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Topic # 151081 13-Aug-2014 14:42
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These are not sold anymore but if anyone wants to sell one please PM me.

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  Reply # 1107686 13-Aug-2014 14:42
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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  Reply # 1107716 13-Aug-2014 15:20
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I assume you already get emails from TM for the term "squeezebox'? Various models come up quite regularly, with a spate of them in the past couple of weeks (IIRC Classics and Booms). They can fetch fairly good prices, but it's certainly worth keeping an eye out via TM.

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  Reply # 1107719 13-Aug-2014 15:24
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mailmarshall: These are not sold anymore but if anyone wants to sell one please PM me.

Looks like there is a few still on Amazon

EDIT: Changed link to show all suppliers on Amazon that sells it.

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  Reply # 1107759 13-Aug-2014 16:17
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Thanks guys - the prices on Amazon are interesting - still relatively high!

I paid for an Olive One, on a crowd sourcing site, which am still waiting for still after 12 months !! They have built some but the factory is very slow so looking at the Touch.

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  Reply # 1107828 13-Aug-2014 17:39
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What about ebay?

Looks like it's lightly used.

As an aside I have a couple of Squeezbox Radios. One in the house and my daughter has one in LA.

Since they need a Squeezebox server to run, I have her's connecting to my server in my house :-) So she can listen to my music in the server but she tells me uses it mainly for Spotify.

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  Reply # 1108002 13-Aug-2014 22:43
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Of course the super budget option is to use a Raspberry Pi

If it doesn't sound good enough with the stock audio outputs you can add a Wolfson card.

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  Reply # 1112617 21-Aug-2014 09:17
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Not sure if it's of any use to you, but I've got an old squeezebox boom with blown speakers if you want it. Apparently you can replace the speakers, but I'd moved on to Sonos by the time I foudn that out. Free.

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  Reply # 1112675 21-Aug-2014 10:26
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Wow. That went fast. Sorry guys, spoken for already.

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  Reply # 1112679 21-Aug-2014 10:37
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eBay is probably your best bet. I have one personally and must say they are a fantastic device. I control mine via SqueezePad on the ipad, really nice interface with full cover art etc. I tried DLNA with my receiver a while back and its no match for the SquuezeBox ease of use.

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