I am trying to set up a wifi radio system and seem to be looking at the squeezebox touch as being the best alternative to the rest. Looking for more info on connectivity.
I have a small radio that accepts rca plugs.
I have a wifi network on a different floor in the house.
I want the radio to play classical music stations.
I really enjoy RadioIO stuff.
I am wondering how the squeezebox touch will perform if I connect it to the radio with a radioio subscription and that it will be able to get the wifi signal from the other floor. I know that my Zune player can connect from there.
What other Classical music is available through squeezebox touch that would be easy to get at.
I have not felt confident enough in other equipment descriptions to feel they would work the way I want it to.
Results 1 to 2 of 2
2012-01-30, 00:34 #1
- Join Date
- Jan 2012
Squeezebox touch, small radio, wifi, classical
2012-01-30, 07:44 #2
- Join Date
- May 2008
- United States
Should work fine if wifi network is good. Lots of classical available via Internet stations, services etc. or if a small radio is all you want consider the SB radio.Location 1: VortexBox Appliance 6TB (2.2) > LMS 7.7.2 > Transporter, Touch, Boom, Radio w/Battery (all ethernet)
Location 2: VBA 3TB (2.2) > LMS 7.7.2 > Touch > Benchmark DAC I, Boom, Radio w/Battery (all ethernet except Radio)
Office: Win7(64) > LMS 7.7.2 > SqueezePlay
Spares: VBA 4TB, SB3, Touch (3), Radio (3), CONTROLLER
Controllers: iPhone4S (iPeng), iPad2 (iPengHD & SqueezePad), CONTROLLER, or SqueezePlay 7.7 on Win7(64) laptop
Ripping (FLAC) - dbpoweramp, Tagging - mp3tag, Spotify