Rockford Fosgate WiFi Car/Home Audio Bundle


#1

Welcome to the Rockford Fosgate WiFi Car/Home Audio Bundle topic page for Tuesday, April 12th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

I stayed up for this again? Oh well, it’s still a good deal, just not for me.


#3

I still think last night was a good deal. Maybe small but a good gift for a kid. Tonight’s WOOT is cool! I know a bunch of people have been asking for this bundle again. The price is killer. You know that they must know someone who knows someone who had a truck diverted :wink:

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#4

ROBOTS ALWAYS STOMP ON GIRLS AND DRINK 40’S!!!11!01010101110


#5

!!! love this tune.


#6

Hmmm… tempting!


#7

LOL and MORE show up on ebay lol.

Here ya go.


Rockford Fosgate WiFi Car/Home Audio Bundle
And one for the road
$199.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Hold on to your USB ports, Wooters – this is the last go round for the nearly famous, all-exclusive, all-inclusive bundle of the Omnifi Product Line including 4 full retail packages: Home Digital Media Streamer (DMS1), Omnifi/D-Link Home WiFi Adapter (DWL-120R), Omnifi Car Head Unit & 20GB Enclosure System (DMP1), and Omnifi/D-Link Car WiFi Adapter (DWL-121), at a jaw-droppingly low price you just won’t find anywhere else. If you missed it before, be sure not to miss it this time because this is the last batch that’s available. We’d like to thank all the Wooters that bought this bundle for making this exclusive offering a success.

First, meet the Omnifi DMS1 Home Digital Media Streamer. Inside its unassuming black casing beats the heart of a media-streaming lion, with the included wireless adapter giving you access to all of your MP3 and WMA files from anywhere in your home. Frustrated because your tinny little computer speakers just can’t convey the full majesty of “Stairway to Heaven”? Staring at a backlog of thousands of audio files in your CD-burning queue? Make the DMS1 part of your home entertainment system and experience the roar like never before. The logical, intuitive interface mimics the folder hierarchy on your PC, and the onscreen display works whether your TV is on or not. Oh, and there’s a remote control included – we wouldn’t want to disturb your rocking out with anything resembling physical exertion.

Convinced yet, skeptical one? Don’t be: the best part is yet to come. The DMP1 Mobile puts your audio collection on wheels! Just install it wherever you’d put a car CD changer, and wirelessly load it up with up to 20GB of music from your PC. Thanks to the auto sync feature, it can sit out in your garage and fetch the content you want while you’re snug in bed. You’ll roll off to work every morning armed with a fresh batch of tunes, news, audiobooks, whatever – enough to keep you relaxed even through the Ventura Freeway’s nastiest traffic snarls. In a pinch, you can use the USB-equipped removable HDD (20 gigs, remember?) to shuttle data between home and work, or to grab your own copies of a friend’s killer collection of Grateful Dead bootlegs. The user interface is exactly the same as the DMS1. And it’s crafted of durable heat-resistant plastic, so on summer days you won’t find a glob of grey goo where your DMP1 used to be.

The included USB-to-WiFi internet adapters are the mortar that holds the House of OmniFi together, the straw that stirs the OmniFi drink. Sure, you can use the USB to Ethernet wired connection adapter with the DMS-1 if you want to run Cat-5 cable out to your garage – and maybe you already have. But the rest of us can use of the included DWL-121 WiFi Adapter for your car, made for Omnifi by D-Link. A similar USB to WiFi adapter, the DWL-120R, is included for use with the Home Audio Streamer as well.

Finally, the included SimpleCenter software quickly and reliably rips tracks from CD to MP3, and it uncannily sniffs out your media and labels it with all the relevant discographical info. The DMS1 can hook up with the Rhapsody subscription service, as well as Microsoft’s Media Player 10 Media Connect Plug-In (ushering you into other services like Napster, Wal-Mart Music, and more). Whew!

