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Every campaign needs a theme song nowadays. But in 2016, what vote will be most important? That's right. Gen X. And if you want to sit in your hot tub and listen to Hootie & The Blowfish playing the Democratic National Convention, you're gonna need a speaker rock. Prepare now so you'll be ready then.
With some good sound effects CDs, you can change your back yard from an urban patch to a tropical paradise. What music would you pipe in?
Since these are 2.4 GHz and they offer 8-channel settings, does anyone know if they are compatible with 802.11 wireless networks?
Dont waste your money. They sound bad at any level. The wireless kills my wifi. The amp has no treble or bass control and the ports dont work. Move on to something better.
Am I missing something, or could you choose to buy the $80 wireless speaker plus the $50 extension speaker and then end up with the same kit as the $145 pair?
wicky506 wrote:Dont waste your money. They sound bad at any level. The wireless kills my wifi. The amp has no treble or bass control and the ports dont work. Move on to something better.
What would you suggest around this price range?
I like how on the description of the power supply, "safe" is in quotes.
sudowned wrote:I like how on the description of the power supply, "safe" is in quotes.
Hey, we pay extra money for those quotes!
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