Great sound quality.
Good number of features.
Upgradeable using external powered subwoofer or powered speakers.
Easy to navigate through a wealth of content.
Simple setup if you're at last passingly familiar with computers and networking.
Built in WiFi.
Great portable design.
Dual antennas provide great range.
High range of volume control without noticeable distortion.
Adequate bass from such a small package.
Internet and Satellite Radio subscription.
Unexpectedly entered a lengthy firmware upgrade loop on a few occasions but always recovered.
No battery operation.
Glossy black finish is a dustmagnet.
DRM music not supported (not surprising.
Many might be turned off by lack of audio out ports.
No direct iTunes Sharing.
Needs online registration.
By Tech2 on April 14, 2010
Specs¾-inch high-definition, soft-dome tweeters and 3-inch high-power, long-throw woofersBi-amplified design with high performance signal processor, class D amplifiers and digital crossoversStereo XL™ technology widens the sound stage...70
By PC Authority on March 03, 2010
The Boom plays everything and sounds great, but it could be easier to use...100
By TechwareLabs on November 09, 2009
Logitech has done one better with the Squeezebox ™ Boom to say the least. The sound quality is flawless and with the ability to plug in an additional sub woofer via the 3.5nm connector on the back it is possible to increase the volume to the upper...-
By Macsimum News on September 08, 2009
Logitech’s US$299.99 Squeezebox Boom is an all-in-one music player that can stream music to any room in your house over an 802.11g wireless network. It delivers impressive, distortion-free sound over its integrated 30-watt amplifier via two...90
By Big Picture Big Sound on September 03, 2009
The Squeezebox Boom will open you up to a wealth of musical choices from all over the world including your own home network. It offers excellent sound quality for its size and an easy to navigate user interface. $299 for a table radio may seem a...-
By Macworld UK on July 28, 2009
Logitechs Squeezebox Boom is an attractive network music streamer and internet radio with sharp looks and great speakers. The Logitech Squeezebox Boom is largely similar to the Philips Streamium device weve also reviewed here. Both combine wireless...80
By Bit-tech.net on July 16, 2009
Squeezebox HardwareOnce you’ve got the software up and running and it’s scanned your hard disk, you need to configure the Boom itself. Early reviews complained it was fussy to set up, but we found it extremely easy. You can plug in an...80
By PC Advisor on July 10, 2009
We really liked the Logitech Squeezebox Boom, though arguably setup and feature navigation on the largely similar Philips NP2900 product was easier still. It’s a chunkier device than the Philips but would still fit neatly on a shelf or bedside...80
By L.A. Audio File on July 01, 2009
The Logitech® Squeezebox™ Boom ($299.99) is by far the best music player to have graced my night stand. The bright, high-contrast VFD display with ambient light sensor for automatic dimming works great. The unit can stream internet radio...-
By ConnectReviews on April 09, 2009
If you’re familiar with the original Squeezebox network music player, it allowed you to listen to the music on your computer in one location wirelessly over your hi-fi system. Logitech recently acquired the company and has been making significant...-