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Philips Streamium WACS7000

Sydney Morning Herald
  • Excerpt: A wireless music centre that lets you rip your CDs without a computer and create a wireless network of music stations around your home.
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JVC UXN1W Music System

Sydney Morning Herald
  • Excerpt: The problem with little music systems is that they all look the same, which means any that appear even a little different tend to stand out on a retailer's shelf.
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The House of Marley Bag of Rhythm

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Standing out in a world of bland boomboxes is the very appropriately named Bag of Rhythm from The House of Marley – a company which says its aim is to produce top-quality audio gear while giving back to 1Love, the charity started by Bob Marley’s family.
  • Pros: Great looking; well made; stands out in the crowd
  • Cons: Audio not for classical-music lovers; no remote
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Bose SoundLink Air

MacWorld
  • Conclusion: The SoundLink Air is easy to configure and sounds good in general use. I’m disappointed that the rechargeable battery isn’t included, and I find the lack of an on-board power button bizarre.
  • Pros: Easy setup; good audio quality
  • Cons: Rechargeable battery not included; bass distortion at top volume
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Logitech Squeezebox Boom

CHOICE
  • Summary: For the price, the Squeezebox Boom would want to do much more than simply wake you up in the morning with a buzzer or radio station – and it does. If you keep your music on your PC and also enjoy listening to internet radio , the Squeezebox will quickly become part of your daily routine.
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