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Slim Devices Squeezebox

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Overall 8

Expert Review

22 May 2006
  • Conclusion: User-friendly and sonically tasty, The Logictech Squeezebox Duet is the digital muso junkie's fix. It's not without its flaws, but these pale to insignificance behind its plus points.
  • Pros: Like Sunny and Cher, Maverick and Goose, erm, Peter Andre and Katie Price, all good things come in twos. Step forward the Squeezebox Duet, a handy media streamer with two parts: the main Squeezebox unit and the rechargeable remote control. Once the Wi-Fi-toting Squeezebox is hooked up to your network (which was pretty easy) you barely need to touch it again, as the remote takes care of everything with its eye-catching 2.4-inch colour screen and iPod-style scroll wheel...
  • Cons: Of course, you'll need to have a computer with a music library first. And you'll have to sign up to the SqueezeNetwork and download the SqueezeCenter software - but that takes about ten minutes, so it's a lot less painful than an episode of Katie and Peter.
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Overall 8


1 February 2005
  • Summary: Networked digital music player for your home stereo.
  • Pros: Built-in wireless networking, Easy-to-use remote-driven interface, Support for compressed and uncompressed audio
  • Cons: No support for encrypted iTunes Music Store files, Somewhat small display
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Overall 8
Performance 10

Slim Devices Squeezebox 3

PC Authority
29 April 2006
  • Summary: Good looking and easy to use, the Squeezebox is also well featured. The only downside is the price.
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