Roku Soundbridge Network Music Player

Posted: Feb 24 2004, 11:04pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:55am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Roku Soundbridge Network Music Player
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Roku introduced last year the Roku High Definition Digital Media Player. Now the are announcing slick looking Network Music Player - Roku M1000 and M2000.

The SoundBridge players stream your digital music library from your computer over your wired or wireless home network. It uses the open-source SlimServer software to strema the music. SoundBridge supports most major music formats, including MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, and Ogg Vorbis.
The Roku M2000 has a larger display and is 12 inch long and is priced at $499.99. The M1000 is smaller and measures 10 inch, but is only half as expensive with a price of $249.99. Both devices are currently up for pre-order.

The Roku Network Music Players look better than the Slim Devices SqueezeBox we reported last year about.

See Also:
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Wireless Music Receiver
Roku HD1000 High-Definition Digital Media Player
New Slim Devices SqueezeBox Wireless Music Receiver

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