Wednesday, February 25, 2004



Introducing the world's coolest network music player! The Roku SoundBridge lets you play your Mac or PC digital music files anywhere in the house. All major audio formats are supported — MP3, WMA, AAC, AIFF, WAV, FLAC and Ogg-Vorbis — and it's network ready with wired Ethernet or an optional CompactFlash Wi-Fi adapter. A large, bright display and Apple RendezvousTM and native iTunes® support make this player a winning part of your home entertainment system.

From the FAQ:

The world’s coolest networked music player. It streams your digital music remotely from your PC or Macintosh to any room in the house (either wired or Wi-Fi). Features include:
Supports the most audio formats of any music player
Very large, easy-to-read VFD display
Easy to use interface
WiFi and wired Ethernet support
Native iTunes support
Support for Windows or Mac platforms and music formats

From Roku's feature list:

Finally, a digital music player that looks as good as it sounds! Roku presents the SoundBridge music players, featuring a unique design that fuses beautiful, large displays with compact, sleek enclosures. The SoundBridge connects your stereo or powered speakers to your computer’s digital music library.

M1000: 10 inches wide, large 5 1/2 inch display
M2000: 17 inches wide, huge 12 inch display

Which looks like this:

This is pretty cool -- too bad the price is so high: $449.99 for the 12" display, and $249.99 5 for 1/2 inch display.

via Gizmodo

Posted at 02:02 PM in Design, Music, Web/Tech | Permalink


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