the sleek heavy feel of the remote. It seemed almost impossible to get a good wireless audio connection from my PC to my home stereo for less than 60 bucks. After a couple hours with the wireless DJ, I suspect it still is.
Summary: I was very excited to receive the Wireless DJ as a Christmas gift. However, months later, I still can't get it to work properly. If you have an existing wireless network, as I have, or live in an apartment building where there is other wireless traffic, you may not be able to fully enjoy this device...
Summary: This was a breeze to set up and use. I had problems with low volume and frequent droupouts, even though the receiver was less than 30 feet from the transmitter. Found out accidentally that unplugging the power to the receiving unit cured both problems for the remainder of the session.
Summary: The system is OK... BUT with great potential. Comparable to the Sonos system but at way less cost. The whole system is quite simple with it having just 3 pieces of hardware - wireless transmitter for the PC, nice remote, and the docking station you hook up to the receiver. All pretty well done.