|Package Dimensions||62.5 x 53.4 x 40.6 cm; 19.12 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||19.1 kg|
|Item Model Number||NASSC55PKE.CEK|
|Date First Available||13 June 2020|
Sony NAS-SC55 Giga Juke All-in-one 'Multi-Room Package
|Price:||+ $262.99 Delivery|
- Wireless home sound system with 80GB of memory
- Import, store and play up to 40,000 tracks from your PC, iPod or audio device
- Play up to 5 different tunes in 5 separate rooms - at the same time
- High-speed music file transfer to WALKMAN, and other portable audio devices
- Integrated FM/AM radio tuner, DAB [UK only] and internet radio
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And yet Sony managed to trick me into buying this thing by promising a universal Hi Fi of real 21 century design.
Well - most of their 'features' are just wishful thinking.
But let me start with what this giga juke does. It plays music, for sure. It plays CD's and DAB radio. It stores music on its hard drive. You can record the radio program and in most cases the x-DJ can sort the tracks into music and talk, which then can be deleted at your discretion.
You can play the recorded music in another room on the 'client' via wireless network connection. You can try to get the Internet radio - I have not done it as I mostly listen to Classic FM.
But - there is a big misdirection about its ability to connect to the internet to get information about the recorded tracks.
Well, you can connect your giga juke server to your router via cabled connection and then it is connected to the internet - but not to your local wireless network! If you set the server connection to 'wired' - it loses its connection to the client.
OK, so you are offered an option of using your local wireless network for both the server and the client connection, which then they should be connected to your pc and the internet too... Total Bul...!
I spent days and dozens of communication with Sony and my ISP to find out that their 21 century giga juke supports only WEP security settings on your wireless network. Which basically means, to use this thing at your home as promised, you have to make your network helplessly unsecure and open to any attack.
No, thank you Sony for this trick!
So far I used to buy Sony products in hope they will always work together. So I have Sony Bravia, Sony DVD recorder, Sony Vaio and now Sony Giga Juke or GIGANTIC JUNK!
And it is the end of my buying from Sony: false promises, lousy support and mediocre reality. Thank you very much.