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cronos090693

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Hi,

I was wondering if there is anything against playing the pink noise cd that is sold by this site on the inbuilt speaker of my ipod?  The quality of the file is good. Just not a stereo system or open ear headphones like suggested. 
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Playing pink noise listening from the inbuilt speaker on an ipod would not be recommended.  The speaker on an ipod is very small and produces poor quality sound - it is very tinny.  It would be better if you used bluetooth and a wireless speaker.  Best is to use open air headphones, as explained in the literature that was sent to you.

Dan

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Playing pink noise listening from the inbuilt speaker on an ipod would not be recommended.  The speaker on an ipod is very small and produces poor quality sound - it is very tinny.  It would be better if you used bluetooth and a wireless speaker.  Best is to use open air headphones, as explained in the literature that was sent to you.

Dan


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