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  1. stridermt2k

    stridermt2k Well-Known Member

    I purchased this system a while back, and it has been great so far.
    I'm typically using it with my various Android devices, but it also comes with a very cool USB dongle for use with a PC that will allow access to your media files.
    Admittedly it's pricey, but it is very versatile and has a remote that fits into the speaker so it doesn't get lost, great sound and very good battery life:

    Altec-Lansing iMW725 Altec Lansing iMW725 inMotion Air Universal Wireless Speaker: MP3 Players & Accessories

    What do you use, or would like to use in the Bluetooth speaker arena?

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  2. Jay Aristide

    Jay Aristide Well-Known Member

    Way too pricey for me, but damn nice, all the same :)
  3. stridermt2k

    stridermt2k Well-Known Member

    (a little off-topic back story)
    I bought this after my old Sirius Boombox that I extensively hardware-modified to be universal to nearly any device died on me after many years of great service.

    I was going to open it up to fix it (I'm an electronics guy by trade) when my wife said, "Don't you think it's time for something nice?".

    I'll probably never spend that kind of money on another speaker system of this kind, but I'm glad I did it just this once just the same.
  4. chimphappyhour

    chimphappyhour Well-Known Member

    I use my Samsung sound bar for now. It isn't very portable but since I don't have my music on my N7 and need a wi-fi signal to stream my GMusic account, it might be all I use with my N7. I keep my music on my phone and dock it in my car or BT to the sound bar.
  5. DanielM426

    DanielM426 Well-Known Member

    Jawbone Jambox is excellent. I'm always blown away by the sound quality coming from a small brick. They even have a more stationary Jambox big.
  6. paulsam7

    paulsam7 Active Member

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