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Flere bilder og data tilgjengelig i lenken ovenfor.- Amplified Player - Director Wireless-N Music Player (DMC250) - Similar to Sonos Zoneplayer 100/120, this is an amplified player with a colour 3.5" LCD user interface on the player itself. It also includes a USB port for external storage, iPoD connector and headphone/line out jack, all of which the Sonos does not have. It also includes the following input ports: analog stereo L/R RCA jacks, 1 ethernet jacks and the following output ports: S/PDIF jack, analog stereo L/R RCA jacks, L/R speaker terminals, and subwoofer;
- Controller - Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote (DRMW1000) - Simliar to the Sonos Controller with a colour 3.5" LCD touchscreen, but with a black case as are all the system components (never liked the white Sonos components, especially the Controller case). No word on whether you can use it in the shower like you can Sonos' or whether they have iPhone/iTouch software (but they are bound to eventually if they don't at release time, in order to stay competitive);
- Unamplified Player - Wireless-N Music Extender (DMP100) - Similar to the Sonos Zoneplayer 80/90. It has a manual volume control and also includes the following input ports: analog stereo L/R RCA jacks, 1 ethernet jack and the following output ports: S/PDIF, analog stereo L/R jacks, headphone/line out jack
- Conductor - Wireless-N Digital Music Center (DMC350) - A unit with built-in speakers, CD player, and color touch control screen that can be controlled by the wireless remote. Sonos does not have such a product. The great thing about this unit is you can control tunes on the CD from the remote. It also includes an optional docking station for an iPod.
- Docking Station for iPod® (MCCI40) - You can use this to connect an Ipod to the system (either to the Conductor or a Director amplified player) and recharge the iPod at the same time. Sonos does not have this, except as a typical external source which cannot be controlled. You can control the iPod from the Director, the Conductor, or with either the IR Remote or Wi-Fi Controller. The manual says you can play music from the iPod and iTunes so I assume this allows one to play DRM protected files.
- Stereo Speakers (DMSPK50) - Similiar to Sonos' speakers.
- IR remote - Allows you to control the system, including the iPod. Sonos does not have this.
The system includes support for Rhapsody and Internet Broadcasts. Also, of course, you can connect external sources and a play files from a computer (in addition to a directly connected USB drive, as mentioned above)
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The DMWR1000 Controller Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote ($349.99 MSRP) features a large color touchscreen and thumbwheel and can be used to control all players and a docked iPod.
The DMC350 Conductor Wireless-N Digital Music Center is an all-in-one wireless music system with integrated speakers, seven inch LCD touch screen, integrated CD player and IR Remote. Pricing was not announced and it appears that this will be the last family member to become available.
The DMC250 Director Wireless-N Music Player with Integrated Amplifier ($449.99 MSRP) drops the CD player and speakers and adds a 50 W amplifier.
The DMP100 Player Wireless-N Music Extender ($299.99 MSRP) is the entry-level player. It has stereo line outputs and all the functions of the more expensive player options, but no display, CD player or amplifier.