On Thu, 9 Aug 2007, Shakira Kelly wrote:
> HI Paul,
>> I went into Dixons and bought a mini-system, which has an iPod port
> and takes USB storage devices.
So how does that work? It just plays the stuff off USB-storage? Nice.
(People have mentioned this, but I find it hard to believe cheap
hifi stacks would do this well - the slimp3's need an amp anyway, so
I guess there's no loss in just buying a ipod-enabled stack).
> Sounds great, nice and neat, works well, even charges the iPod and
> was less that Eur 200. Cant for the life of me remember the name
> but can check if you want when I get home.
No worries. I'll wander down to Curry/Dixons/Maplins/etc. myself. I
know what to ask for now.
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