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Logitech Squeezebox Duet Network Music System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Intuitive hand-held controller with color screen for easy access to all your digital music
  • High-fidelity 24-bit DAC for crystal-clear audio
  • Support for all major digital music formats for playing all your favorite songs
  • No need to run wires - wireless technology for clean, clutter-free installation
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with sleek recharging stand
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Product Specifications

Brand NameLogitech
Color NameBlack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 930-000033
  • Color Name: Black
  • Weight: 3 pounds
  • Warranty: 2-Year Limited Warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 9.6 x 8.4 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0013IWYHU
  • Item model number: 930-000033
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (322 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,389 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

Listen to the music you love in any room in your home with the Logitech Squeezebox Duet. Play songs stored on your computer, tune in to thousands of Internet radio stations, or connect to online services such as Pandora and Rhapsody . Plus, the multi-room controller with 2.4-inch color display and scroll-wheel navigation makes it easy to browse, select, and play music from the palm of your hand.

From the Manufacturer

Squeezebox Duet
Noteworthy Features
•  Intuitive hand-held controller with color screen
•  Get easy access to free internet radio and all your digital music collection
•  Crystal-clear high-fidelity audio (24-bit DAC) for immersive music experience
•  Supports all major digital music formats
•  Simple set up without running wires from room to room
•  Rechargeable lithium-ion battery and sleek recharging stand

 

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Logitech Squeezebox Duet

Listen to news, sports, and music from your favorite Internet Radio stations—from all over the world.
There's a whole world of music waiting for you on the Internet. With Squeezebox Duet, you can tune in to thousands of Internet radio stations and music services—all on your home audio system. Chill with live jazz from a radio station in Paris. Or tune in to local news and sports from your hometown in Chicago. Plus you can create and play unique playlists from your personal music collection. The Squeezebox Duet Wi-Fi Internet Radio and remote control put all the music you love at your fingertips

Now playing on your home stereo:


Free Internet Radio
Listen to thousands of local, international and commercial-free stations. They're organized by music genre for easy browsing on sites like Radio IO and Live365. Check out Pandora to discover new music. Are you into Coldplay? Pandora gives you a station of similar-sounding artists like your favorite artist. And with Logitech's SqueezeNetwork, you can access all the Internet radio stations and online music services even when your computer is turned off.

Your Personal Music Collection
Play songs stored on your PC or Mac in your den through the home stereo in your living room. No need to run wires or bring your computer to the living room to listen to your favorite tunes. Play your favorite tracks from the palm of your hand with the color remote.

Easy set-up
All you need to get started is a Wi-Fi connection. Simply plug the Squeezebox Duet receiver into your home stereo system, bedroom stereo or kitchen audio system—anywhere you have audio gear. With the intuitive remote control, it's easier than ever to browse, select and play your favorite music or discover new music.


Color remote control for easy access to all your music
The remote's 2.4-inch color screen and familiar music-player menus make it easy to pick and play songs from Internet radio, online music services and your personal music collection. The remote works with the entire Squeezebox family of players and its brilliant color display makes browsing playlists, albums, and artists a snap. Navigate long lists quickly with the thumb-friendly scroll wheel. Use the intuitive control buttons to easily pre-set and play your favorite Internet radio stations or repeat that killer Sting track. You can even pass the remote around the party for a lively game of "name that tune".

  Crystal-clear high-fidelity audio for an immersive music experience
You don't want to miss a beat, note or nuance. That's why Squeezebox Duet features sophisticated audio rendering technology, including a true 24-bit DAC (Digital-to-Analog Converter). Translation: your compressed digital music actually sounds as crystal clear and richly detailed as listening to a CD. From the haunting oboe in the background of Beethoven's 5th to the driving drum kicks behind a Who classic, it's like hearing your digital music for the first time.

  Simple set up—without running wires from room to room
Within minutes, you'll be listening to music from all over the world. Squeezebox Duet's reliably strong 802.11g wireless connection brings music from your computer and the Internet to any room in your home-without having to run any wires. Just download the free set-up software, plug the player into your audio system, and start exploring music from all over the world.
Rechargeable Battery and Recharging Stand keep your remote ready to rock
Your Squeezebox Duet remote control is rechargeable, so you never have to buy new batteries. The battery indicator lets you know when the battery is low. To recharge it, simply dock the remote in its cradle. The sleek recharging stand is also a great "home base" for your remote, so it's always at hand.

