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Hop into Spring giveaway!

on March 28, 2014 10:00 am

spring-contest

I don’t know what it’s been like for the past 5 months in your neck of the woods, but here in Southern Indiana, it’s been one of the worst and longest Winters ever. Spring officially started last week, but we’ve seen snow and sleet since then. But I think I can see a light (what is that big yellow orb in the sky???) at the end of the tunnel. Flowers are beginning to bloom, so Spring is here and it’s time we kicked Winter to the curb and celebrate the best way I know how with a gadget giveaway! It’s easy to enter, so pull off your mittens and click through!

Prizes:

1 winner will win 1 each of the following prizes – 4 prizes in total:

Neptor: NP056K Dual Port Portable Battery Charger
5600 MAH Dual Port Battery Charger powers two devices at once

  • In-meter battery shows power usage
  • Protection against over-charging for extended battery life
  • LED Flashlight included
  • Color matching cable and lanyard included
  • Comes in fun, bright colors: Blue, Red, Purple, Orange, and Green

Price: $49.99
Website: www.neptor.com

Happy Plugs: Earbud Headphones
Statement earbuds add a splash of color to your everyday style

  • Comes in 13 colorful hues designed to elevate your style
  • Pick your favorite colors to coordinate with your wardrobe and mood
  • Works with all smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices that have a standard headphone jack
  • Includes a built-in microphone for hands-free calls plus a remote for music control

Price: $24.99
Website: www.HappyPlugs.com

Bike2Power: BikeConsole PowerPlus Mount
A rechargeable waterproof and shock-protected mount for your smartphone (iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, Galaxy S3 and S4)

  • Protects your device from any rough weather, falls or impacts incurred during a bike ride
  • Features a rechargeable battery that nearly doubles your battery life
  • Provide full access to the smartphone’s touch screen, fingerprint access for iPhone 5S, volume, camera, wake/sleep and home buttons
  • Features a 360° swivel design to rotate horizontally or vertically for optimal viewing of any cycling app, GPS instructions or music track selection
  • The iPhone version uses Apple Lightning Connector for 100% compatibility
  • Can be mounted to any type of slender bar such as on a bicycle, stroller, scooter or other similar devices

Price: $69.95 – $89.95
Website: www.Bike2Power.com

Wicked Audio: Jaw Breakers
Candy-colored, noise isolating earbuds add flare to your listening experience

  • Fashion-forward earbuds offer fun color choices to complement everyone’s style
  • Available in 4 bold colors: Green, Black, Pink and White
  • Innovative buds with noise isolation feature to produce superb sound quality
  • Gold-plated connector and lengthy cord add to the high-quality design
  • 10 mm Driver, 20-20,000 Hz Frequency, 1.2 Meter Cord

Price: $17.99
Website: www.wickedheadphones.com

How to enter (please read carefully – any missed steps and your entry will be disqualified):

1. Between now and 03/31/2014 11:59PM EST leave a comment on this page telling us what gadgets, apps, etc that you use to listen to music on a regular basis. For example, I listen to music to and from work through my MINI Cooper and Sirius XM Radio.

Get a 2nd bonus entry by tweeting:
Celebrate Spring with a gadget giveaway from @thegadgeteer http://wp.me/p3LRkH-Ejr

Make sure you come back and leave a 2nd comment with a link to your tweet.

2. At some point on 04/01/2014, I’ll pick 1 random winner using random.org. The winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hrs to claim their prizes. If I do not receive an answer to my emails in that time period, I’ll do other random.org drawings till the prizes are gone.

Rules:

1. Only one entry per person (warning: I check IP addresses).

2. Gadgeteer writers, family members and close friends may not enter this contest.

3. the-gadgeteer.com is not responsible for any lost packages or incorrect shipping addresses.

4. Winner must have a US shipping address.

Update:

The winner is #111 Dawn. Congrats to Dawn and thanks to everyone who entered. Also thanks to the sponsors of this contest!

The winner is #66 Craig Huang. Congrats to Craig.

The winner is #11 Keith. Congrats to Keith.

The contest is now closed.

Comments

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    Bill Greene says:

    I listen to music in my iPod Nano in the car, and streaming talk radio on my computer while working.

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    Steve Cecil says:

    I listen on a really OLD iPod touch, and use spotify and pandora while at work.

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    Marco DiGiulio says:

    I listen to my iTunes music collection at work through desktop speakers.

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    Jbender says:

    From my Samsung S4

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    Travis F. says:

    I listen to my music thorough my Alpine CDE-HD148BT receiver using my iPhone 5 connected to the USB port, which I love. Sometimes I’ll play Pandora through there too. I like using lossless files however.

    The head unit is connected to the Alpine KTP-445A Power Pack and Kicker speakers with a JL Audio Ported Bass Wedge (CP110-W0v3) powered by a JL Audio JX250/1 amplifier. Some Dynamat and this sounds amazing in the old Explorer.

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    Jeremy Garvin says:

    I listen to Itunes Radio at home and my Ihome FM at work. In the car whatever is on my phone.

