Roku Soundbridge M1000/M1001

We hebben 16 expert reviews en 138 gebruiker reviews van internationale bronnen geanalyseerd. Experts beoordelen dit product met 79/100 en gebruikers met 80/100. De gemiddelde review datum is 2007-10-25. We hebben deze reviews vergeleken met 256077 reviews van andere Media Players. De alaScore™ voor dit product is 86/100 = Zeer Goed. Laatste update: 2018-12-13.

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Expert review door : Matthew Overington (goodgearguide.com.au)

Roku SoundBridge M1000

 

Roku's SoundBridge M1000 is a snazzy piece of industrial design, built for piping digital audio from a PC (or Internet connection), to a home stereo. ...

Stylish industrial design, outstanding functionality

Display can be hard to read from a distance

Universal plug and play support, wireless and wired networking, and both analogue and digital outputs combine to make the Roku SoundBridge M1000 a top-notch network music player.

Sep 2005

Expert review door : Bill Howard (pcmag.com)

Roku SoundBridge M1000 and M2000

 

The software schizophrenia and the inability to address network hard drives directly keep the Roku from being the best music player yet for PC users.

Stylish looks. No TV required. Compatible with Apple iTunes and can also play WMA, WAV, AAC, MP3, and Ogg Vorbis files from your PC. Handheld remote. Plays Internet radio (indirectly). Flexible configuration options.

Software download required. Separate software needed for WMA and iTunes support. iTunes support only includes ripped or imported songs, not purchased tracks. No photo or video support. Can't talk directly to network hard disk.

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Sep 2004

Expert review door (stuff.tv)

Roku SoundBridge M1000 review

 

The Soundbridge M1000 doesn't break with Roku tradition; it looks the part, sounds the part and is pleasingly promiscuous in the software department

The Soundbridge is the most versatile, intuitive and downright sexy music streamer around. Get one in your spare room with haste

Okt 2006

Expert review door (stuff.tv)

Stuff magazine

 

The Soundbridge M1000 doesn't break with Roku tradition; it looks the part, sounds the part and is pleasingly promiscuous in the software department

The Soundbridge is the most versatile, intuitive and downright sexy music streamer around. Get one in your spare room with haste

Okt 2006

Expert review door : Nathaniel Wilkins (cnet.com.au)

Roku SoundBridge M1000

 

Roku SoundBridge is a network music player that lets you play your Mac or PC digital music files anywhere in the house - connecting your stereo or powered speakers to your computer's digital music library.

Supports iTunes and Slim Devices' SlimServer software ; Includes 802.11b wireless card ; Large, bright text display ; Rhapsody support via a third-party plug-in ; Simple interface ; Optical and coaxial digital audio outputs ; Works with Windows and Mac

Can't stream secure AAC files purchased from iTunes store ; Side-mounted cable covers aren't durable ; Small remote control ; Pricier than competing models that also stream video and images ; Lacks a headphone jack

In the final analysis, the Roku SoundBridge M1000 is a better-than-average audio-only digital media receiver.It's better-looking and slightly more affordable than the Slim Devices' Squeezebox but not quite as durable or as stable as that model

Sep 2004

Expert review door : Mark Fleischmann (soundandvision.com)

Roku SoundBridge M1000

 

Setup was literally plug-and-play because I used a wired connection, hooking up my PC's router to the SoundBridge with an Ethernet cable. SoundBridge is also wi-fi 80211b compatible. The latest M1000 has built-in wi-fi and the original came with a...

Apr 2006

Expert review door : Dave Oliver (avreview.co.uk)

Roku SoundBridge M1000 digital soundserver

 

Digital soundservers aren?t necessarily the most photogenic devices on the planet. Their nature as a bridging device seems to dictate that they should be tucked out of sight and merely heard, not seen. Roku?s SoundBridge is the exception however...

Good looks, easy to set up and use, reliable connection ;

Requires third party music playing software, not the cheapest soundserver

It may not be the cheapest wireless music server on the market, but it is certainly one of the better looking - not something you'd be ashamed to be seen with. Ease of use and general quality of performance were also first-rate, making this a quick and...

Jul 2005

Expert review door : Jason Snell (macworld.com)

Roku SoundBridge M1000 and M2000

 

With a uniquely clean design and built-in iTunes support, a readable display, a simple infrared remote control, and a reasonable price, Roku's SoundBridge M1000 can fit well in your home stereo system.

Support for compressed and uncompressed audio ; digital and analog ports ; easy to set up ; text is very readable

Expensive ; software has some rough edges ; no support for encrypted iTunes Music Store files

The SoundBridge doesn't offer music storage. Instead, it streams music data over your home network from Macs or PCs running iTunes. Just select the Share My Music option in iTunes' Sharing preference pane

Dec 2004

Expert review door : Michael Knott (netzwelt.de)

Edel und stark: Roku Soundbridge unter der Lupe

 
Mar 2005

Expert review door : Nathaniel Wilkins (cnetfrance.fr)

Roku SoundBridge M1000

 

Le récepteur audionumérique signé Roku a presque tout pour lui. Particulièrement bien conçu, efficace, il jouera parfaitement son rôle de diffuseur à condition de faire l'impasse sur la musique achetée sur iTunes Music Store.

Jul 2005