An instant classic that keeps on holding its own.
Before 5-figure "statement" DACs, boutique headphone amps, dedicated network servers and Roon subscriptions, the Squeezebox Touch was nicely handling all of those chores in a compact, no fuss, affordable desktop unit.
If you're reading this, then you are no doubt aware how sought-after these are in excellent condition. If that's what you're looking for, you hit paydirt. Not only is this unit in superb condition, it also comes with additional items that make it audiophile-worthy:
Stereophile Review: The Touch has transformed my listening habits; I cannot see living without it . . . get a Squeezebox Touch right now. You'll never look back.
- Firmware mod to fully support 24/192 output.
- 12' Digital Audio Cable to carry that hi-res data.
- 64Gb flash drive - just load your music, plug-in and go.
Darko Audio Review: The real audiophile coup of the Squeezebox Touch is that the internal DAC is excellent; especially considering the Touch’s pricepoint. Specs
Music player with WiFi & Ethernet inputs, 4.3" color touchscreen. Outputs: stereo analog (RCA), digital coaxial (RCA), TosLink, headphone on 3.5mm stereo jack. Music formats supported: MP3, FLAC, WMA standard & Lossless (by internal conversion), WAV, AIFF, Ogg Vorbis, AAC/HE-AACv2, HD-AAC, Apple Lossless, Monkey's Audio (by internal conversion). Internet radio support for MP3, Ogg Vorbis, AAC/HE-AACv2, WMA. USB & SD card ports for picture and music files. Maximum audio resolution: 24-bit/96kHz. Remote control included. System requirements (when used with a host PC): 256MB RAM, 100MB hard-disk space; Mac OSX10.4 or later; 733MHz PC running Windows 2000, XP, 7, or Vista; Linux, BSD, Solaris, Perl 5.8.3 or later. Internet connection. Ethernet connection and/or 802.11 b/g network connection.