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Logitech Wireless Music System for PC

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  • Wireless Range up to 330 feet
  • Remote control works with any media player that supports multimedia keyboard commands
  • Windows Media Player 9 (and higher), Musicmatch 9.0 (and higher), iTunes 4 (and higher), RealPlayer 10 (and higher), & WinAmp 5
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes: USB music transmitter with desktop stand, music receiver with AC adapter, remote control, stereo RCA interconnect cables, and software. Logitech Wireless Music System for PC - You're tech savvy. You've got your music ripped and tagged, organized on your PC, and downloaded to your portable player. So why are you still swapping CDs on your home stereo? Get with it, and get this wireless music system from Logitech. Attach the receiver to the stereo, attach the transmitter to the PC, run a playlist in your favorite media player software, and stream that music to any room in your house! Any room that has either a stereo system or powered multimedia speakers that is. They even give you a remote, so you don't have to run back and forth to your PC.

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Listen to your music anywhere in your home! It's never been easier to stream audio files wirelessly from your computer or laptop to your home stereo system. It's as simple as plug and play. Just plug the wireless transmitter into your PC, plug the music receiver into your stereo system, and press Play on the remote control. It's your music - anywhere!

Easy to Set up:

Plug
Plug the USB music transmitter into a USB port on your PC.

Plug
Plug the music receiver to your stereo system.

Play
From your PC, open your favorite playlist and press "Play."

Enjoy
Sit back, relax and enjoy.

Easy to control:

Enjoy your digital music--in uncompromising digital audio quality--anywhere in your home. The Wireless Music System for PC works with your existing PC media player--and with any type of music: downloads, subscription services, and even Internet radio. It connects to any type of speaker system, whether it's your home stereo system or powered multimedia speakers, and everything youneed comes in the box!

USB music transmitter
(Shown with included desktop stand) Plugs directly into your computer.

Music Receiver
Connects to either your home stereo or powered multimedia speakers. Includes standard RCA and stereo-mini (3.5mm) jacks.

Remote control
Control your music from your listening room.

Features

  • Easy to set up. Everything you need is in the box.
  • Use it with your existing media player software. No need to switch players!
  • Listen to whatever you want. Supports all music formats, including purchased downloads, subscription services and Internet radio.
  • Connect it to any type of speaker system. Use it with your home stereo or powered multimedia speakers.
  • Enjoy and control music anywhere in your house. Wireless range extends up to 330 feet!
  • Expand your system to multiple rooms. Music receivers for additional speaker systems are available.
System Requirements

PC:
Windows XP or Windows 2000 (SP3 or later)
Available USB port

Speakers:
Any home stereo system with stereo RCA input jacks, OR
Any powered multimedia speaker system with a stereo-mini input jack

Remote Control:
Track control buttons work with any media player that supports multimedia keyboard commands, including (but not limited to):

  • Windows Media Player 9 (and higher)
  • Musicmatch 9.0 (and higher)
  • iTunes 4 (and higher)
  • RealPlayer 10 (and higher)
  • WinAmp 5 (and higher)
Package Contents

  • USB music transmitter for PC (with desktop stand)
  • Music receiver for stereo system (with AC adapter)
  • Remote control
  • Stereo RCA interconnect cables
  • Software CD
  • Quick-start guide
  • 2-year limited warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 10 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000BI2CIO
  • Item model number: 980414-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (180 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,272 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004

Technical Details

  • Model: 980414-0403

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and sounds great.
Ryan L.
Works well with most media players (I use Windows Media Player the most) Computer is located upstairs, stereo that I transmit the music to is downstairs.
J. L. Sumner
Unfortunately the receiver must be moved if you desire transmission to different spaces (This is the only reason I didn't give it a 5-star).
T. C. Lawmaster

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Bron TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 26, 2006
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This cool little gadget does what it claims and does it very well. It's very small and unobtrusive and the sound quality is very good. No hiss, noise, or other artifacts that I could detect. Sounds as good as a CD to me.

