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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1616120 23-Aug-2016 07:27
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Here is the speaker I currently use. While it's great for its size, it's just a bit lacking in the oomph department.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1616124 23-Aug-2016 07:30
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I have a UE Boom at work but nothing for at home


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Geek


  Reply # 1616131 23-Aug-2016 08:05
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I currently use headphones or the phone's speakers if out and about, in my studio I use my very old CD player which takes up a huge amount of space on my desk!


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Geek
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  Reply # 1616134 23-Aug-2016 08:10
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I use my Samsung Galaxy S3


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1616146 23-Aug-2016 08:51
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I use my Windows 640. Tts barely audible in the shower but I can always guess what song its playing..


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1616165 23-Aug-2016 09:06
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Would put this as a semi-permanent fixture in my boat. Currently, has a couple of car speakers and a head unit hanging by a wire. All of which is getting really rusty from the salt. (and it's only been in since late last summer)


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1616166 23-Aug-2016 09:07
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I currently use nothing to play music at work because our stereo in the workshop doesn't have any kind of external audio inputs so I can't play anything from my iPhone which is super frustrating! So if it ain't on the radio, then I'm not listening to it.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1616171 23-Aug-2016 09:23
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Current speakers need a bit of updating, to say the least!

 

 

 





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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1616173 23-Aug-2016 09:28
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a pair of bluetooth sony noise cancelling headphones at work (MDRZX750BN) or the rare instance I'm on a plane without the children.

 

no chance to listen to anything decent in the car or at home with the kids around!

 

being able to take something portable to the man cave... now that would certainly be a welcome change!


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Geek


  Reply # 1616174 23-Aug-2016 09:28
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For movies we either use the built in Netflix client in out LG Smart TV, or the built in Plex client to access my Plex Media Server running on my primary Ubuntu desktop (mostly kids movies). The TV is connected to a Linksys WRT54g running DD-WRT as a client bridge to our main wireless AP.

 

We also have a 2nd Gen Apple TV for renting recent releases on the odd occasion, plus a tonne of old DVDs that still get whipped out occasionally..

 

For music we are bit old school and mostly listen to FM on the built in tuner in our surround sound system.  But we do also have a pokey little $15 bluetooth speaker in the shower, my wife streams her music off her iPhone, I stream Radio Sport off mine!

 

Would love a decent powerful bluetooth unit to use as an outdoor speak for our back deck/garden for the summer BBQs!!


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Geek
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  Reply # 1616192 23-Aug-2016 09:55
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At work I use headphones ..sometimes not even plugged in (no one speaks to you when you have headphones in at your desk) at home I cast via my TV unless the kids are watching netflix :)


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  Reply # 1616202 23-Aug-2016 10:04
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8 years ago I bought this Bose LifeStyle 18 Series III  

 

For my 40th Birthday & have loved it.

 


the package included external all weather speakers
& amplifier & they have taken a hammering in the
windy Wellington environment.

 

LIFE STYLE 18 DVD home entertainment system

 

 

 

 

Features: LIFE STYLE 18 DVD

 

Our most affordable LIFESTYLE® DVD system for enjoying lifelike surround sound from a DVD/CD player and VIRTUALLY INVISIBLE® cube speakers. ADAPTiQ® system customises sound to your room's acoustics.

 

     

  • Dimensions:

     

    • Media centre: 9.4cm H x 39.9cm W x 29.2cm D - 4.1kg
    • Cube speakers: 7.8cm H x 7.8cm W x 10.2cm D - 1.1kg
    • ACOUSTIMASS® module: 33cm H x 20.3cm W x 54.9cm D - 11.9kg
    • Total shipping weight: 30.4kg
  • 5 single cube speakers
  • Remote control
  • 5 speaker cables: 3 front speaker cables and 2 surround speaker cables
  • Audio input cable
  • Stereo audio cable
  • Video cable (6 ft)
  • S-video cable
  • 2 component video adapters
  • Mounting strip
  • Rubber feet for ACOUSTIMASS® module and speakers
  • 4 AAA batteries
  • TV on/off detector
  • AM loop antenna
  • Discs 1 and 2
  • FM antenna
  • Optional IR emitter cable
  • Media centre power supply
  • Headset for custom equalisation process
  • ACOUSTIMASS® module 230v power cord
  • Media centre power supply 230v power cord

time for some new technology 

 

 

 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 1616209 23-Aug-2016 10:36
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I mostly use headphones, or a scummy pair of old PC speakers upstairs. A decent Bluetooth speaker would be awesome, as long as I can find a way to keep the kids from disappearing it.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1616341 23-Aug-2016 14:43
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Currently using some Sennheiser HD 598's, but they make it hard to watch with other people.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1616351 23-Aug-2016 15:04
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Sounds good. For music currently just use an Ipod classic with headphones on the train/bus, or a cheap set of Ipod speakers I got from Countdown years ago at home, still going strong.

 

For movies generally PS3 for bluray/Netflix etc with a 3D LG smart TV.


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