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Topic # 8738 26-Jul-2006 09:45

I didnt know where to post this one, here or in the home theatre forum.
Interesting article about a high-end music player developed for audiophiles to play music over wi-fi.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/5212396.stm

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Reply # 42502 26-Jul-2006 09:53
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Oh, the Transporter... It's a new version of Slim Devices... The company distributes these in New Zealand through Mabode (Jay Templeton is one of the speakers at Geekzone 2006).

The devices are nice. But I wanted to see how better than the original SlimDevice Squeezebox or the Roku SoundBridge it would be...





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  Reply # 42505 26-Jul-2006 10:01
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Isn't Microsoft bringing out Zune which "may" have wifi? if so it would be the first DAP with Wifi for wireless music streaming.




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  Reply # 42506 26-Jul-2006 10:11

freitasm: Oh, the Transporter... It's a new version of Slim Devices... The company distributes these in New Zealand through Mabode (Jay Templeton is one of the speakers at Geekzone 2006).

The devices are nice. But I wanted to see how better than the original SlimDevice Squeezebox or the Roku SoundBridge it would be...




I didnt find anything in their product portfolio..




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  Reply # 42544 26-Jul-2006 17:07

my friend just recently bought one called the GREMLIN. try googling for it. it does have a built in WiFi element and does sound good.might be what you are looking for.

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