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10 of the best ways to bring music to your ears and home; Andrew Higgins finds all you need to stay in tune.

Byline: Andrew Higgins

01 TURN your living room into an oldschool saloon with the fullyloaded Wurlitzer One More Time CD Jukebox from, priced pounds 3,995.

02 STAY cool with these Oakley ORokr sunglasses with built-in Bluetooth headphones. From priced pounds 170.

03 FOR your choice of wake-up tune, go to www.f where pounds 39.95 gets you the ultra-cool MP3 Cube AlarmClock.

04 FOR a smooth mix, visit - they offer Technics turntable SL1210mk2 and mixer packages starting from pounds 685.

05 THE BeoSound 4 has a CD player, FM radio and Secure Digital card slot for recording and playback. Priced pounds 1,650 from Bang & Olufsen, Castle St, Liverpool.

06 GET a bedroom hit with Cakewalk's Sonar Home Studio 4 music production software for PC. Priced pounds 73.99 from

07 TO REMIND you that you love music, dot your living space with your favourite bands' memorabilia. Check for anything at any price.

08 SINGSTAR Anthems for PS2 (pounds 29.99 from HMV) is perfect post-pub karaoke.

09 GO WALKABOUT with Sennheiser RS120 wireless headphones, with a range of up to 100m. pounds 59.95 from John Lewis.

10 LOOK good and learn to play guitar with the Ibanez AEL20E acoustic, pounds 249 from Curly Music, Ranelagh Street, Liverpool.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 11, 2007
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