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Dell (Rio) Audio Receivers (3)

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade - Other' started by Toph, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Sep 2, 2010 at 11:52 PM
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    Toph

    Toph [OP] Addicted to V8s

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    I have a few of these I bought for my Dad, but he never ended up using them.

    They were made by SonicBlue and they have an ethernet and hpna connector and stream mp3s/wmas from your computer over your network. They also have a built in amplifier to power speakers. I'm pretty sure it's a class-t amp, which are known for their efficiency and good sound. These little boxes are really impressive, but I live in such a small apartment, they don't make much sense.

    Asking $40 shipped for each one...I'll cut you a deal if you buy all of them.

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    It uses a server software program, which you can download from dell. I've tested it with winXP with no problems. People have made homebrew software that plays flac and ogg.
     

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