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    Slim Devices 3rd gen Squeezebox open-source-based network music player

    Slim Devices releases 3rd generation Squeezebox open-source-based network music player

    Features 802.11g wireless, dual internal antennas, 24bit Burr-Brown DAC, digital and analog jacks, and support for SqueezeNetwork - a new service allowing Slim Devices players to connect to Internet radio and RSS feeds without a computer

    Slim Devices, Inc. has introduced its 3rd generation Squeezebox network music player, the perfect gift for the digital music lover on any holiday shopping list. The player, from the award-winning manufacturer of devices that stream digital music and internet radio stations to a stereo, can be ordered starting today through Slim Devices' web site.
    Tasty! Check out the release.

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    It sounds like the only difference from the current version is it has two internal antennae instead of one external antenna. I luv mine.

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    I have been nagging Scan in thier forum for about a week or so now to get these in. As soon as they have one I'll be taking 2. If anyone is looking for a music streaming solution, these are the only ones worth buying really. They are fantastic, i just hope Scan can budge on the price a bit
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    I have also recently been using the slimserver software that comes with squeezebox to stream to me at work, I can listen to anything in my collection as easily as if I was at home and it transcodes it to a 96k mp3 stream so my broadband upload can cope

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous_dom
    They are fantastic, i just hope Scan can budge on the price a bit
    Perhaps my sig may be handy. (hint, hint)

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