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Topic # 8421 28-Jun-2006 13:45
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I'd like a hardware storage unit for storing MP3's, it is a stand alone unit, but can be updated by attaching to a PC - its not always connected to a PC.

The unit is opertated by a wireless remote that is similar to the Sonos remote, ie. displays details of the songs etc

I can plug the device direct into my home theatre amp ....

Is there such a thing ??



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Reply # 39952 28-Jun-2006 14:10
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Not as expensive as the sonos, but really nice is the Rioku soundBridge. I think there's amodel with a SD card slot. They are available here through http://www.krome.co.nz








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  Reply # 39957 28-Jun-2006 15:10
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Hi there, thanks for the reply.

It is a nice option and a lot cheaper than the Sonos .. though its not a stand alone system, will need to network it with my PC.


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 39958 28-Jun-2006 15:11
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Hmmm. Yes, it is not standalone. It can be networked over Wi-Fi though, making it quite independent, if you want to use it around the house - not out and about.







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  Reply # 39961 28-Jun-2006 15:30
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I guess I'm only after a large MP3 player with a great remote ...

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  Reply # 39965 28-Jun-2006 16:04
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Not sure if this is really what you're after, but what about one of these?

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  Reply # 39966 28-Jun-2006 16:13
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kiwiana: I guess I'm only after a large MP3 player with a great remote ...


How about a great MP3 player with a large remote :p
http://ipod.hackaday.com/entry/1234000383073689/ 

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