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Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Bytor, Apr 16, 2002.

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  1. Bytor

    Bytor New Member Thread Starter

    Green Bay WI
    I want to get something thats portable but yet sounds good. Mostly for camping or working on my Rover. When I go to audio stores everything seems pretty close. Does anyone out there have any suggestions? Oh, and none of those wind-up Victrola's SH.
  2. Sckott

    Sckott Hand Tighten Only.

    South Plymouth, Ma
    JVC and Sony are my fave portable brands.

    I still have a JVC CD player I bought before I went to college in 1989-1990. It's been dropped, abused, mistreated. It still works well. Portables are usually the most abused electronic playback product, right next to the clock radio.

    Sony makes great portable units too. Yes, they all sound good, but what you're really looking for is longevity too. ;)
  3. mazort

    mazort New Member

    San Antone
    Advent Powered Partners

    I use Advent AV570 powered partners with a portable CD player. This will be superior to any boombox I know of but you'll need AC power to run them. Unfortunately I've never heard a good-sounding boom box.
  4. Ronflugelguy

    Ronflugelguy Resident Trumpet Geek

    Advent powered partners Yeah!

    They sound great with a radio shack 3400 Cd player or I put them with my Walkman Pro. Had them outside sat. at a yard sale just to play some music outside and people kept asking if they cound buy them NO WAY. Maybe Humorem has a battery they can work off of ?
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