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bstarr

Question:do you hook your ipod up to speakers at home?

Asked by bstarr on 4/30/08 2 Answers»
dhtidwell

Answer:

I hook up my iPod all the time at home to speakers. Since I try to keep most of my electronics really portable (I travel a lot), though, I found a set of compact speakers through, of all places, the Museum of Modern Art.

For about $35 USD, I got a pair of tiny speakers that can be used with my computer, a CD/DVD player, iPod, digital recorder, and countless other electronics.

It was a good investment for a set of speakers I can use at home and on the road, particularly since they're only about 2x3x1 inches when they're folded!

Answered by: dhtidwell on 5/6/08
jeffrey

Answer:

You can spend $$$ and get a speaker set made for I-pods, or if you are frugal like me - I had some fairly decent pc speakers laying around - and I plug them in and plug it into my mp3 player. It's not great - but does the trick for me.

Answered by: jeffrey on 5/2/08
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