LLinux Drives Digital Audio Revolution

Home music networks of the (near) future will bring unlimited choice into your living room.
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The SliMP3 is a small device that connects to your home network and plays MP3 files or Internet radio using your existing PC as a storage and streaming server. The server software runs on various Windows versions, Linux, OS X, and is available as platform-independant Perl code.

The 8.5 x 2.5 x 2 inch (21.5 x 6.4 x 5 cm) device has a bright flourescent display and comes with a remote, which makes it easy to use from across the room. The only connections are RCA stereo jacks, ethernet, and power.

http://www.slimdevices.com/

This device will be my next home audio purchase. Now all I need to do is rip all my CDs...

Tony Greene agreene@pobox.com

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