Summary: I bought the PC version of this and have been using it for about 2-3 weeks. Overall audio quality is good, however sometimes the signal is interrupted for some reason. Reviews on line say that other Blue-tooth and wireless products may interfere with the signal (like cordless phones, wireless internet).
Older technology, but does what it was made to do!
C. Ward, Amazon
7 February 2010
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I have several Logitech devices in my home. I have the DiNovo Edge wireless keyboard, a wireless trackman trackball, a marble mouse trackball for my computer at work, and I have this neat little device (the wireless music system)that came out in my time of need. I first bought this about 5 or 6 years ago when I wanted to play my downloaded music on my stereo system in my living room without having to burn it to a CD first.
Works with most Bluetooth Transmitters / iPhone/iPod Touch
Groch "Gadgethound", Amazon
22 November 2009
Summary: Logitech has not updated the software for the wireless bluetooth transmitter in a while, but the receiver works great as a wireless audio receiver with most bluetooth devices like phones, or the iPod touch. You just hold down the receivers "Connect" button for 4 seconds to make it discoverable (flashes red/blue), then discover it with your bluetooth device (I use my iPod Touch). The connection code is "0000" (Zeros).
Summary: I have had zero problems with this and Windows XP. The sound is great and I have no interference with anything else. It should be noted that this does not work at all with Vista or Windows 7, so it is somewhat obsolete.
Summary: I purchased the music anywhere just when it came out at $48 a year ago. I have plugged it in three different pcs and it has worked flawlessly always. I have tried to get another but it seems out of production and if there is one its too expensive now. It works will all music players, I have tried it out with winamp, windows media player and also with jaangle with no problems at all.
Summary: This product works exactly what I had envisioned when I imagined what it would be like to hear all my computer media through my house sound system. I now get full music sound quality from every room in my house with any internet radio station I choose, and from my iTunes library which offers more options and is way more flexible than my iPod. Needless to say, I am extremely happy with this purchase.
Great until it stops completely and won't come back to life
Brian M. Wilson "bmwwilson", Amazon
9 February 2009
Summary: Six months of great, set up is super easy....and then, with no changes to the PC or the setup around it, it just refuses to work. A simple point-to-point wireless connection with no software required, and suddenly it is useless. Logitech customer support might as well not exist for all the help they provided. This product is "end-of-life" so don't expect help from them if you hit a snag.
Summary: A number of excellent reviews have been written regarding this product which seems to now be out of production. I will not repeat what has been written. I do wish to add a couple of points. Having taken delivery of a unit last week, I have been using it to stream sound (Internet Radio, as well as mp3 files on the upstairs computer) (XP Pro) to the home theater receiver in the downstairs family room.
Cheap way to get music from PC to Real stereo system
Ceri Davies "Ceri", Amazon
13 January 2009
Summary: I like it. Plug the box into your amp using stereo cables, stick USB stick into your PC (after adding the drivers as part of the install), change your music source to Logitech, and start playing, its pretty basic. The only thing that is a slight pain is when you don't want to use the stereo, you typically have to manually change the music source, so you kep doing that back and forth.