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    Devices wanted

    I have a plan to collect complete line of Squeezebox devices including models variations. After some investigation I have this list:

    • SLIMP3 (wired only)
    • Squeezebox SB1 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox SBG (= SB1 with upgraded display) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox2 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox v3 (with Slim Devices logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox Classic (= v3 with Logitech logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Transporter (wireless)
    • Transporter SE (wireless)
    • Duet (= Receiver + Controller) (wireless)
    • Boom (wireless)
    • Radio (wireless)
    • Touch (wireless)
    • UE Smart Radio (wireless)


    Is that all or I missed something? What about some color variations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deefha View Post
    I have a plan to collect complete line of Squeezebox devices including models variations. After some investigation I have this list:

    • SLIMP3 (wired only)
    • Squeezebox SB1 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox SBG (= SB1 with upgraded display) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox2 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox v3 (with Slim Devices logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox Classic (= v3 with Logitech logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Transporter (wireless)
    • Transporter SE (wireless)
    • Duet (= Receiver + Controller) (wireless)
    • Boom (wireless)
    • Radio (wireless)
    • Touch (wireless)
    • UE Smart Radio (wireless)


    Is that all or I missed something? What about some color variations?
    UE Radio was sold in white as well as black
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    There was a model (I think SB 3) that was signed by Sean Adams and Dean Blackketter
    Classic came in white and black
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    I have black and red RADIOs. I thought there was a white radio too, but not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garym View Post
    I have black and red RADIOs. I thought there was a white radio too, but not sure.
    I have a white radio - I had to give back my Red beta test unit which I think was a different shade of red to production.

    SB1G and SB2 came in 4 colours fo a while

    https://web.archive.org/web/20050103...com/index.html

    edit:

    There are a number of different styles of remote control.

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    I can probably let you have an SB1(Black) and an SB1G in silver - both wireless I think, but in varying stages of crustiness. I seem to remember that the soft feel plastic on the SB1 decomposed and I removed it with solvent, so definitely not mint/collectors item. If you're interested I'll dig them out and check if they're working/complete. You'll need to cover shipping from the UK, but otherwise they're free to a good home.

    Cheers

    Chris

    Quote Originally Posted by deefha View Post
    I have a plan to collect complete line of Squeezebox devices including models variations. After some investigation I have this list:

    • SLIMP3 (wired only)
    • Squeezebox SB1 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox SBG (= SB1 with upgraded display) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox2 (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox v3 (with Slim Devices logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Squeezebox Classic (= v3 with Logitech logo) (wired only / wireless)
    • Transporter (wireless)
    • Transporter SE (wireless)
    • Duet (= Receiver + Controller) (wireless)
    • Boom (wireless)
    • Radio (wireless)
    • Touch (wireless)
    • UE Smart Radio (wireless)


    Is that all or I missed something? What about some color variations?

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    I don't know what level of detail you plan on going to in collecting variations but Transporters came in silver and black. Additionally, the earlier Transporters came with the 'Slim Devices' logo while the later Logitech ones simply said 'Transporter'.
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    Well, it's getting a little bit complicated :-) I think I'll skip some of color & logo options, at least for now. I will primarily focus on the hardware differences.
    SLIMP3, SB1G, SB3/Classic, Receiver, Controller, Boom, Radio, Touch
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    Quote Originally Posted by lostboy View Post
    I can probably let you have an SB1(Black) and an SB1G in silver - both wireless I think, but in varying stages of crustiness. I seem to remember that the soft feel plastic on the SB1 decomposed and I removed it with solvent, so definitely not mint/collectors item. If you're interested I'll dig them out and check if they're working/complete. You'll need to cover shipping from the UK, but otherwise they're free to a good home.

    Cheers

    Chris
    I am very interested into your offer, thank you! If you really can look for these devices, I would appreciate it.
    SLIMP3, SB1G, SB3/Classic, Receiver, Controller, Boom, Radio, Touch
    LMS 7.9.2 nightly @ Chromebox ASUS M004U (Debian wheezy)
    6x 4 TB in RAID 6 @ QNAP TS-869 Pro
    4x 3 TB in RAID 5 @ QNAP TS-419P
    http://www.last.fm/user/deefha

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    SB3 aka Classic was sold with or without wifi card , but that option soon disappeared , but it is a plug in card so you can make one or the other by tossing or adding the wifi card .

    I dont think there where sold without wifi when logitech took over
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