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Airport Express & AirTunes

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by cwick, Jun 7, 2004.

  1. cwick

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    Airport Express and AirTunes


    Very, very cool. Plug it into a wall, connect the digital audio out to your amp/receiver/whatever, and control the output from your pc/laptop using AirTunes. Works on a PC too.

    I want one now ...
     
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    Sweet, eh? I'd want it exclusively for the audio part though, so I still think the Slim Squeezebox or Roku Soundbridge would better fit my needs...
     
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    I'm only interested in the audio side too. I guess it's horses for courses - I've already got a Roku HD1K, which should be comparable to the soundbridge once Roku ship the update (although without the two-line display), but I'll be getting an Airport Express regardless. For me, at least, using iTunes via my laptop is preferable to working with the Roku interface - either via IR remote, or SlimServer.

    Each to their own eh ;)
     

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