Pros It streams Internet radio, which is great. But Internet radio is by it's nature buggy, so that's been a problem.
Cons The biggest con is the fact that, as other posters note, it only plays 10 of your songs at a time, no matter how many you've got in your playlist! WORSE, I spent hours on the phone with tech support trying to debug only to learn later (as another poster
Pros I thought the sound quality was pretty good. I like the remote too. I found the setup to be fairly straight-forward. Streaming was reliable, with very few skips, and was much better than wireless speakers I have tried in the past.
Cons Beware: This player will only work with Musicmatch Version 8.2, which is shipped with the product. I made the mistake of purchasing a Musicmatch Plus license for $19.99 and the right to all future upgrades for another $39.99, then allowed the software t
Pros The product is small, cute and wireless. Works with its own speakers but better with an audio reciever. (But then it's not wireless)
Cons It constantly loses the Media Server, and when it reboots the DHCP doesn't work, you have to manually assign your own IP Address, and if you are not network savvy that could steal the fun from this POS.
Pros insanely inexpensive network music player
Cons you name it
Summary I found this unit at a liquidation outlet for $40. For that price I can't complain about it's many shortcomings and limitations. It's fine for playing internet radio and some networked files through my home theater receiver. The SPDIF output is handy, as well as the wired network jack - since the 80211.b wifi slows my whole network down & I'd have to disable my WPA-PSK to support this. Again, for the short money, if you like to tinker, you could do worse.
It could be handy with a DC power source, for listening to internet radio near a hotspot. As I said, good for tinkering
Pros Circuit City refunded my money
Cons Horrible documentation, No support: this is usually not a factor for me, but I couldn't even get started with set-up. The set-up guide and CD show different settings/hook-up for network cable--I had to figure it out for myself. Playlists do not play