Inputs and Outputs
The Slim Devices Squeezebox music player streams your digital music collection
and internet radio from your computer to any stereo system, powered speakers, or headphones within
your network (LAN). Squeezebox has an Ethernet port and built-in WiFi
capability, so it can be hardwired or connected wirelessly to a 802.11g network.
SlimServer software is downloaded from your internet connection and facilitates
communication between your Squeezebox and computer.
Libraries: Stream the digital music files stored on your
computer (PC or Mac) over your home network to the Slim Devices Squeezebox.
Many compressed, uncompressed, and lossless formats are compatible.
MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, MP2, MusePack, and WMA
PCM, and AIFF
Apple Lossless, WMA Lossless, and FLAC
Radio: Listen to thousands of free Internet radio stations from around the world;
access to talk radio, jazz, rock, pop, or your old favorite in the
town where you grew up through your broadband internet connection.
SqueezeNetwork is an always-on service (doesn't require that your computer is
on) that provides access to Internet Radio, an alarm clock, natural sounds, and
If the Squeezebox is connected wirelessly to your network, the Ethernet port on
the back can be used to bridge another (non-wireless) component in your system
(Tivo, HD-DVD player, Blu-ray player, etc).
You can show an RSS news ticker on the display. SlimServer is pre-configured
with subscriptions to several RSS news feeds.
Any number of Squeezeboxes on your network can be connected to a single computer
with SlimServer. They can all play different music, or your can synchronize them
to play the same music throughout the house.
Your computer can be configured to automatically wake up when accessed with the
Squeezebox remote control.
Remote: Use the wireless remote
to browse, select, and
control your music from across the room, without leaving the comfort of your
Sleep Timer: Set the Squeezebox to turn off after a
specified time; 15 to 90 minutes in 15 minute intervals.
Alarm Clock: There are eight alarms
built-in to wake you up to music; one for each day of the week and one that
sounds at the same time every day.
Windows 2000, XP, or Vista; 733 MHz Pentium processor or faster; 256 MB RAM minimum;
20 MB free hard disc space
OS X v 10.3 or later; 256 MB RAM minimum; 20 MB free hard disc space
Linux/BSD/Solaris/Other: Perl 5.8.3 or later; 256 MB RAM minimum;
20 MB free hard disc space
Broadband DSL or cable
Wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi 802.11g
3.5mm jack that acts as a headphone output or an IR blaster output
stereo RCA audio output
optical and coaxial digital outputs
RJ-45 port can be used as an input to connect to your network, or an output
to connect another device to your network when the Squeezebox is connected
5 volt DC, power supply included