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Re: Radio Speakers


  • To: <ukha_d@xxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: Radio Speakers
  • From: "Timothy Morris" <timmorris@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 14:34:41 +0100
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They are all pretty awful. You may want to look at flat cable. It is
available now in ultra thin guise so you can simply use a bit of filler to
blend in the hard edge and then paint over it.

Tim.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Raymond [mailto:Reb.barnett@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: 20 April 1999 13:56
> To: 'ukha_d@xxxxxxx'
> Subject: [ukha_d] Radio Speakers
>
>
> To boost the activity on this group, and because I'm getting no work
> done today at all...
>
> I want to distribute audio from one hifi to a couple of rooms. I don't
> want whole house, and I don't really want to run any more
> cables because
> it's hard (and my wife has a phobia about me lifting carpets
> - probably
> because she's seen what Dad - master of squeaky floorboards - has done
> to his house). Consequently I wanted to use some sort of RF
> speakers. I
> know some mention has been made of these in past but I can't find the
> messages in my archive. I also know that Dixons sell some,
> but I wanted
> other peoples opinions or recommendations.
>
> I'm not looking to spend a fortune, and I don't necessarily want to be
> capable of a huge volume. I'm not a quality freak either but
> I can tell
> the difference between cheap setups and half decent ones, hence why I
> don't have the Dixons offering...
>
> Recommendations please?
>
> Ray Barnett.
>
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