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    Senior Member Jeff07971's Avatar
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    And did anyone notice that the screen looks remarkably like Jivelite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff07971 View Post
    And did anyone notice that the screen looks remarkably like Jivelite
    Not until you pointed it out, but certainly that's what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff07971 View Post
    And did anyone notice that the screen looks remarkably like Jivelite
    Thats the F in my WTF comment

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    New crop of Squeezebox hardware players

    Quote Originally Posted by Apesbrain View Post
    Not until you pointed it out, but certainly that's what it is.
    Are you sure? I'd guessed it's SqueezePlay, but not sure.
    But what's surprising about that? We are talking Squeezebox hardware here, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff07971 View Post
    And did anyone notice that the screen looks remarkably like Jivelite
    This Thread is about New Squeezebox hardware players that use Squeezelite. So it's hardly a surprise that the one with a screen uses Jivelite. The only surprise is the the price of all of them.

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    C'mon, you need a decent player to go with your $3k power cable.
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    New crop of Squeezeboxhardware players

    > Are you sure? I'd guessed it's SqueezePlay, but not sure

    JiveLite is Squeezeplay less its playback engine. The GUI is the same
    code (with skinning tweaks).

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    Senior Member pippin's Avatar
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    Ah, didn't know that. Somehow I thought JiveLite was written in C and SqueezePlay in LUA
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    Quote Originally Posted by pippin View Post
    C'mon, you need a decent player to go with your $3k power cable.
    How did you know, that's exactly what I paid for my power cable.


    btw: what does the "k" behind the price mean?

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    New crop of Squeezeboxhardware players

    > Ah, didn't know that. Somehow I thought JiveLite was written in C and
    > SqueezePlay in LUA


    I think Triode replaced the LUA interpreter with a faster implementation
    (LuaJit). But it's still the same LUA code.

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