05-28-2008 03:01 AM
Is there somewhere i can download the software, or get a new disc from?
Any help would be great.
10-12-2008 10:51 PM
I have been waiting for a reasonably priced alternative to allow me to play my music collection from my computer on my home stereo system. Up to this point I had been plugging my iPod directly into the system, but the solution was less than ideal.
The Wireless DJ is perfect. It was unbelievably easy to set up. I assumed I would go through the typical process when...
10-12-2008 10:54 PM
I had problems with low volume and frequent droupouts, even though the receiver was less than 30 feet from the transmitter. Found out accidentally that unplugging the power to the receiving unit cured both problems for the remainder of the session. The next time I used it, the problems came back. Logitech Support told me I had a defective unit. I returned it for a replacement. The new unit still had the dropouts, but not the low volume problem, and no way to cure it, even temporarily, so I returned it too. I would gladly buy this product again if Logitech could solve the dropout problems.
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10-12-2008 10:57 PM
In my case I could no longer hear on my PC with the software running. Even when I though the software was not running, I could not hear my computer speakers. This is likely remedied with some fiddling, and I will assume this probably user error on my part. I did get my speakers back when I uninstalled the product.
11-17-2008 02:00 AM
try this link. I to lost my cd but thru try after try i found what i was looking for.
If it is not the one you require tryping in what you want in the surch bar at the top of the downloaded link.
They are known as slim line products.