Roku SoundBridge M1001

$200.00 Released December, 2006

Product Shot 1Internet radio is a great alternative to satellite radio if you are looking to save on the cost of the subscription, while maintaining access to thousands of CD quality stations. The Soundbridge M1001 is a Internet radio receiver that connects to your home network and streams live audio streams to your home entertainment center.

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Connects to the network with the included ethernet or WiFi ports, and to your home stereo using your choice of digital optical, digital coax or RCA analog outputs. Also boasts a large 280x16 pixel VFD display for track information. With this fairly inexpensive tuner you can listen to Radio Paradise through your sweet home theater in the comfort of your living room.

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Infomaniac: #roku_soundbridge_m1001 The Roku Soundbridge M1001 was a Christmas present to myself and I am happy with the purchase. I am able to listen to all of my music stored on my Maxtor Shared Storage Drive on my Sony Home Theater in the next room. I have a wireless network set up with a Maxtor Shared Storage drive the houses all of my music. The beauty of of Maxtor network drive is that I don't even need to have my computer on to listen to my music! That won't be the case with all NAS drives but the Maxtor has a built in Media Server that works with the Roku out of the box. If you are looking for an easy way to share your music over your network to your stereo receiver or home theater then definitely check out the Roku. I am happy with my purchase. Apr 23, 07
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Erik: #roku_soundbridge_m1001 This look pretty exciting to me. As I pointed out the other day, we listen to Radio Paradise all day at ProductWiki through our media server. This would be a nice, stylish way to bring it into the living room. Jan 14, 07
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