Add Squeezebox players for more music in more places
Put more players in all the rooms where you want music. They can work together or independently, all controlled by your Squeezebox Duet remote. Listen to the same song throughout your house, or mix it up with a different song in every room. Get cooking with Tchaikovsky in the kitchen. Wake up to Brubeck in the bedroom. Jump-start your morning with local news in the bathroom.



Awards and Accolades



Winner:
Best of CES, Home Audio, CES 2008
Honoree:
Innovations CES 2008
CNET Editors' Choice Award
March 2008


Compatibility




What's in the box?
  • Squeezebox Remote Control
  • Squeezebox Receiver
  • Charging cradle with power supply
  • Power supply for receiver
  • RCA to Jack cables
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery pack
  • Quick-Start Guide
  • 2-year limited hardware warranty
  • System Requirements
  • PC with Windows XP, Windows Vista or Macintosh computer with Mac OS X (10.2.8 or above)
  • 1 available USB port
  • Internet access

  • Compare


    Which Squeezebox Wi-Fi Music Player is Right for You?

     
    Squeezebox Radio


    Squeezebox Boom


    Squeezebox Touch


    Squeezebox Duet

    Highlight Compact design with high quality sound The original "all in one" solution Color touch-screen with rich, full digital music through your stereo or powered speakers Control the music you love from anywhere in your home
    Great for
  • Kitchen
  • Bedroom
  • Home office
  • Patio
  • Anywhere without a stereo!
  • Kitchen
  • Bedrooms
  • Home office
  • Anywhere without a stereo!
  • Living room
  • Anywhere with a stereo or powered speakers
  • On your desk
  • Living room
  • Hidden component systems
  • Which should you choose?
  • You want big sound in a small space.
  • You are someone who likes to listen while you work. You need something to fit in your work area.
  • You want music in every room of your home and you want to be able to control it from anywhere.
  • You already own a Squeezebox Duet and want to add more zones.
  • You are someone who likes to listen while you work. You need something small to fit in your work area.
  • You don't have a stereo in your place but you still want big sound.
  • You want music in every room of your home and you want to be able to control it from anywhere.
  • You already own a Squeezebox Duet and want to add more zones
  • You are a music lover and you want high fidelity sound and easy access to all your music.
  • You are someone who has a personal music collection on an external USB drive.
  • You enjoy viewing album art, photos, and visualizers
  • You already own a Squeezebox Duet and want to add more zones.
  • You are an entertainer, you love having friends over and listening to your favorite new music. But you don't want to have to go to the stereo every time you want to play a new track.
  • You want music in every room of your home and you want to be able to control it from anywhere.
  • Connection Sound output Integrated speakers (no stereo required) Integrated speakers (no stereo required) Connects to your stereo or self powered speakers Connects to your stereo or self powered speakers
    Control On board controls, optional infrared remote (line of sight required) On board controls and infrared remote (line of sight required) Color touch screen with infrared remote (line of sight required) Wi-Fi remote
    Special Features
  • Seven day alarm with battery backup
  • Connect iPod and other portable music players via 3.5mm stereo jack
  • Connects to Facebook- share recommendations with friends
  • 2.4 inch color display
  • Optional battery pack for portability
  • Seven day alarm with battery backup
  • Built-in 30-watt digital amplifier
  • Connect iPod and other portable music players via 3.5 mm stereo jack
  • Subwoofer out allows you to connect an aftermarket subwoofer for better bass
  • USB port and SD card slot allows access to music and pictures
  • View album art and your photos
  • Supports sampling rates up to 24 bit / 96 kHz
  • Wi-Fi remote can control all of your Squeezebox players
  • 2.4" remote color display shows album art
  • Link to your Flickr account to display your personal photos on the controller

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    The setup was really fairly easy.
    B. Hall
    And if you do have a music library stored on a networked home computer, Squeezebox can easily access it and play whatever you select.
    G.D.
    Customer support acknowledges problems with many squeezebox units due to the latest software update -- they need to fix it!!
    ingeniusone

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    234 of 236 people found the following review helpful By esanta VINE VOICE on May 16, 2008
    Verified Purchase
    It's hard to review the Squeezebox Duet without comparing it to the Sonos system, current ruler of this class of products.
    Since there are already many excellent reviews, I thought I would focus on a comparison of the two, to help you decide which system best fits your needs.

    Controller
    ----------
    Both controllers are responsive, pleasant to hold and operate. They are well built, and their LCD screen of excellent quality and easy to read.
    Squeezebox: thin, light, easy to operate with one hand, excellent battery life, battery is user-replaceable, comes with charging stand. It also features an infrared blaster and a headphones port, which will be supported at some point in the future (although Logitech makes no promises there have been demonstrations of prototype firmware using both features), as well as a 3D accelerometer (yes, like a Wii remote).
    Sonos: bulkier, designed for two-handed operation, battery life could be better, battery is not user-replaceable, charging stand optional.

    Networking
    ----------
    I did not compare the two systems in the same location, but they both operate well with a range sufficient for most medium-size houses.
    Sonos: uses proprietary mesh networking that requires to plug one of the players into the wired LAN. Other players act as repeaters.
    Squeezebox: uses standard 802.11g networking. Can hook up to an existing wireless network, or the player can be used as an access point for the remote.

    Players
    -------
    Sonos offers two players: the ZP100 has a built-in amplifier and the ZP80 doesn't (but it offers a digital output missing from the ZP100).
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    218 of 226 people found the following review helpful By William Higgins on April 16, 2008
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    Logitech Squeezebox Duet Network Music System

    By William Higgins, Editor-in-Chief at [...]

    The iPod revolutionized the personal music experience, but the Squeezebox Duet will revolutionize how you listen to music in your home!!!

    I am really blown away by this product. With springtime upon us I used this the time this past week to wire my den and back porch with in-ceiling speakers. I had an old Onkyo A/V receiver that I installed in a closet to power the 2 rooms. My grand plan was to get this all setup for the Logitech Squeezebox Duet. I looked at the Sonos Music system but it was way out of my budget. The Logitech Squeezebox Duet was more than worth the money.

    The install was a snap. It really only took a few minutes to setup. I did a little homework before I got the device and went ahead and installed the SqueezeCenter software on my computer first. So when I plugged in the hardware everything worked right away. No issues.

    The interface is so slick and intuitive. Simple, efficient, and familiar to anyone that has used an iPod or any other portable MP3 player. I was amazed at how responsive the system is to the controls on the WiFi remote. Going from track to track, or album to album was instant, no lag. Really, I have used other music streaming systems before and some of them had a distinct lag in the controls. I am very happy to report that Slim Devices and Logitech got this right with the Duet. This is one of the few products that exceeded my expectations.
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    131 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Philip R. Heath TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 28, 2008
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    The Good: The Logitech Squeezebox Duet Network Music System lets you wirelessly stream music from you computer or the internet to your stereo or standalone speakers to any room in your house that can access your wireless network. The iPod-esque controller also allows you control from any room that has a signal from your network giving you extreme flexibility. This device brings together the best of both worlds between mass storage of mp3 format music and quality sound of a dedicated stereo system. In addition it also brings internet radio stations and music subscription services to your home stereo to boot.

    The Bad: Setup may intimidate wireless networking novices. A couple of other aspects of the setup process could be a little more user friendly as well.

    Overall: This is a digital music lover's dream come true. What follows is my experience from out of the box to day to day usage.

    SETUP: I had my system up and running in less than 30 minutes, and this is a pretty small investment for what you get in return. The Quick Start Guide included in the package is all you need. For the physical components, it is a breeze. Install the battery into the control, snap on the connectors for the power outlets of the controller and receiver, plug them both into an outlet, and connect the receiver to the AUX jack on your stereo or standalone speakers.

    At this point, you will need to sign on to the Squeeze Network web site and create your account. They use a pretty standard registration process, and you will receive an e-mail to activate your account. Once activated, you need to download and install the Squeeze Server software. I did find it challenging to find the actual link for the download.
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