>From a UI perspective for non-tech savvy users you could plug in a
(portable) mp3 CD player into the AUX input and prepare various mp3
collections for different moods/users/occasions. The user just sticks in a
CD as normal and hits play. Better yet if your CD system already supports
On 09/08/07, Paul Jakma <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
>> Any opinions on the best way to "mp3 enable" one's living room?
>> I've had those micro-FM-radio-station thingies suggested to me. Also
> suggested is that many new stereos have USB connectors (they can read
> MP3s from USB storage??).
>> Ideally I'm looking for something that will fit in nicely with a
> micro-hifi stack (e.g. cause it is one :) ), with a consumer-friendly
>> Kevin Lyda has/had an older 'slimp3' thingy, and I see they're still
> in business making some nice devices, so I might look there unless
> people have other, better suggestions.
>> NB: I'm not an audiophile, so 'best' for me does not include
> gold-plated cables with teflon coated jackets, etc. My 'best' tends
> to revolve around cost..
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