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Logitech Squeezebox Wi-Fi Internet Radio Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Expand the range of your Logitech Squeezebox Duet system
  • Volume control is provided for all outputs
  • Standard IEC-958 Digital S/PDIF encoding
  • Bit-perfect CD audio streaming, with reduced storage and bandwidth usage
  • Sound Check and Replay Gain support for automatic volume control
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Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Squeezebox Receiver - Add on network music player for your Squeezebox Duet System

From the Manufacturer

Add New Rooms Easily to your Squeezebox Duet System

The Squeezebox Receiver lets you easily add extra rooms to your Squeezebox Duet system, bringing crystal-clear audio from your computer or Internet connection to any room. (Note: Squeezebox Receiver requires either a Squeezebox Duet or Squeezebox Controller.) Expert engineering and sophisticated audio rendering technology provide sound clarity to please even the most demanding audiophile. Advanced 802.11g wireless technology eliminates the need to string wires everywhere just to listen to the music from your computer. And setting up an additional room is simple as pushing a button--even on secure networks.

Listen Even When Your Computer Is Off

With this receiver and a Squeezebox Duet and/or a Squeezebox Controller (both sold separately), you can access millions of songs, thousands of Internet radio stations, and music service providers such as Pandora, Rhapsody and Slacker, without ever turning on your computer using SqueezeNetwork, Logitech's unique Internet service. Even your personal music collection can be stored online in an MP3tunes music locker and played through your Squeezebox.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 2.4 x 3.9 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00141B1SE
  • Item model number: 930-000037
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,763 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 930-000037

Product Specifications

Brand NameLogitech

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My remote control is my wireless laptop.
Jan Pfeifer
I have no problem recommending this product to anyone wanting to build a whole home audio system from sound components they already have at home.
Alvaro I. Mangual
My only real gripe with the Duet was it not including the FULL manual, but instead a Quick Setup Guide.
Jose J. Gonzales

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 3, 2008
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I've been wanting a Squeezebox for some time but didn't want to pay for the controller. The Logitech Squeezebox software has long been open source and has a large and very active online community that is supported by the company. I looked through their forum ([...]) and found that one of their senior members wrote software allowing the Squeezebox Receiver to be configured WITHOUT the remote control. A link directly to the software, as reported in a comment to a previous post, can be found at [...] It's not officially supported by the Logitech, but I was able to get my receiver configured with it in less than an hour.

One caveat though; you should be a bit tech savy if you are going to go this route. The software is still in beta, has not been *offically* released (by reading through the thread on this topic ([...] mostly because the guy who wrote it hasn't had time to package it up). So, currently the software is only available through an online subversion repository, which if you haven't worked with before, could take an hour or two of fiddling around to get repository software and check out the code. The configuration itself is done via a perl command line, so windows users will need ActivePerl. Check out the documentation, it's pretty straightforward.

So if none of that scares you, this is an incredible solution for wireless streaming music from a computer to a stereo for 150 bucks.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Modern Blue Argonaut on May 30, 2008
I currently have the Logitech Squeezebox Duet Network Music System which includes one receiver (like this one sold here) and the controller. I wanted to add an additional receiver without spending $400, so this worked perfectly. My one squeezebox controller now controls both receivers, so my husband can listen to talk radio in one room while I get to listen to my favorite Pandora stations in the other room. This will not work stand-alone as the other reviewer stated, but if you already own the Squeezebox Duet system, you can expand and add several receivers and there won't be a need to buy another controller.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P. Xiao on February 8, 2009
If you love music, and if you have a decent home network, wireless (preferred) or wired, do not hesitate to take a plunge in the Squeezebox Revolution. I first bought the Duet, then a few more Receivers, then the Classic, then the Boom, well you get the picture. If I had set up my house in the traditional way of distributed music system, with in-wall speakers and zone-based amps and a rackful of disc changers, it would have cost me over $10,000 to achieve half of what I have accomplished with the superbly cost effective Squeezebox. But cost is not even the point here. It is about quality and philosophy. Squeezebox products simply work, in a elegantly simple and reliable way that you would usually only expect from Apple. And they work both as joyful listening devices for causal internet radio, home server streaming, and as utterly serious audiophile grade equipment to digitally feed you high-end 2-channel system. Sync them, run them independently, set an alarm, wake up a sleeping computer, read an artist bio, hide it in a closet or display it on your precious system rack, Squeezebox simply rocks. Unfailingly. Now the philosophy. I love the technology, but it is the Squeezebox vision of freeing your music by way of adhering to open audio standards and open source computing that has earned my highest respect and devotion. If you are a passive user, great - Squeezebox will be routinely updated to bring you the latest new features, from 192/24 high definition audio decoding to power saving digital amp update, just enjoy them all without having to go out and buy new components (remember the days when you just bought a great CD player then SACD suddenly came out?).Read more ›
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Plain Mike on March 19, 2010
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We purchased several of these Logitech C-RM66 receivers. As another review states, it is not necessary to purchase the much-more-expensive Logitech Duet Controller to control the output, view album art, and read lyrics. There is a highly-regarded controller implementation for the iPhone, plus, any web browser can also control the receivers and the metadata about the music. We had been using the receivers without a Logitech controller for some time. Unfortunately, one of the receivers stopped providing both the analog and digital audio signal that feeds an amplifier or AV system. The units each came with a 2-year warranty provided by Logitech. I telephoned Logitech to verify the suspect unit had failed (another C-RM66 in the same location with the same audio amplifier, audio connections, Ethernet cable, and power cable functioned perfectly). The Logitech rep had me perform a test (power cable out, press and hold power button, power cable back in, listen for sound from amplifier and speakers [none]) and confirmed that the Logitech Duet receiver had failed electronically, and required replacement.

Unfortunately, Logitech requires that both a Logitech Duet Controller and the failed Logitech Duet C-RM66 Receiver be returned together to be covered under warranty. Two reps and a Logitech supervisor said that Logitech now sells only pairs of Controller/Receiver, and will not replace a separately-purchased Receiver unless it's sent to them with a Logitech Duet Controller. Each Logitech rep agreed that the policy was illogical, and nevertheless said that only if a logitech controller is included with the failed receiver will they warranty the receiver.

Given this Logitech policy, I suggest avoiding Logitech products altogether.
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