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    Quote Originally Posted by andyg View Post
    Yes, if you have a wired Duet receiver and no other wireless network, you can bridge the controller through the receiver's wireless connection.
    That's actually an ad-hoc wireless connection, not bridging. But yes, it will work that way with a Squeezebox Receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    What about if you just bought the controller and not the receiver? Would the SB3's provide the same functionality?
    The controller controls all our hw products.

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    I think he meant would an SB3 provide the ad-hoc connection. Currently the answer is no but it would technically be possible in future firmware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyg View Post
    I think he meant would an SB3 provide the ad-hoc connection. Currently the answer is no but it would technically be possible in future firmware.
    Exactly. I'm looking for an ad-hoc connection (or as I understand, a "private wireless network for only the Controller" and no Other wireless computing device.

    Is this doable with 1) the Receiver and/or 2) the SB3?

    Thanks in advance.

    *Bradley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    What about if you just bought the controller and not the receiver? Would the SB3's provide the same functionality?
    As we said receiver, yes. SB3 I will have to get back to you on.

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    Will I be able to pick one up at your booth next week? :-)

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    Congrats! How about some nice hot internal photos of the SBR?

    I've always thought it would be really cool if the SqueezeBox could act as an AP.

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    Oh, poo, I just noticed that it's missing the headphone port.. of course the headphone port was never useful for headphones, but was great for IR Blaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twylie View Post
    Will I be able to pick one up at your booth next week? :-)
    You can play with one, but we won't have any for sale.

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    Announcing the Squeezbox Duet

    On Jan 5, 2008, at 5:11 PM, upstatemike wrote:
    > This looks great but I am not clear about the controller... do you
    > need
    > a wireless network to use it? I have 14 Squeezebox players but they
    > are
    > all wired. Would I have to put up a wireless network to use this
    > remote?


    If you buy the Duet bundle, you can connect the Receiver to your
    ethernet network and bridge to the Controller without any other
    wireless networking equipment.



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