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Logitech Transporter SE: Network Music Player (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • The sleek, backlit, infrared remote and dual fluorescent displays make it easy to use from anywhere in the room.
  • Transporter's back panel features a complete set of professional-grade connectors
  • The AK4396 "Miracle DAC" was chosen for its high dynamic range and low distortion.
  • Transporter's digital path is not only "bit perfect", but also extremely accurate in timing precision.
  • Transporter's DAC and output amplifiers are powered by Super Regulators, based on the legendary design by Walt Jung.
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Product Specifications

Color: Black
Brand NameLogitech
Color NameBlack
Special FeaturesDC in Jack

Technical Details

Color: Black
  • DC in Jack

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 19.6 x 7.7 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0011YZ1R6
  • Item model number: 930-000011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,795 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Color: Black

Slim Devices' Transporter was designed to appeal to the most discerning audiophiles and music lovers. It streams digital music with sound quality that surpasses even the most exotic compact disc players. At the heart of Transporter is a "no compromise" attitude to component selection and electronic design.

Customer Reviews

The interface is intuitive, and the sound is very, very good.
Christopher E. Behr
I recommend buying and using a different software like Easy CD-DA extractor to convert your cds to hard drive files into formats like FLAC or m4a or mp3.
Audiophile
I have had this for a few weeks and so far it is great and the sound quality is much better then I expected.
Ken Goldsberry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Michael Janocik on July 9, 2009
Color Name: Black
OK, so I've been an "audiophile" for 20 years. But I'm not a hard-core audiophile in the sense that I don't spend my freetime auditioning interconnect cables or "breaking in" solid state audio gear. There are great improvements in higher end equipment, and even interconnects, but I'm not a sucker and don't subscribe to $20 per foot speaker cable. I own a pair of Thiel CS2.3 speakers with the last of the breed, and rather venerable, Adcom GFP-750 preamp (which even today, is a fantastic silent pre-amp compared to anything under $2,000) and the Adcom GFA-5802, which also is a venerable solid-state amplifier receiving excellent reviews from high-end audiophile magazines at the time, and continues to fetch an excellent price on E-bay. I never expected that the slim devices Transporter would sound better, or even as good as, my Adcom GCD-750 CD player as a source component. I was going to be rather content with the unit if it sounded pretty good, but offered the convenience features of an audio server. When I ripped some uncompressed audio from my CDs and queued up some tunes in the transporter, I was literally amazed by the quality of sound from the Transporter. It surpassed my trusty old friend, the GCD-750, with a wider sound stage, more "air" and transparancy between the performers, warmer mid-range, cleaner highs, and more slam in the bass. And my GCD-750 is a great CD player. I wouldn't say it is night and day, but it is a significant improvement. I was skeptical of the format of a music server, so the fact that it offered BETTER music reproduction than my GCD-750 source is truely a remarkable achievement for a unit you can pick up for $1700, if you watch the sales. The feature set is also stunning and exceeded, by far, my expectations.Read more ›
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Steve S. on November 12, 2009
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Most electronic hardware is a snap to set up, why waste time reading the manuals. However the Transporter is different in that respect. The brief manual included with the unit is out of date regarding computer software names and links. I was thrown at first getting my pc server to release the data being read. Adding a few custom settings in my (C.A.)software firewall remedied that problem. The firewall settings are actually mentioned in the manual....go figure? So I cannot stress strongly enough to (RTMD!...Read The Manual Dummy!)

There is some very knowledgable info about the Transformer at wikipedia.org, the Logitech site is useful for basic system software and a few FAQ's. Do yourself a favor and write down all ip settings for future reference. The use groups at wikipedia are where you'll find the fun stuff. Start a folder on your PC and save all links to it.

Confused by what I've just written, than you'll need a trusted friend with a bit above average computer skills and a free afternoon, or be prepaired to pay someone to do your setup for you. If either of these is going to be the case than you might want to reconsider purchasing this unit. This system is not designed for the impatient.

As with most all high-end gear, source is very important (GIGO). I've noticed nuances unheard before in a number
of my chosen reference recordings, as well as previously unnoticed distortions. Audio listening being subjective makes one wonder if hearing such is due to the critical listening of the moment or the new gear. Or could it be that we desire to hear new subtleties after dropping a decent chunk of change on a new toy. Is it a combination of these things or none of them. From where I sit I'm going with the new box and a bit higher resolution included therein.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Audiophile on April 11, 2009
Color Name: Silver
This unit works very well to send music to a quality stereo system via a high speed home wireless network. I recommend buying and using a different software like Easy CD-DA extractor to convert your cds to hard drive files into formats like FLAC or m4a or mp3. Then the transporter can be linked to your music files on the hard drive and you can play them via your computer. This unit does come with a squeeze center software that allows you to link to iTunes if you already have that set up and also it allows different playlists. It can also take downloaded higher quality 24 bit/96khz files and play them in addition to the 16 bit/44 khz cd quality files or mp3's. Be sure to back up your files as it takes a long time to build up a hard drive with good music files and you do not want to lose them. The sound of the cds when converted to FLAC files are as good as from a very high end cd player. Of course with mp3's it is a little less quality, but that is no fault of this unit. There are some other more expensive units like from Naim, etc, and compared to them this is a good value. If you want something for less, and don't need the higher quality, the regular squeeze box is worth a look.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ken Goldsberry on February 4, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have had this for a few weeks and so far it is great and the sound quality is much better then I expected. The only unfortunate thing is Logitech has decided to quit making them and instead will just make their commodity grade players . That is actually why I quickly purchased the Transporter since it is much better quality then the basic Logitech Squeezbox units which are still great but just not the best sound quality.
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