Logitech Internet Radio
I have had this radio 8 years and I can say I have never had any issues except maybe a bit slow internet, it`s been brilliant, I use it every day for a bedroom clock.
If you like the world’s radio you won’t go wrong with this, as soon as your connected to the internet and you`ve tuned in the stations you want it`s ready, simple to set up.
The Squeezebox lets you tune into to thousands of the world’s internet radio stations, not a problem.
It has a nice full-colour 2.4in screen, it will display album art, photos and the clock fades in and out when your light goes dim or off, with simple rotary controls.
Built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet, it has built-in 802.11g Wi-Fi and a wired Ethernet connection, and you can install a rechargeable battery pack if you like.
Six preset buttons on both sides of the screen can memorise your best stations the menu on the Squeezebox display itself is simple to use and attractive to look at.
There’s no remote control, you don`t really need one, this is a small radio, not a hi-fi system, so a bit of tweaking the volume knob is no problem.
Loads of audio options, it’s PC and Mac friendly the Logitech’s very flexible, with WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC and Apple Lossless, and supports most formats, you could soon be using your squeezebox radio to stream wirelessly all your music around your house and garage. assuming you have a wireless network at home.
So it’s brilliant to use, very flexible and great value, so what about the sound?
Being a mono model, it’s all perfectly listenable and as enjoyable as the same stuff played on the Pure Evoke Flow. The Squeezebox Radio’s usability is excellent, that has to make it a great buy.