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    Senior Member finnbrodersen's Avatar
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    Intel Wireless Music

    Hi

    Just read about some Logitech receiver for a wireless music technology pushed by Intel (sorry danish site http://www.comon.dk/nyheder/intel-st...-1.418478.html)

    Anybody here who has more info about this ?
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    Some version of LMS running on a HP EX490 home server
    SBReceiver --> NAD C162 / C272 --> DALI IKON 6

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    Senior Member finnbrodersen's Avatar
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    fastest man in the west (or is it east, I don't know) :-)
    Some version of LMS running on a HP EX490 home server
    SBReceiver --> NAD C162 / C272 --> DALI IKON 6

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    Former Squeezebox Guy andyg's Avatar
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    It's more of a wireless audio cable.

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    MrSinatra
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    airport express but without digital hookups?

    the next SB should include this ability, as well as bluetooth.

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    Former Squeezebox Guy andyg's Avatar
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    The problem is it's a closed solution from Intel, not something you can just add to any product. You also need special hardware for the sending side.

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    MrSinatra
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyg View Post
    You also need special hardware for the sending side.
    i understand that, altho they did say there will be a bluetooth version for those without the "intel widi"

    Quote Originally Posted by andyg View Post
    The problem is it's a closed solution from Intel, not something you can just add to any product.
    i'd pay more for the SB that had it, if this is a revenue issue, altho i'd prob opt for the bluetooth one.

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    MrSinatra
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    actually, what would be a killer product, would be a upnp/dlna client like what logitech is offering above.

    if it competes unfavorably with slim isn't the point, b/c if logitech doesn't make such a dlna client, someone else will.

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