Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless DJ Music System
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OBSOLETE: WIsh it didn't require Windows XP
18 July 2013
Summary: It's a great device for podcasts. Not so much for music though. I've used it for years. Alas, now that I no longer have any Windows XP machine in the house, I can't use it anymore. It worked fine with iTunes 7.7.1 (I set it for no updates).
Summary: This system is great in some respects. It's fun to be able to use the remote to access all that music on your PC (I have around 6,000 songs) via artist name, song title, album name, and/or genre, and play it on your stereo.
Summary: Logitech is very close with this, but it still needs some work. When I installed it, everything worked fine, including the automatic update of the firmware. I was thinking this was really great - the remote is very cool and the "lag" factor not too bad. But then the problems started.
Summary: Within its limits this device works very well. It was easy to set up & found all my tunes both ripped from CDs using Windows Media Player & downloaded from Napster. The remote has limited capability but enough to select the albums & tracks I want to play although slowly.
Summary: My Dad gave me this after he found it wasn't the solution he was looking for. With nothing to lose I hooked it up to my stereo from college that I haven't used much in the main room next to my basement office.
Not Elegant, but Inexpensive & Easy PC to Stereo Solution
Reds Fan, Amazon
2 April 2008
Summary: It doesn't get much easier than this. My real rating is a 3.75. I was looking for a simple (wireless) connection from my PC to my stereo for playing music/playlists. I had tried Apple's AirExpress and others with little/no luck. Pros: Easy set-up.
Summary: I must admit this was an impulse purchase and I did have a little trouble finding it. The local Best Buy inventory stated that there were two in stock but they were nowhere to be found. The 'consultants' had not even heard of the product.