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Old 19th January 2005, 08:02 PM   #1
Dinos is offline Dinos  Netherlands
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Default Music system for shop with 3 rooms

Hi all

I googled my way to this board to
ask you guys this question. A
friend is starting a shop and I
am helping him. He sells clothes
and accesoires. Definately a nice
opportunity to spice up the shopping
experience with music. His situation
is the following:
- Limited budget ($600)
- 3 rooms to cover (the rooms have
no closed doors)
- He just wants a amplifier with a
CD player and enough decent
speakers to mount on the ceiling or
near the ceiling on the walls.
- He wants the speakerwires and the
installing of it all as easy as possible.

What would be our options? I am
thinking about using an amplifier
and CD player we already have.
Unless we need something else for
a suggested system... maybe... I am
curious to hear your tips on a suitable
sound system.

Thanks for the help!
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Old 21st January 2005, 06:53 AM   #2
Enzo is offline Enzo  United States
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Location: Lansing, Michigan
Is he selling clothes to young boppers? SO he might want dance music at fairly loud levels, or is he selling nice clothes to business types and would want pleasant background music - we refer to it as elevator music. High schools students will respomd to different things than women working in offices.

Does he want to have music, or does he want to pay attention to it and change CDs through the day etc? A small sattelite radio reciever will pick up constant music of most any type you want, and you let it run all day without a thought. It costs a few dollars a month for the service.

If you want disco sound throughout the shop you need some speakers and amps. If you want background music, a couple small stereo systems from the local electronics retailer will be fine.

What are your needs?
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Old 21st January 2005, 08:12 PM   #3
Dinos is offline Dinos  Netherlands
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He is going to sell to young ppl. So he wants dance music all the time. He wants to be able to change cd's.

Is there any wireless speaker system that is any good for this? So we can put speakers in all rooms?
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