Overview: The Logitech Squeezebox Touch is a compact network
music player which lets you listen to digital music stored on your computer or on the
internet from anywhere you can access your home network. With its 4.3" touch screen, you can browse, organize, and play your digital music collection or listen to internet radio and select
online music services. The Squeezebox Touch also has a USB port and an SD card
slot, so you can access music or pictures from a flash drive or memory card. You
can connect the unit to your stereo system through a digital or
analog connection, play it through a set of powered speakers, or
listen through headphones. It comes with a wireless remote control so you can
find your music with ease.
4.3-inch Color Touch Screen: The Squeezebox Touch features a
4.3-inch, 24-bit color LCD screen which displays album art, track and station
information, visual-effects, and screen savers. The unit features an ambient
light sensor to adjust the display's brightness according to your room's
lighting condition, so it's never too bright or too dim.
High Quality Sound: The Squeezebox Touch provides
high-quality sound through your home stereo or powered speakers, thanks to a
24-bit DAC (digital-to-analog converter), advanced audio rendering technology,
and digital outputs.
Audio Outputs: The rear panel is equipped with both analog
and digital audio outputs for connecting the unit to your stereo system:
- RCA Stereo: left and right RCA jacks
- Headphones: 3.5mm mini-jack for connecting a set of headphones or
a pair of powered speakers
- Optical Digital: Toslink optical digital jack
- Coaxial Digital: single RCA coaxial digital jack
USB/SD Slots: The Squeezebox Touch has a rear-mounted USB
port (Type A) and a side-mounted SD card slot. You can play music files or
display pictures stored on USB flash drives or SD Memory Cards.
Wired or Wireless Connection: The Squeezebox Touch allows you
to connect to your computer and the Internet via a hardwire (Ethernet) or
wireless (Wi-Fi) connection:
- Wi-Fi Connection: The Squeezebox Touch offers true
802.11g (802.11n and 802.11b compatible) wireless technology that lets
you enjoy your music stored on your computer in any room of your home,
without wires. The Squeezebox Touch offers one-touch setup with compatible WPS-supporting routers. The
Squeezebox Touch supports WPA Personal,
WPA2-AES, and 64/128-bit WEP encryption.
- Ethernet Connection: The Squeezebox Touch features a
rear-panel RJ-45 Ethernet (LAN) port which connects to any 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
network (with Auto MDX).
System Requirements: The Squeezebox Touch supports the
following operating systems:
- Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000
- Macintosh OS X 10.3 or later
- Linux/BSD/Solaris/Other: Perl 5.8.3 or later
Note: Requires 256 MB RAM and 100 MB available on the hard disk.
Digital Music Access: You can play songs from your personal library
stored on your computer, tune in to thousands of Internet radio stations, or
connect to online services like Pandora, Slacker, Rhapsody, or iTunes. The
Squeezebox Touch supports the following digital audio formats:
- Media Server and Online Services: It supports the following audio
formats: MP3, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, HE-AACv2, HD-AAC, Apple
Lossless, WMA Lossless, APE, MPC, and WavPac supported through transcoding.
Some formats may require additional software installation (e.g. QuickTime),
depending on platform.
- Internet Radio: Support for MP3, Ogg Vorbis, HE-AACv2, and WMA
formatted Internet Radio streams.
Remote Control: In addition to the touch screen, you can
navigate the Squeezebox Touch with the supplied wireless remote control. The
remote uses two "AAA" batteries (supplied).
Power Supply: The Squeezebox Touch operates on standard household
current using the supplied AC power adapter. The unit automatically powers on
when plugged in. There is no power button on the unit, but can be turned off/on
using the remote.
Online Portal: There is a web portal for Squeezebox Touch at www.mysqueezebox.com from your computer. Its main features include:
- My Music: At My Music, download Squeezebox Server so you can
access and listen to your personal music library stored on your computer.
- Application Gallery: The Squeezebox Touch's Application
Gallery allows you to find and play internet radio stations, online music
services, podcast, newsfeeds, and more. You can browse the Application
Gallery by - Featured Apps, Custom Radio, Music On-Demand, Music Stores,
Podcast Services, Photo Services, Radio Networks, Social Networks, and
- My Applications: Review and manage the applications that you have
selected, installed and downloaded to the Squeezebox Touch.
- Favorites: For even quicker access to the items you listen to the
most, you can add songs, albums, radio stations and playlists to your
- Players: Find information about the Squeezebox players that are
connected to your account. You can also change player names, and pick a
different language and time-zone.
- Remote Control: Control Squeezebox Touch from your desktop.
- Support: Easy access to Squeezebox community forums and
- Account Settings: Review the settings for the mysqueezebox.com
account that you created during the setup process.
Squeezebox Server: To listen to your personal music library on the
Squeezebox Touch, you will need to download and install Squeezebox Server from mysqueezebox.com. After you install Squeezebox Server on your computer and
select Finish, it will scan your computer, create an index of your music, and
make your music library accessible from the Squeezebox Touch.
Note: If you only listen to music from Internet
sources, or if you have uploaded your personal music collection to an online
music locker, you do not need to run Squeezebox Server on your computer.
Control Panel: The Squeezebox Server Control Panel offers
easy access to frequently used settings from your computer. Control panel tabs
Server Status: Start and stop Squeezebox Server, and
scan your music library.
Music Library: Name your music library and point to
Account Settings: Enter your mysqueezebox.com account
Advanced: Perform advanced tasks such as music
library cleanup, displaying log files, and accessing the Squeezebox Server
web interface for additional advanced settings.
Diagnostics: Obtain diagnostic information such as IP
addresses and port function status.
Information: A source for server information, music
library statistics, and the folder locations for log files, cache folders
Now Playing List: You can create and manage your own Now
Playing list, and retrieve and listen to existing music playlists from music
stored on your computer, USB flash drive, SD card, internet radio, or online music services.
Note: Playlists are saved under My Music
whether they are made up of songs from your personal music library,
Internet radio stations, or online music services.