Logitech Squeezebox Touch
Great looks and build.
Big, bright touchscreen.
Raft of services.
Touchscreen makes for easy control.
Plays wide variety of audio formats.
Provides access to Internet sources of music, photos.
Apps for Pandora, Rhapsody and much more.
Powerful Internet Radio search.
USB host and SD card slot.
Supports 24bit, 48kHz FLAC, and Internet radio.
Needs a computer with Squeezebox Server.
Small, dim screen hard to see from a distance.
Analog Audio outputs sound bright.
Canít stream files directly from most network storage devices.
Canít access files from multiple computer libraries at the same time.
Interface occasionally falters.
No dedicated home button.
Remote offers options not available through the touch screen controls.
No new apps since Squeezebox Radio launched last year.
By Web User on July 18, 2012
★★★★Streamers with built-in speakers won’t sound as good as most Hi-Fi speakers, so if you’re serious about music, you’ll want a device that streams your digital music collection to your existing Hi-Fi...80
By Expert Reviews on April 14, 2012
The Touch is a great multi-room streamer if you already own Squeezebox-certified devices...100
By AVRev on June 01, 2011
Logitech has long been known as a maker of spiffy computer peripherals, communication devices, and entertainment products. The company decided they wanted to expand their market beyond computer speakers, mice, keyboards, webcams, and other items into...-
By Stuff.tv on December 18, 2010
One of the most affordable and flexible ways to build a multiroom system...100
By Home Theater on October 11, 2010
It’s rare that I come across a consumer electronics device that meets or exceeds every one of my expectations, but the Squeezebox Touch delivers on all fronts. It’s extremely easy to use and integrate into an A/V system; it features totally...-
By AVguide on October 06, 2010
The debate over whether wireless audio or computer-based audio are “good enough” to be part of a high-end system is still raging among some audiophiles. For others the debate is already over. As AHC discovered when he reviewed the Meridian...-
By TechRadar on September 10, 2010
The Squeezebox Touch is nothing less than an absolute bargain. There is truly little else to say about this incredibly easy to set-up and enjoy network player. It crams a shed-load of technology into a 150mm by 110mm enclosure, which is just 10mm deep...100
By Macworld on August 16, 2010
Logitech’s Squeezebox line of music players are designed to bring your iTunes library and the best of Internet-based streaming-audio services out of the realm of the computer and into your home. The $200 Squeezebox Radio () and $300 Squeezebox...80
By Home Theater HiFi on August 12, 2010
For a long time now, I've been wanting an easy solution to get music streaming all throughout my house. I've added a Network Attached Storage device (NAS) to allow me to keep all the music in one location that is always accessible, and I've...-
By Home Theater Sound on August 01, 2010
At $299.99, the Logitech Squeezebox Touch is a bargain. It gives audiophile results with high-quality music files, offers superb Internet Radio with a choice of hundreds of stations, and has a bright, impressive, responsive touchscreen. Its features...-