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Squeezebox Features

Slim Devices' Squeezebox (Figure 1) is able to stream music across a wired or a wireless network. Despite its diminutive size (8.5"W x 1.9"H x 4.5"D), its front sports a large easy to read 2 line x 40 character vacuum fluorescent display (Figure 2) with information about what you are listening to in luminescent glowing green.

The Slim Devices Squeezebox

Figure 1: The Slim Devices Squeezebox

The Squeezebox's superb 2-line x 40 character display

Figure 2: The Squeezebox's superb 2-line x 40 character display

On the back (Figure 3) are a number of connections: a pair of gold-plated stereo analog RCA jacks; a digital fiber-optic output (S/PDIF TOSlink); a digital coaxial jack; the antenna jack for wireless 802.11b streaming; an Ethernet port for wired network streaming; and the power jack.

Squeezebox sports stereo RCA Jacks, optical S/PDIF, digital Coax, an antenna and an Ethernet jack

Figure 3: Squeezebox sports stereo RCA Jacks, optical S/PDIF,
digital Coax, an antenna and an Ethernet jack

On the side (Figure 4), a 1/8" headphone jack is available, suitable for your iPod earbuds. The earphone port uses a small built-in amplifier that can power standard headphones of at least 16 ohms.

Squeezebox's 1/8" amplified headphone jack

Figure 4: Squeezebox's 1/8" amplified headphone jack

The unit comes with a 29-button infrared remote control (Figure 5), for controlling everything from song selection and volume to selecting play lists, changing the brightness of the Squeezebox's fluorescent display, and even system setup.

Squeezebox comes with a small but powerful remote

Figure 5: Squeezebox comes with a small but powerful remote
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