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Qsonix launches Q110 music management system

Darren Murph
September 26, 2007
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For those who spend copious amounts of time listening to their music collection -- enough to justify a touchscreen-based music management system -- the Qsonix Q110 ought to tempt your wallet. The device is available in 250GB, 500GB or 1TB kits and features front access USB / accessory ports, four discrete analog audio outputs for multi-room applications and IR remote control capabilities. Additionally, it comes bundled with the latest (v2.2) software that adds "a fully integrated MusicGiants HD Download Store using Qsonix's Album Browser drag-and-drop interface," and just in case you plan on never going there, each system comes with a $50 music store credit to rope you in. Reportedly, the Q110 is available as we speak with prices ranging from a whopping $5,995 to a staggering $7,795. [Warning: PDF read link]

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