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Some comfortable lounge-back type chairs already have speakers built on either side of the head-rest. But no chair that I know of has a built in CD player or MP3 player or memory-stick .wav-file player or equivalent. (Or even all of them, heh, including cassette tape player, 8-track player, and
vinyl-record player. Load 'em all up and relax while playing 'em one at a time, before needing to load 'em all up again.)
A rocking-type chair that mechanically powers a music box when you rock. The music box should have replace-able music drums, of course. (Perhaps best used with rock music.)
you plug in your ipod.
[dentworth, Jan 22 2008]
Chair with MP3 player built in.
It's non-portable. [Amos Kito, Jan 23 2008]
An article on musical collectibles, including furniture.
[Amos Kito, Jan 23 2008]
||I had to read this six times just to feel I
was getting value.
||actually as I am looking at the link, I realized you wouldn't want a built in ipod, because you need to down load your various sources of music into it. So you just need the connection or a docking bay which this chair has.
||[dentworth], aren't there any MP3 players that have removable/replaceable media? Such a player CAN reasonably be built into the chair.
||//aren't there any MP3 players...//
Yes, there are plenty; and it would be far better to have an SD slot and player hardware in the chair (or perhaps an RCA pair, if you must), than some proprietary dock for a specific player. (Are the docking sockets standardised? Not that I've looked...)
||[Amos Kito], nice chair. I especially like the part where it reads, "Original price $3,490" with a line through it, and just below, it reads, "Our price $3,490".
||A faster way to get deaf.