Logitech Media Server
Logitech Media Server
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Logitech Media Server7.8.0

28 March 2014

Access your music collection over your home network.

Overview

Logitech Media Server (was Squeezebox Server) is a revolutionary approach to music playback, which frees you from the hassles of fragile, expensive compact discs. It presents an entirely new way of accessing and enjoying your music collection. Instead of storing your music on CDs or memory cards, the SlimServer uses your home network to access the music stored on your computer. Imagine having lightning-fast access to any song in your collection, from any room of your home, with no limit to the size of your music library.

What's new in Logitech Media Server

Version 7.8.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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22 Reviews of Logitech Media Server

Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 4.2

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What's new? Read the release notes: http://www.slimdevices.com/su_changelog.html
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Steve-Frawley
03 June 2016
Version: 7.8.0
Abandonware. I invested in the boxes and now nothing works on any new OS.
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Ssj152
05 August 2014
Version: 7.8.0
The Logitech site shows version 7.7.3 as the current version and that version downloads if you select it. I don't know where MacUpdate is getting 7.8.0 to show at the top of the page. I selected the 7.8.0 to download from MacUpdate and it did and says it is 7.8.0 and is a .pkg.. It DID install OK and shows 7.8.0 as the current version. Won't know about how it plays music until tomorrow as it is late and my wife has gone to sleep for the night. This is confusing - where did this version come from?
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Glufs1
18 July 2011
Version: 7.5.5
worked fine to begin with... when i did a re-scan of the library the artist section turns up empty but in the album section they're all there...
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Lee123
24 March 2011
Version: 7.5.3
The latest server rocks as always. What other software can stream 124 bit flac CD quality sound from any computer in the house without a single hiccup. It will also give you the weather, NCAA or NFL or any scores you desire. It can give you a stock ticker too. Of course you need to own the hardware but it is totally worth it.
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4.5
niewiesznic-1
18 January 2011
Version: 7.5.2
I use it on Synology DS210j (so its Synology modded for their NAS systems) and I wish Logitech would done it by themselves. Synology is still 7.5.1, which sucks, btw.
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Maleficio-67
29 September 2009
Version: 7.4
This new version (though it is still 32 bits) is a complete eye candy ! Actually it rocks as never. Fully compatible with snow leo and itunes 9, the remote is now faster for loading, transmitting, improved stability of network also. Logitech was very reactive for this time ! (we regret it's not the same about mice). Keep on developing when it has to be such a victory.
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Lee123
17 June 2009
Version: 7.3.3
OMG, Is anybody else using this? It rocks! I wish I had an excuse for getting the new mobile model. I think people see this as the same as playing tunes on a stereo with an ipod BUT it is not. You can play anything off your computer > 356 mbs You can actually broadcast cd quality music. This is way different than the 128 mbs recording on your ipod.
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Lee123
12 December 2008
Version: 7.3
From looking at the iTV Web site I can't tell What itv does or is. SlimServer on the other hand is a piece of hardware and the software that goes with it. You can then stream your Music (no tv) to your audio equipment. This includes all itunes music and play lists or any other music on your computer. You can stream any Internet radio station you want without having a computer on. This includes your personal pandora radio stations as well as last.fm and others. It also has awsome plugins that display on the screen of the device. For instance, you can stream the weather from a rapid fire weather station down the street from you and get real time temp, wind, preasure and such from your neighbors weather station. You can also display stock market tickers and sports scores. Also you can write your own plugin and have it do what ever you want. I highly recommend the device. You can probably pick up an older one on ebay for cheap (slim1, slim2) and they still work great. They also have two new devices that look great for home and now portable audio. Cool stuff.
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Dumond
14 March 2008
Version: 7.0
Wouldn't iTV enable this function and more for the same price?
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Señor-Epiphyte
16 December 2006
Version: 6.5
Been using this since first gen SLIMP3 player on a Green iMac G3. The server, plus some plugins, and the Java Softsqueeze combine to make a very useful whole house sync or independent music distribution system. Current version 6.5 is very good on my G5 1.8. Infrequently loses sync with wireless remote head units or Macs when heavy action on the server Mac. Very reliable distribution of asynchronous music to head units. Can't beat the price. [ Anxiously awaiting impact of recent acquisition of SLIMs parent company.]
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3.5
Anonymous
11 July 2005
Version: 6.0.2
This is a great idea, an open-source controller for their hardware box. There are tons of features, lots of room for customization, and the menus are well-organized. The ability to play internet radio in my living room makes it worthwhile in itself. However, the software is too buggy. I get frequent pauses in the music, and occasionally the box loses the connection with the server entirely. Sometimes the server also shuts down for no apparent reason, and without logging anything. If they can work out the bugs, this will be a really nice server. Until then, it's kind of frustrating.
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3.75
Anonymous
27 April 2005
Version: 6.0.2
This is actually a decent thing. It works pretty well - not great - a little touchy, and counter intuitive at times - feels a bit like a Windoze app that's been ported over to the light side of the force - but it does what it should, and it's handy and simple enough to be useful. Not to finicky to set up, but does require some knowledge of your system and general computer-ness to be of any help. It's not going to work out the stuff for you.
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Anonymous
06 April 2005
Version: 6.0.1
Anybody know how to how to uninstall slim server again?
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Anonymous
30 March 2005
Version: 6.0
I installed this for current user, started the server, and clicked on the web interface button. But the connection is refused, so is it working or not? Also doesn't seem to be an uninstaller?
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Anonymous
07 March 2005
Version: 6.0a2
Question: When I read the description and the requirements correctly, then I should be able to listen to my iTunes music anywhere in my wireless internet home connection radius after I downloaded and installed this SlimServer. Or do I need any additional software/hardware?
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Anonymous
20 April 2004
Version: 5.1.4
This release doesn't read my iTunes playlists. Since installing this version, my playlists no longer read properly. It's an odd error, because I can still listen to individual songs. Oops! Hopefully the next nightly will have this error fixed. From previous versions, this is an amazing piece of software. The only way to go in easily streaming music from your Mac. And it's FREE! Cheers!
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Menime
19 April 2004
Version: 5.1.3
Hi! My name is... Hi! My name is... Hi! my name is... Slimserver. yeah i know, pretty lame.
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3.5
Anonymous
10 December 2003
Version: 5.0.1
Great software for the SqueezeBox, but I can't get it to act as an internet server
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Anonymous
30 November 2003
Version: 5.0.1
This is so cool! I love my SLIMP3!
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4.5
Rsnyder6
19 November 2003
Version: 5.0
You can use this software to stream music over the Internet to any software player that supports MP3 streaming. You don't need any extra hardware.
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Anonymous
19 November 2003
Version: 5.0
Great! Downloaded this software, now all I need to do is buy the $299.00 hardware that goes with it.
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Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 4.2
What's new? Read the release notes: http://www.slimdevices.com/su_changelog.html
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