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A CD Player/Radio for the office

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
My boss has finally given the go ahead to buy a CD player/radio for the office.

I've got a budget of around £30.

Suggest away please...
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Not sure if these rock your boat for that price ... most are £35-50.
http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/pictures/gb/vkg/sk/lg/mh1205007_sk_lg.jpg
£14.88 at Viking Direct (u could get free delivery, 7% quidco if your company orders supplies with them)
Stylish Vertical CD/Radio player comes with 2 speaker boxes. It features a built in clock alarm and date function.
http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/catalog/txtSearchDD.do;jsessionid=00008QsUj4EsYBmcABsaYZihzBe:130mjq755?jopa=null&norefinement=true&searchTxt=cd+player


Search function in Argos
£12-25 for range from philips, argoc value, and wharfedale.

how about this wharfedale cd/mp3/usb dock! £24.99
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/5131400A66UC289224M.jpg
2 x 1.2 watts RMS.
AM/FM stereo analogue tuner.
MP3 playback.
20 track programmable CD.
USB interface.
CD-R/CD-RW playback.
LCD display.
Stereo speakers.
Headphone socket.
Mains operated or requires 8 x C batteries (not supplied).
Size (H)11.8, (W)20, (D)25.7cm.

good luck!
#2
try local supermarkets instore see if stock reduced to clear, often an end somewhere around electrical area in tesco.
Also try sweet talking currys/comet into a good deal on a display model
#3
before you buy try freecycle? im sure you can get a better one free.
#4
Another possible option if your in an office is to buy some decent PC speakers, you would be able to get some good ones for £30. You could then stream digital radio from the internet and play CD's MP3's through windows media player. May not be suitable id different people want to be able to change whats being played but only a suggestion.

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