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Logitech Squeezebox Touch

Logitech Squeezebox Touch
alaScore 89

617 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 617 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Audio Systems the Logitech Squeezebox Touch is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 617 reviews)

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Squeezebox Touch Review


More often than not, a monolithic public corporation acquiring a small independent company ends up stifling innovation, sacrificing quality for quantity, and inexorably suffocating the golden goose. Happily, that scenario never played out when Logitech...

Gorgeous touch screen; USB host and SD card slot; supports 24-bit, 48kHz FLAC, and Internet radio

Infrared remote; inferior to Sonos in multi-room configurations

The Touch is the first Squeezebox capable of hosting a USB storage device; it’s also outfitted with an SD memory card slot. The Touch is equipped with an AKM Semiconductor AK4420 stereo DAC that supports bit streams up to 24-bit resolution with...

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch


Editor's Note: As of 8/31/2012, Logitech has discontinued the Squeezebox Touch in favor of the new Ultimate Ears platform, but the company says it will continue to support the product and provide updates.

The Logitech Squeezebox Touch is a fully featured music-streaming device with wide file compatibility -- better than Sonos -- and support for most popular music-streaming services. The Touch seamlessly blends multiple home and online sources, making...

The device can sometimes freeze up or suffer lag, especially with a wireless connection. It's more complicated to use than the plug-and-play Sonos. The app is a little ugly compared with those made by Spotify and Sonos. The touch screen is less useful...

The Logitech Squeezebox is an excellent digital-music device that offers good sound quality and a great variety of source options, but it's not for casual users.

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch Review


When we saw Logitech's first iteration of the Squeezebox at the 2007 CEDIA Expo, we knew they were on to something. Back then, customizable internet music services like Pandora were just beginning to gain popularity, but Logitech believed that we would...

Convenient touch-screen ; Apps for Pandora, Rhapsody and much more ; Powerful Internet Radio search ; Handles high resolution audio

Analog Audio outputs sound bright ; Large Bezel ; Screen should be bigger ; Spendy ; Did we mention the price

Logitech’s Squeezebox Touch makes streaming music from the Internet or PC on your stereo even easier with an intuitive touch screen interface.


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Logitech Squeezebox Touch


Logitech's Squeezebox line of products combines the ease-of-use and functionality of the company's universal remote controls with the top-notch audio quality of its PC speakers. Squeezebox products stream music or audio via Wi-Fi from either your...

Streams music from computers and Internet radio via Wi-Fi. Sleek, minimal design with responsive touch screen. SD card slot for photo and audio files. Ambient light sensor adjusts screen brightness automatically

Lacks built-in speakers. Does not support video files. No internal storage. Apps are limited in number and usefulness

Logitech's latest touch-screen-enabled Squeezebox works well, streaming music from your computers and the Web without hiccups, but for $300, it's light on extra features.

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch review


Logitech's touch-sensitive addition to the Squeezebox family, aptly named the Touch, has taken a long and hard road to retail. First uncovered by the FCC almost a year ago, announced by Logitech back in September of 2009, and then delayed again and...

Intuitive user interface ; Very clean design ; Plenty of outputs

Costly ; Best used when you're closeby

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch REVIEW


Logitech has long been known as a maker of spiffy computer peripherals, communication devices, and entertainment products. The company decided they wanted to expand their market beyond computer speakers, mice, keyboards, webcams, and other items into...

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch Media Server


It’s rare that I come across a consumer electronics device that meets or exceeds every one of my expectations, but the Squeezebox Touch delivers on all fronts. It’s extremely easy to use and integrate into an A/V system; it features totally reliable...

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch Media Server


Remember the days when you stacked hundreds, if not thousands, of CDs into towers or bookshelves so you could have your entire music collection at your fingertips? The CD player evolved from a single tray to a multi-disc changer that allowed up to 400...

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Logitech Squeezebox Touch (TAS 206)


The debate over whether wireless audio or computer-based audio are "good enough" to be part of a high-end system is still raging among some audiophiles. For others the debate is already over. As AHC discovered when he reviewed the Meridian Sooloos...

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Review: Squeezebox Touch


The Squeezebox Touch is a great way to connect Internet music sources and your own collection to a set of external speakers, especially in a home theater.

The addition of on-device control via a 4.3-inch diagonal color LCD touchscreen is the major change between the Squeezebox Touch and the product it replaces, the Squeezebox Classic. But it’s a bit of a mixed blessing: the Classic’s display was an...

Product Specifications

The digital music revolution has given you a wealth of ways to enjoy music. Digital music files allow you to easily store thousands of songs. Online music services can tailor tunes to your taste. Internet radio lets you discover new genres from all over the world. Now, your Logitech Squeezebox Touch brings it all together in a powerfully simple little package that uses your Wi-Fi or Ethernet network to stream music to your stereo system. Up close, the player uses an intuitive, fun-to-use color touch screen. From the sofa, you use the included wireless remote.

Audio Input

Type: None

Audio System

Functions (KA):Network audio player / Internet radio
Sound Output Mode:Stereo
Subcategory (KA):Audio systems, radios, karaoke
Type:Network audio player


Coaxial Digital Output: Yes
Headphone Jack: Yes
Optical Digital Output: Yes


Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Logitech Squeezebox

Remote Control

Type:Remote control

Service & Support

Type:2 years warranty