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    All SqueezeBox players can be controlled from iPhone or iPad or Android or Tablet or Computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mydarkstar1x View Post
    One drawback I would say is that the Boom had better sound. But to me, that is fine because I only listen to this while laying in bed two feet away from it. So I never turn mine up too much.
    That would be the killer for me. I haven't yet found a Boom-like device, Bluetooth speaker etc that matches the Boom for SQ. I like mine with the treble turned up, the false stereo (Stereo XL ?) enabled, and the volume cranked up! Output that belies its size.

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    Suddenly no mysqueezebox.com

    Mydarkstar1x

    I sent you a Private Message through the forum asking if you wanted to sell
    your troubled Boom.

    I control my Boom with an Android tablet and Orange Squeeze app. It can
    display as one line or as pictures, I use the one line display, it's
    faster. Pictures display if provided when albums or songs play. I tried a
    program to retrieve pictures from the Internet and delete duplicates from
    my library and ended up losing many songs because I had ripped them myself
    and the data didn't match the Internet's names exactly. I had given away
    the CDs too!

    Regards,

    David

    On Wed, Feb 27, 2019, 14:08 Mydarkstar1x <
    Mydarkstar1x.8w54vb (AT) no-mx (DOT)...limdevices.com> wrote:

    >
    > Just to follow up : I've got the Grace Mondo+ all fired up and working
    > in my place and am very happy with it. Much easier to work than the
    > Boom. Granted, it's still a system which mostly relies on navigating via
    > a big knob, but it's much easier to use it on a 3.5" screen rather than
    > a single line display.
    >
    > - Much easier to search for radio stations
    > - Bluetooth makes adds so much more value to it. Controlling it with an
    > iPhone & iPad with that makes it twice as valuable as the Boom. The aux
    > cable of the Boom is just not nearly as helpful.
    > - Other individual settings which make for convenience (ie adjustment of
    > screen brightness based on time of)
    >
    > One drawback I would say is that the Boom had better sound. But to me,
    > that is fine because I only listen to this while laying in bed two feet
    > away from it. So I never turn mine up too much.
    >
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