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Speakers for Sansa clip?

by suclid003 / March 14, 2008 12:29 PM PDT
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Speakers
by ktreb / March 15, 2008 5:19 AM PDT

The Logitech Pure-fi can work with non-iPods if you use the 3.5mm aux input. You'll have to supply the cable, which you can get at Best Buy, Radio Shack, and similar stores. The docking area will be sort of useless, but you can probably use the area to set the Sansa Clip on.

As far as the S100, you should be able to use them with any mp3 player. Instead of connecting the speakers to the computer, you connect them to the player via the 3.5mm line in (not the headphone input).

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recommendation for speakers?
by suclid003 / March 17, 2008 10:19 AM PDT
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Which speakers are better, the Logitech Pure-Fi, X-240, or s100? The S100 is the cheapest, but is not offered at the Best Buy nearest me. I think I'll choose between the Pure-Fi and X-240.

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by JonTitor / March 17, 2008 2:17 PM PDT

I've demoed those at Circuit City
sound quality isn't very good, and I'm not a very picky person
I know the for one the Altec Lansing im510 has great sound quality and also has an Aux port

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