Streams music from computers and Internet radio via Wi-Fi. Sleek
Minimal design with responsive touch screen. SD card slot for photo and audio files. Ambient light sensor adjusts screen brightness automatically.
Superquick response time
Tons of musical options and apps aplenty
Can be synchronized with any Squeezebox or Transporter for wholehouse music
High quality internal 24/96 DACs and fiber/coax digital outputs with support for lossless formats make this system at home with any audiophile rig
Works with Squeezebox Controller for multiroom
Multidevice control and integration
Wisely chosen set of connectors
Perfect internet radio to be used while you pc is shut down (if placed in a reach of a hand)
Gorgeous touch screen
USB host and SD card slot
And Internet radio.
Touchscreen aptly drives the interface. Audio sounds great. Supports many networking and audio-connector standards. Online sources include Pandora
Apps for Pandora
Rhapsody and much more
Powerful Internet Radio search
Handles high resolution audio
Touchscreen makes for easy control
Plays wide variety of audio formats
Provides access to Internet sources of music
The Logitech Squeezebox Touch is a fully featured music-streaming device with wide file compatibility -- better than Sonos -- and support for most popular music-streaming services. The Touch seamlessly blends multiple home and online sources
4.3" 24 Bit Color LCD Touch Screen
Optical And Coaxial Outputs
SD Card Slot
Smartphone Controller Application
Image Slideshow Support
The editors didn't like
Best used when you're closeby
Lacks built-in speakers. Does not support video files. No internal storage. Apps are limited in number and usefulness.
No dedicated home button
Remote offers options not available through the touch screen controls
No new apps since Squeezebox Radio launched last year
Too much cheap glossy plastic
Price feels unjustified compared to the screen size and plasticy appearanceprice feels unjustified compared to the screen size and plasticy appearance
Smallish screen makes it feel bit dated
Inferior to Sonos in multiroom configurations.
Can’t stream files directly from most network storage devices. Can’t access files from multiple computer libraries at the same time. Interface occasionally falters.
Analog Audio outputs sound bright
Screen should be bigger
Did we mention the price?
Dim screen hard to see from a distance
The device can sometimes freeze up or suffer lag
Especially with a wireless connection. It's more complicated to use than the plug-and-play Sonos. The app is a little ugly compared with those made by Spotify and Sonos. The touch screen is less useful ...
Abstract: There are plenty of ways of auditioning music stored on a PC. A plethora of networked media players balance quality with cost is, but most are, alas, not optimised for music and require your TV to be switched on, as tracks are selected by an onscreen menu...
★★★★Streamers with built-in speakers won’t sound as good as most Hi-Fi speakers, so if you’re serious about music, you’ll want a device that streams your digital music collection to your existing Hi-Fi equipment. Logitech’s Squeezebox Touch plugs into...
It's its flexibility that really sells the Squeezebox Touch and that makes its £235 asking price a steal. Only a Sonos system could better it for slickness and capability, but Sonos kit is significantly more expensive. Given the choice, we'd still go for ...
The Touch is a useful addition to the Squeezebox range and has no real faults beyond being priced a little too closely to the Squeezebox Duet that, at only £30 more, represents better value for money and is more versatile as the heart of a multi-room ...
Abstract: La vie est parfois bien faite. Genre le mois dernier, tu te rappelles sans doute (ou pas) qu'on a parlé de l'arrivé de Spotify sur les Squeezebox de Logitech . Mais oui, tu sais bien, ces drôles de petits boîtiers qui peuvent lire de la musique en provena...