Squeezing more from an audio stream

Subject: General Tech | November 17, 2005 - 03:20 PM |
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Streaming any media to anything that can play music just got a lot easier.  The Squeezebox can connect through wires as you'd expect, but you also get to stream on 802.11g, as it will accept that signal as well.  Designtechnica has all the details.

"Slim Devices' newest Squeezebox network music player is turning heads with a stylish look and the

ability to stream digital music and Internet radio stations to a stereo. It is the third

generation of a device which has won numerous awards from the tech media.

The Squeezebox network music player is available in black or white and comes in a slim, vertical

brushed metal case which contrasts with an aqua-blue display. This 7.6" x 3.7" x 3.1" case has a

stand and was designed by renowned California-based designer Fred Bould."


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