All told, that’s a car player, a home media streamer, two wireless adapters, and you, sitting there with your pile of completely legitmate MP3s. This ludicrously low price simply will not be repeated anywhere else. Our loyal fans have made Woot! what it is today, and Rockford Fosgate wants a piece of the action, so this one’s for you diehards. Ain’t Woot beautiful?

Omnifi DMS1 Features:
Home digital audio receiver
Remote Control
SimpleCenter® software for organizing and scheduling music downloads
Upgradeable software can be updated to accept format changes
Wi-Fi (802.11b) wireless router and required for wireless transfer of audio filer
Line level (RCA) outputs (connects to your home stereo with supplied cable)
composite (RCA) video and S-video outputs
accepts a wired Ethernet LAN connection
MP3 and WMA compatible
Dimensions: 11-1/16”W x 2-3/16”H x 8-1/4”D
Warranty: 1 year
Omnifi DMP1 Features:
Removable 20-gig hard drive (approx 300 hours of audio)
Hard drive housing for permanent mounting in your vehicle (mounts vertically or horizontally)
Dash-mounted (DIN) controller (can be surface-mounted)
Line level (RCA) outputs (connects to your in-dash receiver via auxiliary inputs or an optional RF modulator)
SimpleCenter software for organizing and scheduling music downloads
Upgradeable software can be updated to accept format changes
MP3 and WMA compatible
Favorites playlist holds 20 songs
WiFi (802.11b) wireless router required for wireless transfer of audio files
Stereo RCA outputs
Dimensions: 6-1/16”W x 2-1/4”H x 7-11/16”D (hard drive housing); 6-13/16”W x 1-13/16”H x 2-1/8”D (controller/display)
Warranty: 1 year
*Disclaimer on DMP1 Pricing:Due to an errant price feed from a popular fulfillment distributor, several online retail stores subscribing to their inventory feed exhibit various incorrect price points (sub $200), but they have had no stock nor will they receive stock. Check closely when researching this item for stock levels on stores with sub-$200 pricing on the DMP1. This information is direct from Rockford.

*Disclaimer on Disclaimer on DMP1 Pricing: We don’t like hype at Woot and this comes a little close for comfort, so do your own research, read our community and make your own assessement of this opportunity.

An un-official hack site:
http://members.cox.net/techfire/omnifi/start.html

Also compatability with Microsoft Media Centers explained here:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/devices/wmconnect/default.aspx

Oh! and some of you first pagers are no longer first pagers!


#8

not again. I hope this doesn’t turn into one of those Dell Speaker type of things where they sell these like once every other week. :frowning:


#9

nope…


#10

Crap. This again?

pete
www.mobilereviews.net


#11

Whiners list:

pernst - 1
palonge - 1
computergeekAZ - 1
mac daddy - 1
Total - 4


#12

wooty car go vrooom woot


#13

I’m bored with this woot… When are we going to get a $50 iPod mini? :wink:


#14

meh, again?

:frowning: i need my beauty rest … i’m on the east coast …

oh well, gotta be at work in 7 hours. best be going …

goodnight all!


#15

Thanks for the great speakers Woot! I am going ot pass on this one.


#16

haha. Sweet. Very 1st post.

I bought this last time and I LOVE IT!!!

TOTALLY WORTH IT!!!

I want another set of 5.1 Dell Speakers!!!

www.dynatech.blogspot.com Tech News, and a bunch more stuff…

EDIT: hey GC, why did you delete my post? I was editing it when you deleted it! (and I finally was the very first one but not anymore. ohwell)


#17

Ahhhh Man, I want one but don’t have the $$$$$$$$$$


#18

I’m most happy with my Sirius car stereo, thanks anyway WOOT… :lol:


#19

Anybody want to share their experience with this? thinking about it and want some help


#20

c’mon, woot, throw down a SD compatible mp3 player. That’s all I want. :slight_smile: