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Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Tildy, Feb 18, 2013.

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  1. Tildy

    Tildy Thread Starter

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    Not sure if I am in the proper forum but here goes......

    I need a new radio and have been looking at the Bose music system 3 which is pretty expensive at almost $600 plus 13% tax for me here in Canada.

    ....anyone know of a good less expensive alternative

    thanks for any info
    Tildy
     
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    Tildy Thread Starter

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    Thanks for reply
    I checked out your link for Cambridge Sound. Googled reviews were not good on that system and besides I do want to have a built in CD player as space is an issue. Also don 't need an Ipod dock.
    This is for my living room area and so far the Bose model looks about the best fit for me.

    Thanks again
    Tildy
     
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    Bose is a great brand and I would check out Costco that has some nice deals on Bose at times but I think they are the speaker so that's no help.

    Did you check out "Yamaha MCR-040DG Micro Component System"?
    http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-MCR-04...UXQKG8/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_5/178-9998112-9794020

    But then you got to say even with the higher cost of Bose that you know they will sound so good and once you get it your be glad you did not get something else.

    Enjoy the wave that will fill the room with great sounds. :)
     
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