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Logitech Squeezebox Boom All-in-One Network Music Player / Wi-Fi Internet Radio (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Integrated, all-digital amplifier and breakthrough acoustics for a big, crystal-clear sound that fills a room
  • SqueezeNetwork online music service for easy access to your favorite musicon Virtually Any Surface
  • Compact, all-in-one design with wireless connectivity for clean, clutter-free installation
  • True 802.11g wireless networking for optimal network speeds and more secure connection
  • A seven-day alarm that wakes you with your favorite playlist or Internet radio station
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Product Specifications

Brand NameLogitech
Color NameBlack
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers30 watts

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 930-000054
  • Color Name: Black

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 7 x 7 inches ; 6.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DJ64D4
  • Item model number: 930-000054
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 29, 2008

Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Squeezebox Boom all-in-one network music player with integrated speakers. Plug it in. Turn it on. Rock the house! The all-in-one network music player that combines award-winning squeezebox functionality with an integrated amplifier and speakers to deliver your digital music to any room in your home. Enjoy the music and content you love, with crystal clear sound.

From the Manufacturer

Logitech Squeezebox Boom all-in-one network music player with integrated speakers. Plug it in. Turn it on. Rock the house! The all-in-one network music player that combines award-winning squeezebox functionality with an integrated amplifier and speakers to deliver your digital music to any room in your home. Enjoy the music and content you love, with crystal clear sound.

Customer Reviews

Easy to setup, easy to use.
Jason Epperly
I can listen to my own music collection, internet radio and online music services like Pandora and LastFM.
Bart
The sound quality is very good for it's size.
J. Clark

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

381 of 384 people found the following review helpful By Groch on September 12, 2008
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I am a radio nut (going back to the tube days)and the Squeezebox Boom is my third internet radio. I have a Roku Soundbridge R1000 and Sangean WFR-20 as well. All have their strengths, but the Squeezebox Boom is without a doubt a significant step up; it sets a new high standard in performance, capabilities, and ease of operation.

For wireless streaming of your music collection from a PC or Mac, the Boom is best. It can handle more formats (nearly anything except DRM protected iTunes files) and works well without crashes or delays. In this the Roku is #2, and the Sangean ranks 3rd(crashes and stutters a lot).

For internet radio, they all work well. The Sangean is the only one that natively handles RealAudio Streams (like BBC) but has problems with clear channel stations. All of them pick up the stations I want without problems, so I rate this a tie.

If you want to interface with online music services like Rhapsody/Pandora/ MP3Locker etc, the Boom works great, with far more capacity than the other two. The Slimdevices/Squeezebox folks also update and improve their software far more frequently than the other two, so I expect it to remain in the lead in features and available services.

In sound quality, the Roku and Boom are both outstanding, with the Sangean good, but clearly a step lower. The Roku's subwoofer seems to go a bit deeper in my room, but the Boom is perhaps a bit more smooth and musical. The Boom uses the same woofers and tweeters as the highly rated Logitech Z-10, but with better bass (because of a larger cabinet and new amp/equalizer circuitry). They both sound absolutely great and play quite loud.
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126 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Jonnio on September 12, 2008
I was intrigued by the idea of a network media player that had built in speakers etc, but I was completely put off by the size of the player. For those of you that don't know, the Boom is heavily marketed to be a bedside type unit (also kitchen wall/cabinet mounted). While shopping I thought I would prefer something with a little more heft at the cost of better sound, so I pretty well discounted the Boom and was looking at Audioengine and other options for powered speakers.

During my research I ended up coming across the Squeezebox Boom Whitepaper ([...]) and read through that. It went into a lot of detail regarding the amount of time that Logitech/Slim put into the audio output portion of the box. I also found reviews that in double blind testing the Boom was besting a lot of similar sized boxes that are more expensive and lacked network connectivity. I decided it was worth a shot.

Once I got home and go my Boom all opened up I plugged it in and was up and running in 2-3 minutes (I already have a wifi network setup with a Duet and receivers, so software etc.... had been pre-installed). I started with the Boom in our master bathroom. It was EXCEPTIONAL at filling a pretty large room (about 20x9 with 15' vaulted ceilings) I then played with it in spare bedrooms and the master bedroom. All sounded great.

Even though I usually don't need it I decided to set up some alarms to wake to. I don't leave my squeezecenter on, so I set the boom to wake up to Pandora over squeezenetwork. This took a little bit of fiddling, but once I figured out that you need to add a channel as a favorite it worked perfectly. That night I was a little bothered by the brightness of the screen, so I turned it away from the bed.
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364 of 388 people found the following review helpful By David R. Hilgendorf on December 27, 2008
UPDATED: 10/07/2010, and again 03/28/2011
WOW, I didn't realize how popular my original review was. I have been living with the BOOM in my bedroom for the past few years, and still enjoy it EVERY day. My wife uses it to stream Hungarian radio stations set as an alarm in the morning. We listen to Pandora or Last.FM when we fall asleep (on timer). And we use it as external speakers for a 26" bedroom TV. We almost NEVER stream our vast MP3 library off our RAID5 NAS running Squeezebox Server, instead opting to connect to the new mysqueezebox.com management site which is much easier to use. The Boom is a pretty darned good internet radio device, and recommended.

I stand behind MOST of what I originally wrote. I was trying to be unbiased about the feature set as provided TWO years ago and SHORTLY after release. This was right after Logitech bought Squeezebox and started major firmware improvements on the product line. Many of the issues had have since been addressed in firmware. Some were admittedly nits, but I was trying to give a broad perspective to anyone that hasn't actually touched one.

The problems I was having with the BOOM connecting are mostly gone. They resurface briefly on the occasion that I unplug/lose power, but I don't have nearly the headaches I did when I bought it new. Moral of the story... The MSRP hasn't dropped to my "magic" point yet, but the firmware and thus the product, is MUCH, MUCH better now. I would call it a 4 star device in 2011, and thus recommended. I still believe you need a decent technical aptitude to wring every last function out of this device, but if you're looking for a good, easy to operate, self-contained internet radio, and direct ipod connectivity is not a feature you require, you would be hard pressed to beat the Boom.
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Review from Wired.com: Logitech Media Streaming Device Fills a Room With Boom
Read the full Logitech Squeezebox Boom review at dpreview.com
Give us enough time and equipment and we'll put a speaker on anything. Seriously, a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g. Cars, televisions, wrist watches -- just about every gadget is made better with extraneous sound. So, when we'd heard that Logitech was releasing a hybrid of the music-streaming Squeezebox Duet and a boom box, we were all ears. Read the full Logitech Squeezebox Boom review at Wired.com.

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