You can just plug it in and go (without the software) and it will work. But if you want to really control your setup, then you'll have to load the software. I would have given it 5 stars, but the software is a bit buggy. I got it to work but it took some playing around. On my PC the logitech took over as the default audio device. I went into the SoundMAX Control panel and set everything back to my PC's internal sound. Then I used the Logitech software to setup MusicMatch output to go to this device. After twiddling a bit and rebooting my PC, everything finally settled down and now it works like a champ. WinAmp, Windows Media Player, and the many other audio programs I have now output through my PC speakers (before they all went to the Logitech device) and now only Music Match outputs to the Logotech device which is what I wanted.

The remote is cheap and uses he plastic "bubble" keys, so you can get multiple key presses sometimes, but once I got used to it, it worked fine. But I programmed my main "learning remote" and now use that all the time, reserving the small remote Logitech remote as a backup. You have mute, play, pause, stop, previous track and next track commands available. Note there is no power off. There is no power off switch on either device (receiver or transmitter). Not a problem on the transmitter as it draws power from the USB port and so will be off when your PC is off (and vice versa). The receiver stays on all the time. I doubt that it uses very much current, but I still would have preferred an on/off switch.
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69 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Tony C. Sparks on March 8, 2007
This product works great--unless you have any of the following:

Cordless phone (2.4 ghz)

any other blue tooth devices

wireless internet

microwave oven

If any of these are in use, the logitech system is rendered useless--at any distance.

If however--you turn these all off--and make sure nobody calls--it works great.
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3 of 0 people found the following review helpful By David Lattimore on January 20, 2007
About a year ago I started looking for a way to play mp3's and streaming audio from anywhere in my house and control it remotely. I was looking for a clean, cost effective solution that didn't limit the audio formats I could use.

While the Sonos solution was alluring, particularly the remote, a $100 for the Logitech easily beat it. For one, I could use my laptop as a remote (I already take it with me room to room) and the logitech piece is relatively un-intrusive (about 4 inches sticking out of the usb). Plus, it doesn't need to be charged separately (unlike the bluetooth version). Secondly, it connects reliably every time, and it actually sounds better than if I run a cord out of my headphone jack into the stereo. Thirdly, the range really is over a hundred feet (we're talking 3-5x the bluetooth). It may be the 150+ they advertise, I just haven't tried being that far away from the receiver (which I have in a closet in the middle of my house powering speakers in various rooms.)

Downside, the bluetooth version would support my ipod and other mp3 players in addition to my laptop.

However, I got the bluetooth version for my brother for Christmas and we were relatively disappointed. Logitech is actually being a little optimistic when they advertised the 30+ foot range. Secondly, we found that the device needed to be still not to cause interference (this was a real let down) and thirdly, the bulkier reciever peice needed to be charged on a regular basis. If you're still thinking Sonos, remember that wifi can be achieved for $50, a new laptop runs $800 and that still leaves you a couple hundred to buy a decent stereo and drive more than 2 speakers per room. ;)
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 4, 2006
I did my research and found too many "issues" with the other products meant to connect to a receiver through my wireless network (no DRM support, WEP/WPA security issues, price, flaky connectivity). I decided to try this Bluetooth device as it circumvents these issues and professed a longer range. I had a difficult time finding a unit in a retail store, and when I did find it in CompUSA, they had them displayed with the iPods instead of with the other digital music/networking equipment. I bet they'd sell more of these if they were in the proper aisle! Anyway, once I got it home the install took 2 minutes (no joke!) Plug in the flashdrive-sized transmitter to a USB port on the PC, plug in the receiver to the provided A/C adaptor and your stereo's aux or phono jacks with provided RCA cables, and voila! They found each other and lived happlily ever after. I opened up Windows Media Player and was listening to my 1000+ MP3 and WMA songs in no time. The caveat here is that you may have to play with the volume levels between your PC, the reciever, and your stereo to avoid distortion. I also found using the equalizer in WMP helped refine the sound - the low frequency output is a little heavy and tends to make mud. I listened to it a while and decided to install the optional software so I could separate the PC sounds from the music being beamed to my stereo.

My only complaint is that there is no digital connection. For the price ($149) it should really have a digital option.

Bottom Line: Great device for turning your PC's audio library and your stereo into a whole-house music system. Glad I took a chance on this one!
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