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Which do you listen to the most?
Satellite Radio [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
Internet Radio [ 15 ]  [55.56%]
Podcasts [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
AM/FM [ 6 ]  [22.22%]
CDs [ 4 ]  [14.81%]
MP3s [ 2 ]  [7.41%]
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Posted on 13-May-2007, 12:45 PM
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Just wondering what the preference is for music listening options. Thanks!


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Posted on 13-May-2007, 05:18 PM
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MP3s or CD most of the time. If it's not one of those, then I'm probably tuned in to CRN.


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Posted on 13-May-2007, 07:10 PM
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Internet when I'm in the house, In the car its CD's (mostly celtic) that I copy from the originals which I then save for when the copy gets wrecked. I only listen to the radio when I have my carpool riders for work or the kids but even then I try to sneak in a little Irish now and then.


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Posted on 14-May-2007, 08:00 AM
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I'm pretty close to Roberto on this one. When I'm working at the home office, it's Internet radio (90% of the time, Highlander, of course wink.gif ). When I'm driving, I go from Sirius to Cd's. Probably about 50-50 there. It all depends on what's playing on Sirius. Like to listen to ESPN. I can leave the satellite radio on while I listen to Cd's. That way, if something comes up on the screen that I want to hear, I can make the switch.

About the only time I listen to terrestrial radio is if I need a traffic report when I'm in Albuquerque.


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Posted on 14-May-2007, 09:49 AM
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Mine would be internet and cd's. On the net I usually just listen to Highlander radio.

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Posted on 14-May-2007, 09:51 AM
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I listen to highlander radio everyday at work. At home I mostly listen to CD's or highlander radio depending on what I am doing.


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Posted on 29-Jun-2007, 08:38 PM
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It's so hard to find a complete set of good music that I really enjoy that I will usually listen to custom sets of stuff on my mp3 player- while driving, while working in the garden, and what little I get to listen to at work.

I can listen to any Loreena McKennitt CD all the way through and feel good about it. Same thing with Medeavael Baebes. A lot of stuff has some good songs and some not so good stuff and I am really jealous of what free time I get to listen to good music that I don't want to put up with muysic that's hard on my ears.

I know most artists will only include what they think is thier best stuff when releasing a cd, and I thank them for thier endeavors, but, it's really pretty rare that I like a whole compilation without exception.

I will rip tracks from cd's I own and copy them as mp3's to my player and then I have the best of all worlds.




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Posted on 31-Jul-2007, 01:45 AM
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Hahaha I'm on Celtic Radio for my internet radio


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Posted on 31-Jul-2007, 10:00 AM
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