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Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by Quincy, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. Quincy

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    The problem with most of these, is the interface makes them a right pain to use.

    If you've got a network set up, a streamer like the Squeezebox 3 is probably the best solution. Sounds great and easy to use.

    Get yourself an SB3 and a NAS drive (Qnap TS101 is the easiest to work with). Plug the SB3 intop your existing hi-fi, and you can stream your music from the NAS without having the PC on.
     
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    The Hitachi also has no external phono input, so if you want to run the sound from your TV/games console, etc through it, you cant.
     
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  5. Quincy

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    Brought the Hitachi, but its going straight back, Sound quality is poor (constant Humming). and the mp3 navigation is terible
     

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