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Fri Jun 07 00:00:00 MDT 2013deepriverwoman09 Rating:5.0
I already had a cd/radio/tape cassette player upstairs in my loft bedroom for when I used my exercise equipment; however, there were times when I just wanted to listen to the news and it was cumbersome and inconvenient to go up the stairs and lug it down. So, I decided to buy this little gem that I can easily transport all over the house and have the news to listen to, or music to sing along with and dance to. I highly recommend this, and am thoroughly delighted with it! Great product and excellent value at an impressively low price!
Wed May 25 00:00:00 MDT 2011horwith Rating:5.0
I was looking for a boombox that would play mp3's burned on a cd. That is why I bought this one. It does that just fine but I have not tested it as much as I would like because the sd card part works so well. It is just so easy to dump a bunch of mp3's on a sd card and play them that way. The random for sd card is not the greatest but I just fast forward thru the songs it always plays and get to new stuff. Have not tried radio so do not know how that works.
Your plans for an amazing new car audio and video system will probably require at least a little wiring. A few tips on wiring your car stereo and car speakers will go a long way to helping you make your sound system something to envy.
With the rapid change of technology, chances are your car's audio equipment is out of date. Give your car a simple upgrade with a new car stereo or car speakers. You may encounter a few common challenges as you start adding and replacing car audio components. To avoid common mistakes while giving yourself the latest, consider these tips as you plan for a new system.
If you're ready to take your car audio experience to the next level, add a subwoofer to your car audio system. This article explains how to add a subwoofer to the speaker system of your car stereo, and if all the connections are correct, you will soon enjoy music in your car in a completely new way. Your car audio system will play sounds you never knew were there. Consider all of the instructions before you begin adding a subwoofer to your car stereo.
High-quality audio for your vehicle is simple with a few changes to your car audio system. This car audio buying guide will give you some basic knowledge to use when choosing the best components for your car stereo system.
Wireless technology has been around for a while. But only recently has wireless audio reached a level that rivals the quality and usability of conventional home audio systems. Wireless speakers have opened up exciting new possibilities for inexpensive surround sound and multi-room stereo applications, which would otherwise require the costly installation of wired speakers. Here are five exciting new ways to use wireless speakers in your home.
Today's electronics provide audio and video options to suit every desire and every budget. This car stereo buying guide will help you put together a car audio and video system that will bring the best out of your music collection when you're out on the road.
Adding a new car subwoofer to your stereo system can really enrich the sound quality that you experience in your vehicle. Once you've chosen your subwoofer, you'll need to place it in an enclosure. A subwoofer enclosure provides a box of trapped air for the subwoofer speaker to push against. That air provides resistance for the speaker cone, which lets it vibrate properly to produce deep, rich bass. With a few simple tools, you can put together your own subwoofer box.
Portable music players are great for taking your music with you anywhere, making it convenient to listen to what you want, when you want to. You can increase the usability of your portable CD player, or other music player, by connecting it to your home audio system. Many newer stereos have a dock, a place to connect an MP3 player. If your home audio system isn't capable of one of these connections or if you aren't using an MP3 player, follow these steps to find out how to connect your music player.
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater system includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
If you're into car audio, then you may be shopping for a new car stereo. Before you select speakers, subwoofers, and tweeters, you'll need to consider some general options. These are the best things to know about car stereos, so you can avoid making some of the common mistakes first-time buyers make and the options they may overlook.
New features and capabilities are coming to your home theater all the time. DVD players have changed a lot since they first appeared. Below, you'll learn about several of the terms and features which you may find on DVD players and how they can enhance your entertainment experience.
With all the new audio and video options available for home theater systems, it may be time to consolidate all of your entertainment electronics into a single media center. This media center buying guide will help you determine which components to consider when assembling a media center so that you can have the best picture quality and amazing sound in a unified system that's simple to use.
Your dream sound system usually won't be put together overnight. You can carefully select new audio and video components, one at a time, until you have a home audio setup that gives you precise control over your music and fills your space with crystal clear audio.
Satellite radio is a very popular medium for listening to commercial-free music while you drive in your car. Many new model cars come with the satellite equipment as a part of the audio system, but if your current vehicle doesn't have a satellite radio, you can use these simple steps to add it to your car's audio system. The variety of music and the sound quality might be exactly what you're looking for from a car radio.
New options for home audio and video electronics just keep getting better. It's now more affordable than ever to have cinema-quality displays and surround sound in your living room. If you're considering enhancing your home entertainment setup, home theater systems and components can help you make some big upgrades. This home theater buying guide will help you select a quality home theater system or build your own from individual components.
You want to give your child something this birthday, Christmas or Hanukkah that will bring him hours of joy while teaching him a new skill. Studies show that children who understand music and play musical instruments do better overall in school. Music therapy has been proven to decrease stress levels, improve memory, enhance communication skills and even help with pain management. You have many reasons for wanting to surprise your child with a musical instrument, but which musical instrument is best the educational toy for your child? These instruments are great for children of all ages.
So, you're checking out new headphones. This is a great plan. These audio accessories are part of making your music personal and portable. Headphones let you enjoy music and videos on your audio components -- like a radio, CD player, cell phone or MP3 player. At the same time, you're able to block out distractions, which is ideal for cutting out sounds on the bus or engine noise on a plane. This buying guide will describe the various types of headphones available and help you figure out how to choose headphones that closely match your audio system and your listening habits.
While your television set may be the focal point of your home entertainment activities, what it sits on -- or in -- says a lot about who you are. Is your TV still sitting atop that beaten up particle board TV stand that you bought at a garage sale 10 years ago? Perhaps it's time to upgrade your living room furniture, starting with a new entertainment center. Home entertainment centers have been around a long time and have evolved quite a bit from the massive wooden cabinets of the 1960s and 1970s. Which entertainment center is right for you will depend on what you want to use it for, the components you want it to store and your personal taste in furniture.
Do you remember Woodstock? No? Maybe the details are a bit hazy, or maybe you weren't around to make memories, but this iconic event deserves to be celebrated, even more than forty years after the last barefoot hippy wandered home. This music festival, one of the most important events in rock 'n' roll history, brought 32 acts and over 400,000 spectators to Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Upstate New York August 15 to 17, 1969. Detractors worried that the counter-culture performances would encourage violence and vandalism, but there was little of either. Instead, the crowd embraced a peaceful co-existence and a love of the music that defined an era.
When it comes to music, you have no shortage of options for listening at home, in your car or anywhere else. From personal iPods and MP3 players to car audio and home theaters, this audio buying guide includes some basic information to help you explore the options so you can put together a sound system that will be music to your ears.