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Topic # 227411 6-Jan-2018 12:00
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I'm looking for another of one of these :

 

 

 

 

Anyone have one they want to sell ?


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  Reply # 1931616 7-Jan-2018 08:42
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I've got a Boom sitting here if you would like it




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  Reply # 1931665 7-Jan-2018 11:19
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Ive got one in excellent condition, what are you willing to pay?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1931678 7-Jan-2018 12:43
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Are they still usable?  I thought Logitech had abandoned them?  I have the earlier version (Squeezebox Radio) which I still use for Internet radio and bedtime clock and alarm.

 

It requires the Logitech Media Server to work which until recently I had running on a Windows box but now I found I can run that on a Pi which I had online anyway to support HA. The LMS can even see my audio on my Windows box.





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  Reply # 1931718 7-Jan-2018 13:27
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@lchiu7 The Logitech UE Radio can be changed to run the Squeezebox software (it is built into the menus).





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  Reply # 1931739 7-Jan-2018 14:26
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I see but I presume you still need the LMS?  Some Googling shows that you can still listen to Spotify on them even though support has been discontinued by hacking a server or something. I bought one for my daughter to use for Spotify but now she just uses her phone or Amazon Echo.





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