Which system do you listen to most?


#21

Anyone tried full range fostex or similar in there car?


#22

They’re only full range if you have a back loaded horn or similar. Without a large cabinet you’d be really lacking in bass, I would think.


#23

I managed to get some full range fostex from @Ciderpig in my mini, does that count?


#24

Yes,do they sound good?


#25

Those fun horns you had would be fine in a saloon.


#26

don’t know but my bum was squeaking going across roundabouts.

(I collected my Tune Audio Primes from him in the back of my Mini Cooper)


#27

Should of wired them up.


#28

couldn’t sound worse than the stereo in the Mini.


#29

I’m not surprised, you’re meant to go around them.


#30

Strangely that’s what the policeman said as well.


#31

1.Main system
2. Spoify on phone bluetoothed to car system


#32

Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro connected to a Behringer USB mixer at my desk, then the car, then the hifi, then the earphones I use when I walk to and from work.

I have speakers all over the house providing whole house background music courtesy of Chromecast Audio adapters which I use Spotify/Tidal with. The hifi gets used when the dogs are asleep, the wife is out and I’m not going to be interrupted.


#33

Quad actives at work, phone as source, via Logitech Bluetooth thingy.

Phone/Sony noise cancelling headphones for commute.

Main system not working.


#34

Mix of laptop with headphones, phone into hifi, and car, in a pretty much equal split.


#35

I know that feeling :slightly_frowning_face:


#36

I’m only a couple of months in, I feel for you!


#37


#38

Spotify in the car.


#39

Main system by a clear margin

Also headphones on trains and my bike, but there is little music selection or variation here, just slap summat on that suits my mood.


#40

After you have a quick wank yeah?