Audio equipment

The following audio equipment have been owned and used by Hans Sundgren.

SY-BT1608 wireless headphone

Technical data

  • Audio connection: Bluetooth 4.2 and stereo jack (3.5 mm)
  • Noise cancellation mic: CVC 6.0
  • Noise cancellation headphone: None
  • Operating time: 8 h
  • Charging time: 2 h
  • Charging connector: Micro USB
  • User interface: Buttons
  • Dimensions: 19×18×8 cm
  • Weight: 0.32 kg

Documents

March 2020

After loosing the Bose headphones in March 2018 Hans has no Bluetooth headphones. In order to work efficiently in an office landscape he needs headphones.

Hans employer gives a Christmas gift 2019 to all employees. This year it is a voucher where Hans can select gifts from a web site www.supremeselected.se. Hans select this Bluetooth headphones with built in microphone.

Good

  • Folding design
  • Comfortable

Bad

  • Noise cancellation only on microphone
Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless headphone

Image courtesy: Bose

Technical data

  • Audio connection: Bluetooth and stereo jack (3.5 mm)
  • Noise cancellation: Active acoustic type in 2 sensitivity steps
  • Operating time: 20 h
  • Charging time: 2 h
  • Charging connector: Micro USB
  • User interface: Buttons and voice instructions
  • Dimensions: 18×17×8 cm
  • Weight: 0.31 kg

February 2018

Hans employer gives a discount when bying the noise cancellation headphone. Many of Hans´ coworkers uses these headphone when working. The headphone arrived 2018-02-18 and has a non-subsidised cost of 3990 SEK.

The headphone is expensive but offers so many features. It is easy to connect to the iPhone via the Bose connect app.

Good

  • High quality sound, good written instructions
  • Good noise cancellation

Bad

  • Nothing, perhaps the price

End of life 2018

In March 2018 Hans travels to India. He brings the headphones to the airplane, at least that what he thinks. On the plane he discover that he probably lost the headphones in the security check at Arlanda.

Portable Bluetooth Speaker Nordic

Technical data

  • Audio connection: Bluetooth and stereo jack 3.5 mm
  • Speaker: 3.2 W
  • Operating distance: 10 m
  • Operating time: 6 h
  • Memory: Micro SD-card 32 GB
  • Rechargeable battery: 600 mAh
  • Charging time: 2 h
  • Charging connector: Micro USB
  • User interface: Buttons
  • Dimensions: 78×37 cm
  • Weight: 0.31 kg

December 2016

This is a Christmas Gift from the company Hans is employed at.

He don't use it until year 2020.

Good

  • High quality sound
  • Easy to connect to iPhone

Bad

  • Nothing
Aiwa XR-MD101
Aiwa stereo

Image courtesy: Aiwa

Technical data

  • Functions: Mini Disc (MD), CD player, cssette deck and tuner
  • Receiver: FM 76–108 MHz, AM 531–1602 kHz
  • Power output: 30+30 W
  • Interfaces: xxx
  • Power consumption: xxx W
  • Dimensions: xxx ×xxx×xxx mm
  • Weight: x kg

Documents

December 1999

So far Hans had never owned a fixed stereo system. He had xxxx

Good

  • xxx
  • xxxx

Bad

  • ???
  • ???
Mark Sing a song, model Prelude 11064

Technical data

  • Function: double cassette sing-along system with 2 microphones
  • Double cassette drives
  • Recording from one drive to the other
  • Speed control
  • Equaliser
  • Echo effect
  • Voltage supply from 230 V AC 24 W or 12-15 V DC via external supply or 15 V DC via 10 "D"-type internal batteries
  • Dimensions: 315×440×200 mm
  • Weight: 6.0 kg without batteries

Documents

  • None

January 1992 (probably)

A double cassette sing-along system with 2 microphones.

Hans uses this system occassionally the first year. Then it is put in the basement.

Good

  • xxx
  • xxxx

Bad

  • ???
  • ???

End of life 2011

In May 2011 the unit is recycled because it has not been used for 20 years. At this time cassette tapes and CDs are replaced by MP3. Sing-a-song system are now based on game stations like Sony Playstation, Microsoft X-box and Nintendo Wii.