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Does anyone have/use these things?

I've got two that I'm going to sell and I was looking to avoid the hassle of eBay if possible.

I've got a Squeezebox Boom which is this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-930-0 ... B001EWDVXG

and a Squeezebox classic: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Logitech-Sque ... SwYSlXg47A

Apparently they can be modified in all sorts of ways to get audiophile quality audio, which is why they still hold value now. You simply install some software on a PC/server/NAS and it streams audio to each room.

The Boom is an all-in-one unit and the classic works with an existing hifi/amp/speakers.

If it's to someone on here, we can sort a price out below ebay/shipped - if you are close, you could even collect them - or if I'm passing on my travels next week.

BG



Edit to add condition.

The boom is in good condition, boxed and should have remote and everything included. The classic had an issue with the stand where the back clips went brittle. It's been fixed back in place again and is solid again, comes with remote and original psu. I'm sure I've got the box. There is a mark over the screen, but I'm sure you'd not notice in use.


Edit 2:

Boom:

- Original box
- remote control
- Power supply
- BAG that it's protected in, some cloth thing (details! lol)

Classic V3

- original box
- The manuals you got, all wrapped new
- Power supply
- Remote control
- Will throw in an RCA lead and optical if it fits in the box

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