Logitech Squeezebox Duet beats 578 Hi-Fi systems

13 September 2008 One Comment Mike Evans

Logitech Squeezebox Duet
Logitech Squeezebox systems have always been well received, both by users and crtitics alike. These stylish little boxes plug into your Hi-Fi and let you wirelessly stream your tunes from your PC through to your Hi-Fi, where you can listen to your tunes in much better clarity than through your PC’s speakers.

Logitech released a new Squeezebox earlier this year, the Logitech Squeezebox Duet. This was the first new Squeezebox since Logitech took over the company, and given Logitech’s previous background of building computer mice and keyboards, more than a few people were wondering whether a new Logitech-based Squeezebox would be as good as its predecessor?

Fortunately, they needn’t have worried. The Logitech Squeezebox Duet has received rave reviews and is a great addition to your Hi-Fi setup if you’ve got a lot of tunes trapped deep inside the bowels of your PC or Mac. Indeed, so good have been the reviews for the Duet, that TestFreaks (a site that rates gadgets by aggregating thousands of reviews from across the Web) have rated it their best Audio gadget – out of 578 different Hi-Fi devices – with a score of 10/10.

The new Logitech Squeezebox Duet differs in looks from the old Squeezebox by putting most of the controls and the display on a new remote control with a large 2.4″ LCD. This lets you choose the tunes you want to listen without the bother of getting off your couch!

Better still, the Duet also connects directly to Pandora, Slacker Internet Radio, Rhapsody and iTunes without the need for a PC, meaning you can listen to your tunes from these services without having to boot-up.

If you have thousands of tunes locked inside your PC (Windows or Linux) or Mac, poor, tinny PC speakers and a great Hi-Fi, you owe it to yourself and your tunes to buy the Logitech Squeezebox Duet.

 

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  1. As long as this nice litte box does not talk UPnP, it’s not worth a penny!

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