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What is your favorite way to listen to recorded music?


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As many of you know, I love testing out tech options.  So it may be a surprise that my favorite way to listen to recorded music is to use a BT speaker (JBL Charge 3) and keep my processors on M.  Excellent sound quality.  Great bass.  Of course, the whole room gets to enjoy the music too.  Smile.

 

With BTE processors like Sonnets and OPUS2, I love the around the ear BT headphones (BOSE QC35).  Excellent audio.  Terrific bass.  Separate left and right audio for instrumentals.  Super comfortable.  @Nikki is a new BOSE QC35 fan!  She showed us her headphones during our chat on Sunday.

 

With Rondo style processors, I like CozyPhones wired flat stereo speakers (plug into headphone jacks) which attach to my Rondos without the headband.  (This depends on magnet strength.)  True separate left and right stereo audio for instrumentals.  Great sound quality.  Many times though I want to use wireless connections so I opt to use my favorite piece of tech....Artone 3 MAX BT neckloop.  Excellent signal distance, comfort, ease of use.  It is a blended mono audio signal.


What is your favorite way to listen to recorded music?

 

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9 minutes ago, Mary Beth said:

@Mary Featherston

What kind of music do you like?

Oh, lots.  Classic rock, folk, bluegrass, jazz.  Classical, but I tend not to listen to that in the car, it's generally longer than my commute and I don't think it would impress people if I insisted in sitting in the parking lot until Ma Vlast was done.  The last couple of days I've had two alternating earworms:  One Hand, One Heart from West Side Story (and I blame @Kyliefor that) and "It's a Long Way from Amphioxus".  I can sing "Hatikvah" in Hebrew and "Suo Gan" in Welsh (really badly, I don't have a good singing voice)

You? 

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@Mary Featherston

Yup @Kylie choir has songs spinning in my head too!

I love all kinds of music.  Big Band, Swing, Jazz, Classical, Classic Rock, Folk, Cape Breton fiddling, Bluegrass, Comtemporary....... so much music to love!

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On 10/21/2020 at 8:25 PM, Mary Beth said:

@Mary Featherston

Yup @Kylie choir has songs spinning in my head too!

I love all kinds of music.  Big Band, Swing, Jazz, Classical, Classic Rock, Folk, Cape Breton fiddling, Bluegrass, Comtemporary....... so much music to love!

Me too!

The Bose Quietcomfort 35ii headphones are light around the sonnets and ear . Comfy 

 

I also like my little portable Sony SRS-XB10 to take anywhere and listen.  At work I can't use headphones or speakers so I opt for the Direct Audio Input cable.

 

I am a little behind on the M, T or MT

I never really touch the keys to swap  to T or MT... what is the most common uses you have for them?? Lets keep it in the topic so just wondering if you can use it for listening to music. 

 

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