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  Reply # 610253 16-Apr-2012 21:50

scottjpalmer:
KevinL: Nice review. ?Where's my commission? ;-)


The cheque is in the mail ;-)


Glad you like it.  I've convinced a number of people to buy one of these now, although you're the first to buy it sight unseen (sound unheard?).  The output and quality is just outstanding from such a compact package - well worth the price IMHO.

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  Reply # 610266 16-Apr-2012 22:20 Send private message

Just saw that it has Apt-X, would be very interested to try it out with the One X I get Wednesday.




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  Reply # 610269 16-Apr-2012 22:25 Send private message

NZtechfreak: Just saw that it has Apt-X, would be very interested to try it out with the One X I get Wednesday.


I'll be in Auckland in late May.

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  Reply # 610331 17-Apr-2012 08:48 Send private message

scottjpalmer:
NZtechfreak: Just saw that it has Apt-X, would be very interested to try it out with the One X I get Wednesday.


I'll be in Auckland in late May.


Geek meetup?




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  Reply # 610375 17-Apr-2012 10:01 Send private message

Tight schedule but will try and jack something up.



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  Reply # 793829 5-Apr-2013 13:16 Send private message

I'm having a massive clear out and my foxL Soundmatters Platinum bluetooth speaker with travel case doesn't get enough use so it is on the chopping block.

Any takers? As new, top of the range, worth over $400 but yours for $170.

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  Reply # 794741 7-Apr-2013 20:52 Send private message

Thought I would give a plug to my favourite website of the moment: www.thewirecutter.com
It recommends the logitech UE mini wireless speaker.

Jon

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