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Sima I Mix IM-120 review: Sima I Mix IM-120

Sima I Mix IM-120

Ken Feinstein

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MP3 jukeboxes
MP3 jukeboxes--stereo components that can store vast collections of music on a hard drive--may be the next big thing in home audio. The Sima I Mix offers most of the key features that you'd expect from such a device, plus a cool, two-way remote that makes it easy to navigate through your music collection. However, its clumsy PC software and slow parallel-port connection keep it from integrating completely with your PC.
6.0

Sima I Mix IM-120

The Good

Innovative two-way remote; fast CD ripping.

The Bad

Slow parallel connection to PC; can't read ID3 tags; clumsy PC software.

The Bottom Line

The Sima I Mix can store hundreds of hours of music but doesn't connect easily to your PC.
--stereo components that can store vast collections of music on a hard drive--may be the next big thing in home audio. The Sima I Mix offers most of the key features that you'd expect from such a device, plus a cool, two-way remote that makes it easy to navigate through your music collection. However, its clumsy PC software and slow parallel-port connection keep it from integrating completely with your PC.
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