[access-uk] Re: MP3 speakers

Hi Adrien.
Sorry, perhaps I didn't make it quite clear. I got my speakers from Tesco in Eastbourne, but I understand any Tesco should have them in stock. If you have any trouble getting them, let me know and I will get them for you. Kind regards Bill.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Adrien" <adriencollins22160@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 2:47 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: MP3 speakers


Hi Bill

I am very interested in your speakers, they sound vey good,
Do you think Tesco would be getting any more? Both my friend
and I would be interested in getting some.


Regards

Adrien

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-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bill Chilcott
Sent: 28 April 2009 19:05
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Subject: [access-uk] MP3 speakers

Hi Adrien. Before you do anything, you might like to hear
about my recent experience with regard to speakers for the
Stream. I, with my wife, went into Maplins on the spur of
the moment where I found they had a very good selection. and
found the staff exceptionally helpful. As I didn't have the
Stream with me at the time, they even undid packages to let
me have a better look, despite me telling them not to. I had
settled on a nice pair for £25, but they agreed to let me
come on Wednesday with the Stream to try them out.
But this is where the tale went wrong for Maplins. Because
we had some further shopping to get from a supermarket, my
wife happened to see 3 different types of I-pod speakers.
After having a good look at them I decided to buy a pair for
just under £10 as they only had this one left, and  I liked
the style of them and they were very small and compact. .
Even someone with a hearing loss cannot fail to hear music
from these little speakers. To give you an idea how powerful
they are, I set my Stream to volume 4 and could hear music
quite distinctly from over 20 feet away, and talking books
from over 10 feet away, though I accept this is all down to
how the recordings were made in the first place. For me
these are the neatest speakers I have ever seen. When
closed, they are only a fraction bigger than the Stream
itself. There is just 1 control to worry about, and that is
the on/off button at the back of  the right hand facing
speaker. If you have some residual sight, there is a bright
blue light to show that it is powered up. I have only 1
criticism and that is the lead from the speaker to your
I-pod or Stream, is a little short, which means I have to
put the Stream in its cradle back to front. This I find not
to be too much of a problem, as it uses your I-pod or Stream
for its functions for volume, content, etc. Where did I buy
these speakers?
Tesco comes up trumps again.
They are, Technika Portable MP3 Speakers. What you get in
the box, are speakers themselves with 4 triple A, batteries,
a carrying case, and a 3.5mm to a smaller jack. If you or
anyone would like a demo of these speakers, please feel free
to e-mail me and I will gladly give you my telephone number
for you to ring, or you can Skype me  on Yedding. Hope this
helps. Regards to all Bill Chilcott.

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