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 Which way do you listen to the most music these days? 

How do you listen to those Racer X CDs?
home stereo - with megawatts of power 22%  22%  [ 9 ]
walkman - for the ideal air guitarist 5%  5%  [ 2 ]
vehicle - to blow out the kids at a red light 24%  24%  [ 10 ]
computer - you sit at it all day anyway 37%  37%  [ 15 ]
portable mp3 player - Techhead has all music converted to mp3's 7%  7%  [ 3 ]
boombox - the biggie that leaves one ear deaf 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
the company PA system - so everyone can hear my music 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
I just listen to the radio and don't buy CDs. 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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 Which way do you listen to the most music these days? 
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Post Which way do you listen to the most music these days?
These days I listen to just about everything through my CD walkman as I'm on the long train commute in Chicago, and some throughout the day from my computer.

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ya, most times it's through my walkman cause im always at school or in my parents car(not that my parents aren't cool, but on those long road trips...), but i listen to cd's/tapes's through the home stereo too...

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I am constantly driving to pick up the band members and what not...so in the Van for me!

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mp3 all the way. I buy the CD, rip it and file it away. I'm a runner so CDs don't work that well for me. It's an evening ritual to figure out what music I'm going to listen to the next day.


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Im in the process of installing a new SUPER MEGA LOUD HEART POUNDING system in my new F150... I'll have it done just in time to cristen it with my new RACER X CD's... ( I hope )...X


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I have a killer f150 xlt and i got a nice sterio put in and i love it. TD and superheroes i cant blast too loud though cause the mix or something distorts the sound.
I have a 300zx nissan also. I dont recommend listening to superheroes in a fast car if you dont want to get tickets.

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Car stereo...

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Home audio system. It doesn't have mega watts but the watts it does have are beautiful. hehe

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Home stereo

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Computer for me. Its what I've been using to listen to music for the past 3 years. I rip the music off the CD's I buy and put them on my PC, since a) I dont wanna swap CDs over and over to find certain songs I like, and b) the CD music player on my computer doesnt work (I've discussed this issue with Ken over a year ago...).

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We hooked up a regular CD player to our music system at work and every day we trade off CD's. Tomorrow's my day so I'm going to bring in all sorts of good shit, including the X men. :) Go me.
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SteveRocks wrote:
I have a 300zx nissan also. I dont recommend listening to superheroes in a fast car if you dont want to get tickets.


Good advice but a little too late for me. Got a speeding ticket last month in my new Acura NSX while cranking the X ... fucking cop gave me a ticket on my birthday.

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My Ford Econoline Centaurus can SHIT AND GET!!! :D

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Post Re: Which way do you listen to the most music these days?
speed1000 wrote:
These days I listen to just about everything through my CD walkman as I'm on the long train commute in Chicago, and some throughout the day from my computer.

Hey Speed,
I ride the el 5 days a week. Orange line and Brown line. Have I bumped into ya? I'm the dude in the Chef uniform.

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Ardge wrote:
Hey Speed,
I ride the el 5 days a week. Orange line and Brown line. Have I bumped into ya? I'm the dude in the Chef uniform.

Ardge


Nah, I'm on Metra. Occasionally when I miss my train I drive a bit and ride the blue line down and walk across the loop to the Prudential.

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TheSurgeon wrote:
in my new Acura NSX while cranking the X ... fucking cop gave me a ticket on my birthday.


Hey doc...wanna trade cars. I'll even pay your ticket!!
Can you believe those things are only like 6 cylinders

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SteveRocks wrote:
Hey doc...wanna trade cars. I'll even pay your ticket!!
Can you believe those things are only like 6 cylinders


No thanks! You can buy my old one ('96 Mitsubishi 3000GT) if you want ... it's for sale. I absolutely love my NSX - I'm gonna be paying for a lot of tickets (at least until they take away my license!). Check 'em out -

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In the morning?...It's big ole tube amp home stereo time...(Yo Bitz, the dogs awake and he just shit on the floor...)

On the way to work?...I have a '01 Blazer with the "Premium" Bose Gold sound system...I honestly can't believe how nice it sounds in there...And I'm a pretty picky audiophile...In this instance, Stock Rocks...

At work?...Our computers here at work have the CD's disabled, so I design truck wiring all day long cranking the Mini-discs...Yes I said MD...I fell for them 8 years ago (before CD burning became so easy/cheap/popular)...It is a nice re-recordable digital medium though...

After work it's back to the Blazer and then home to warm up the house with my McIntosh tubes through the Mirage OM-10s...

I have finally dialed in all three mediums so that going from one to the next sounds the same...I used to hate the difference in tone...

Nice Ride Doc!!!!...Is your GT a VR4?...If not, buddy YOU STEPPED UP!!!
I'll race ya with my '67 big block Camaro, (as long as there aren't any corners involved)...WAAAAAAAHHHHOOOOOOOOHEEEEEELLLLLP!!!

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rickster_x wrote:
Nice Ride Doc!!!!...Is your GT a VR4?...If not, buddy YOU STEPPED UP!!!
I'll race ya with my '67 big block Camaro, (as long as there aren't any corners involved)...WAAAAAAAHHHHOOOOOOOOHEEEEEELLLLLP!!!


You're on my friend. (and yes I did step UP, the GT isn't a VR4). We can drag down Sunset Blvd after the next Racer X show.


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I´ve been listening Racer X in the computer, onto my job, all the day heheh
My boss can´t believe I´m not deaf by now!!

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