Reviews and Problems with Slim Devices Squeezebox V3
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Slim Devices Squeezebox v3
13 April 2006
Excerpt: Do you ever find yourself wishing that you had an easy way to get your monstrous audio library to play in any room? Or perhaps you would like an easier way to transport your music than hauling your iPod (or other DAP) from one listening area in your home or office to the next (which I have a tendency to do). Slim Devices , with the Squeezebox v3, is offering you the opportunity to do just that: To ‘free’ your music.
Conclusion: Slim Devices’ latest version of the Squeezebox is a hit. Great features, open-source software, wireless compatibility, and a remote make it worth your time and money. The price is affordable for those who are looking for a wireless music solution but don’t want to break the bank or give up their savings. Slim Devices offers excellent support with their software and installation, and the documentation is terrific.
Pros: Good value; attractive design; open source software; minimal latency
Cons: Does not support DRM protected iTunes songs; device plugs are too close to the stand