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NETGEAR Powerline USB Music Extender (XAUB2511) Review

NETGEAR Powerline USB Music Extender (XAUB2511) Review

NETGEAR Powerline Music Extender (XAUB2511) Review

NETGEAR Powerline USB Music Extender (XAUB2511)

Powerline networking has been established for some time now and has been growing in quality with every generation. We had a look at some of NETGEAR’s Powerline offerings last year, and today we are looking at another new product… the Powerline Music Extender. This Powerline device features a USB expansion port that can be used to stream music to any device with a USB, RCA / Mini Jack connection. Alternatively, the USB port brings network functionality to printers, scanners or hard drives allowing such devices to be shared across your home network from any power outlet.

Packaging and Bundle

NETGEAR Powerline Music Extender box NETGEAR Powerline Music Extender box

The familiar packaging of NETGEAR products features again here with a clear product image also forming a diagram of the potential use of the device. On the rear of the packaging, we have further information detailing other possible usage scenarios.

NETGEAR Powerline Music Extender manuals NETGEAR Powerline Music Extender bundle

Included in the package are the two Powerline devices – 1x XAU2511 and 1x XAV1601, two Ethernet cables (2m). A USB to RCA+Mini Jack cable and setup CD/documentation.

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