- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 930-000097
- Color: Red
- Item Display Weight: 3.65 pounds
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 2 year limited hardware warranty
Logitech Squeezebox Radio Music Player with Color Screen (Red) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Listen to infinite music, news and sports from every corner of the globe with this easy-to-use
- listening to free Internet radio stations
- Bring full, high-quality sound to any room with an ultra-compact design that fits easily on your night table or kitchen counter
- Just turn the dial to browse radio stations, music tracks and even album art, displayed on the full-color screen
- Recommend music to Facebook friends instantly right from your Squeezebox
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Honoree in Audio Components CategoryNovember 2009
Logitech Squeezebox Radio Wi-Fi Music Player (red)
Global stations. Endless music. Simple as turning on the radio.
Starting now, you can listen to music, news and sports from every corner of the globe, all without a computer. It's easy with the Logitech Squeezebox Radio. Just turn it on and tune in to thousands of free Internet radio stations, the hottest online music services, even your own personal music collection. Your listening options are as limitless as the Internet—in any room where you have a Wi-Fi connection.
Tune in to your limitless playlist.
- Free local stations from every corner of the Internet
- Access music services like Pandora, Rhapsody, Slacker and SIRIUS Internet Radio
- Your digital music stored on your home PC or Mac
- You can even plug in your iPod
Your all-in-one Wi-Fi music player—no computer, no clutter, and no limits.
The compact Logitech Squeezebox Radio works with your Wi-Fi network to stream a world of crystal-clear music to any room you want. Just plug it in and turn the dial to connect to an underground rock station in Amsterdam, talk show in Sydney, sports coverage from Boston or BBC news from London. Discover millions of tracks from online services like Last.fm and Pandora. With its built-in high-fidelity amplifier and speakers, you'll enjoy room-filling sound—all from a little music player that fits easily on a corner of your kitchen counter, bedroom night table, or desk in the den.
High-quality audio with built-in premium speakers—big sound in a small package
You only need a little space to fill any room with rich stereo sound. This ultra-compact Wi-Fi music player is as small as a clock radio. But it's designed with big audio technology. Support for high-resolution encoding captures the wide range of details that make your digital music come to life. And the integrated high-definition tweeter and long-throw subwoofer make sure you enjoy a full sound experience, from crisp, clean high notes to warm mid-range and deep bass.
Vivid color screen for easy browsing at the turn of a dial
What would you like to hear? The best of Internet radio around the planet? Commercial-free classical music? Your favorite party playlist on your computer down the hall? The full-color screen and intuitive menus make it easy to browse your way—album art included. Just turn the control dial and make your selection. It's that simple. Plus, six pre-set buttons put your favorite stations and services at your fingertips.
Free SqueezeNetwork for direct access to a world of Internet stations and music services
With so many Internet stations and music services, the choices can be daunting. That's why Logitech created the SqueezeNetwork. It's an online service that organizes a world of music, so it's a breeze to access the stations, artists and services that match your tastes. Sign up for free and get connected right on your Squeezebox Radio.
Connects to Facebook for sharing music recommendations with friends
Say you just discovered a killer indie band track on your Squeezebox Radio. Now you can tell your friends about it instantly. Display your Facebook home page and browse your friends' walls right on the screen. You can even set your Facebook photos or news feed as your screensaver. So you can send them music recommendations the moment you hear that amazing track or Internet radio station—and receive theirs, all without a computer.
Easy setup connects you to Internet stations in minutes
Just turn on the power and the music player automatically finds your home Wi-Fi network. You also have the option to plug in an Ethernet cable. Either way, in just five minutes you'll be able to start listening to stations across the planet.
Line-in cord lets you plug in your iPod
Do you want to listen to your iPod tunes in any room? Simple. Your Squeezebox Radio comes complete with a cord and built-in jack for your iPod or other MP3 player. Just plug it in and you're ready to rock.
Convenient seven-day alarm and auto-dimming display
Wake up to NPR news, soft jazz from Paris or your own morning playlist. Or choose a different station and wake-up time for every day of the week. And when it's time to go to bed, don't worry about a bright display keeping you awake. It automatically dims when the lights go out, so you can rest easy.
Take your music around the house and control it from across the room with the Logitech Squeezebox Acessory Pack (sold seperately). It includes a rechargeable battery pack and infrared remote control designed specifically for your Squeezebox Radio.
What's in the box?
System requirements:Windows-based PC
- Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
- Mac OS X 10.3.5 or later
For access to music on your computer use Squeezebox software with the minimum system requirements:
- 256 MB RAM and 80 MB available hard disk space With any of the following operating systems:
- Windows XP/2000/NT/7, Windows Vista, 733 MHz Pentium
- Mac OS X 10.3.5 or later
- Linux/BSD/Solaris (Perl 5.8.3 or later)
- Ethernet or 802.11b/g wireless home network
- Broadband Internet connection required for Internet radio and music services
Which Squeezebox Wi-Fi Music Player Is Right For You?
|Highlight||Compact design with high quality sound||Color touch-screen with rich, full digital music through your stereo or powered speakers|
|Which should you choose?|
|Connection Sound output||Integrated speakers (no stereo required)||Connects to your stereo or self powered speakers|
|Control||On board controls, optional infrared remote (line of sight required)||Color touch screen with infrared remote (line of sight required)|
Top Customer Reviews
The first thing you notice is how much heft this little player has. It is really well built and the fit and finish is superb. It has plenty of weight and solid rubber feet so that it won't skid around on your night stand or table top. The screen looks great and all of the buttons have a nice solid tactile feel. Compared to many other cheap wireless network streaming radios, this device feels an entire order of magnitude better in its construction quality. The only disappointment here is the lack of back lit buttons, for using the radio in low lighting. It's also worth noting that the entire radio has a high gloss finish that will be a magnet for fingerprints. Looks great though!
The biggest challenge for most consumers with this device will be the initial set up. You need to create an account at [...] in order to set up your new Squeezebox Radio. The device uses this connection to play free internet music services as well as download software updates, etc, to the Radio. I already had a Squeezebox account so this was not a huge challenge for me, but it might be for some people who might be confused that they need to set up an account before they can use the device. There is an option to set up the account from the device itself. Don't do this (it is slow and tedious)! Go to the website and set it up in a few seconds and then just type your login and password on the device.
Other than the laborious task of entering my full email and password for [...] the rest of the setup is very easy.Read more ›
What do I like? The radio seems solid. It's heavy enough that you can press the buttons with the radio on a nightstand and not have it slide. The front is angled back which helps even more. I'd call the sound quality - though not stereo - excellent. There's no comparison between how this radio sounds and the Sony clock radio I replaced it with. It has a very clear, crisp sound.
What don't I like? I had the radio only three days when it lost all it's presets. I re-entered them and all has been well since. This is a well known bug. I am using [...] and NOT using my PC so the problem is likely there. Presets should be stored locally, not on a server. I saved all my presets as favorites so they MIGHT be there the next time this happens (then again, maybe the favorites list will be erased, too). I'd like to see an easier way to set the sleep timer. You have to use the menu and it should be a simple button press. Why not use the power button and cycle through sleep settings? i.e. ON ... 45 ... 30 ... 15 ... OFF? There also needs to be a simple way to snooze. Maybe the big button in the middle?
The auto-dimming setting gets awfully dark at night! I should be able to set a minimum brightness level that suits me.
And I'd love to see the apps include weather radar. Yes, this is a radio but it's got a great color display and being able to watch live weather radar on the screen would be super.Read more ›
So far I have only had one issue with it...I can not find a setting to set the Album Art size to full screen on the Now Playing screen. It says in the manual that it is under the Screensaver settings, but when I go there it doesn't exist. I sent an email to Logitech support, but have not heard back from them yet. [Updated] Logitech just released a new software version that will correct this issue.
Another cool feature that I didn't realize existed, was the ability to control the Radio from the web.
As far as sound quality goes, it is far better than expected. There is virtually no distortion even at maximum volume. I even plugged a set of Computer Speakers into the Headphone Jack and it didn't make that much of a difference. The Base levels aren't that deep, but they are there. I can put it in my livingroom and pump it up near max volume and hear it clearly throughout the house.
I haven't tested the Wireless strength extensively yet, but I was able to hook it up in the garage (1 Floor below and 50 feet from the router) and the signal strength was near full.
Overall, I am very satisfied with my purchase and can't wait to get the battery pack so I can just carry this thing around anywhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As you can tell by the ridiculous used prices that sellers are posting, this is a beloved unit for most of us who have had it for years, and some would pay dearly to continue the... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Dave Knows All
Perfect radio! Listen it every day! It has everything - music, politic, news, and etc... Love it!Published 3 months ago by Tatyana
Still using it after a few years, listen to music from all over the world.Published 3 months ago by Erayka
survived several yrs and two countries and still has a wonderful, deep sound.Published 6 months ago by henrik hargitai
I am really surprised that I had not written a review for this item. I bought this almost five years ago. I have been using it since and very happy with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by PRINCE
Beware!!! I've had this thing for several years now, and while it is an awesome internet radio... Logitech Squeezebox NO LONGER SUPPORTS Sirius XM. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bombsnuffer