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Re: Radio Speakers





On 27/04/99, at 21:49, Tim Dawe wrote:
>
>Do you have any thoughts on suppliers of wireless speakers?
>

I'm not too keen on them but doing it thisway cuts the cost dramatically.


>I have seen the Ross units that Tandy sell, though they seem rather=
expensive
>for this application (transmitter and 1 speaker is GBP100ish and=
additional
>speakers are GBP80ish, though they can do stereo if you want to stump
up=
for two


<snip.>

Dixons sell 1 (from their web site)

PHILIPS  SBC 200 FM
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CORDLESS MINI SPEAKERS

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Wireless speaker with built in 4W amp
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FM cordless freedom
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Switchable stereo/mono sound system
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Only works with FM transmitter
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Signal passes through walls/floors/doors
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2" speaker provides high quality sound
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Trackball volume control
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Battery or mains powered via AC/DC
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In conjunction with SBC250 speaker and t
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DIXONS PRICE
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=A339.99


PHILIPS  SBC 250 FM
CORDLESS MINI SPEAKERS

1 spkr & 1 trans with up to 100m range
Wireless speaker & built in 4W amplifier
Switchable stereo/mono sound system
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Signal passes through walls/doors/floors
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2" speaker provides high quality sound
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Auto mute for noise free operation
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Trackball volume control
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Battery or mains powered via AC/DC
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Was Price =A369.99
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DIXONS PRICE
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=A359.99


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it's the parts that I do understand. - Mark Twain


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