Logitechunveiled the SqueezeBoxBoom about a month ago. The latest SqueezeBox has an integrated amp, high-performance speakers, and simple setup.
The SqueezeBox Boom will automatically find available networks and supports password protected networks. Multiple Squeezebox Boom players can operate on one network and allow users to listen to different music at the same time. Wi-Fi connectivity with the Boom is 802.11g and it has dual antennas. Most music these days is stored on our hard drives. Devices like the SqueezeBox Boom allow you to listen to music anywhere in the house. When the computers are off the SqueezeBox Boom can still play internet radio stations from Live365, Sirius, and more, as well as music from subscription services such as Pandora and Rhapsody.
Great gift for poeple with music stored on their computers.
Easy to use
Built-in Amp and Speakers
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