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  • @hugo7 glad the thread's going down well, thought it may not be of interest but guess we're an eclectic bunch. I haven't read any reports of the Abba Skylifts dropping bikes, yet. The spec says the limit is 450kg so could technically sit on both and they'd still be well within the limit. I just think a traditional lift would take up a lot of valuable floor space compared.

    @pdlouche I've actually been thinking about some kind of audio/entertainment system for podcasts or watching mechanical tutorials but pretty out of touch with such things. I have a spare smart TV just not sure on how to connect speakers to handle casting from mobile for Spotify etc.

  • audio/entertainment system for podcasts or watching mechanical tutorials but pretty out of touch with such things. I have a spare smart TV just not sure on how to connect speakers to handle casting from mobile for Spotify etc.

    The TV should just tap into your wifi right? If not a Chrome Cast is a good option. I would be tempted to just cast any audio to the TV rather than worrying about speakers. The acoustics won't be any good anyway. However...

    ...a Chrome Cast audio plugged into a mini amp (like a Lepy) and then paired with some speakers is a good music option. Unfortunately the Chromecast Audio is discontinued and they cost bucks 2nd hand. An https://audiocast.io/ is meant to be almost exactly the same.

    If you get bookshelf speakers it's probably best to find front ported ones. Or get some of those cheap mini cube speakers and hide a 2nd hand sub somewhere.

    I bought a 2nd hand mini-system, plugged a CCA in and mounted the speakers high on the walls. It's got a mini-disc player which is cool as it means I can listen to my old mix tapes.

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