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    Chris says:

    On a daily basis, I typically listen to either the radio through my Mazda3 with Bose Stereo System or I’ll use iHeartRadio on my phone. I do have a Pandora alarm daily though.

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    Keith says:

    I listen to tunes on my iPhone when out of the house, or my computer when I’m home.

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    Ray Raddatz says:

    I use Pandora One on my cell and computer to listen to music in my car, home, and at the office.

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    Roy Harrigan says:

    I listen to music using Poweramp on my Galaxy Note 3.

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    Buffy says:

    I listen at the gym with headphones. I usually listen to Pandora or a podcast.

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    Alba says:

    I listen to music on XM/Sirius radio in my car and my music off SD card on my phone.

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    Tom Walker says:

    I’m still using my 2nd Generation iTouch, through the aux input on my Pioneer head unit while traveling. Otherwise it’s piped through Sony DR-BT21G bluetooth phones

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    MaryB says:

    I listen to music on a positively-antique iPod Classic, either at the gym (armband) or in the kitchen (Bose dock).

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    Scott Morley says:

    Walkman with Monoprice ear buds

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    Vu Nguyen says:

    At home, I listen to music streaming from my phone, Xperia Z Ultra, to my Bluetooth speaker, the Kiler Concepts Rocksteady speaker.
    In my car, I just listen through the car speakers … just the standard car stereo speakers.

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    Jeff Campbell says:

    I listen to my music in my work van on my android device and in my personal car through the ipod adapter and at home we stream it through our iPad to a wireless speaker.

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    Samir says:

    I use a Sandisk Sansa Clip (original, Clip Zip or Clip Zip +) tied to a pair of Klipsch x10′s as my primary music transport system. :D

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    Christopher says:

    I listen to Spotify on my iPad mini and our dell computer.

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    VEJ says:

    I sometimes use my iPad to listen to work in my car on the way to work.

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    joebones265 says:

    I listen to music on the train to NYC through my iPhone

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    Chris says:

    I listen to music on my iPod Touch while walking the dog and before I fall asleep.

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    Anna says:

    I listen to to audiobooks from the overdrive library app on my iphone via my jambox

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    Ed Hubert says:

    I listen to music though Milk on my GS4 and sirius XM in the car

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    Jimmy says:

    I listen to my iPhone 5 whenever I can. When driving though, listen to my SD card of music through the (horrible) My Ford Sync system in my car.

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    John Englert says:

    I alternate obsolescent iPod Touches (the batteries die after a couple of hours), listening mainly to Pandora and Spotify.

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    Lauren Ham says:

    I listen to podcast on my iphone 5 when walking on trail.

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    Gusto says:

    Listen to tunes and news on the way in and on the way home in the car – whatever station hits a chord. Work = Pandora on a custom station with a variety to match the tempo of the day.

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    Terry says:

    While running, I either use my RunPhones (with iPod Shuffle), or a visor with Shuffle attached, and earbud headphones.

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    kristen mcclary says:

    i listen on my samsung galaxy four and i use slacker radio

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    Christina says:

    I use itunes on my laptop. Other than that, I listen to CD’s. Yeah, I’m way behind, LOL.

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    Jae says:

    Pandora or Spotify … streaming from iPhone/iPad on Outdoor Tech’s Turtle Shell (outdoors) or Buckshot Boom (on the fixie) or Bose Quiet Comfort on the road … via Muse on the rMBP in the office to Bose Wave III via Bluetooth Adapter.

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    Darlene Wright says:

    I use my iPod!

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    Alan says:

    I still use my old PSP to listen to podcasts to and from work, even though I have a Nexus 7 & LG G2, because it is the only thing I can control remotely on my bicycle…. so far.

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    Al Cadiz says:

    I use my iPod Nano 7th Gen for music, podcasts and radio. I stream Pandora on my MacBook Pro.

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    Etta says:

    I listen to my iPod at work and sirrius in the car.

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    1000Acres says:

    My music and radio source is the HTC Butterfly S listening through Bluetooth in my BMW 328i or at home through a black Jawbone Mini Jambox. bj

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    I use my ipod, Samsung galaxy 3 and my laptop. Thanks!

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    My Nexus 5 is my portable music machine. Bluetooth earphones keep away the wires.

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    Simon Slavik says:

    I am listening to music with my HTC.

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    John Kes says:

    I use Pandora to listen to music.

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    Ronnie H says:

    Sirius XM Radio in the truck to my Sony MP3 player on a Sony dock with speakers, and then some live Pink Floyd and a beer to unwind.

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    Betty W says:

    Terrestrial radio for NPR, Sirius XM for music, my iPhone 4S for personal music/Pandora/Spotify – all through my Subaru Legacy’s sound system.

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    poqeteer says:

    Have to admit I am old school Zune offline, but online I’m Pandora.

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    Benas says:

    I use my phone Samsung Galaxy S to listen to music

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    John says:

    I listen to Sirius XM in our car, and through my iPhone 5s on a regular basis. I’ve always used traditional cheaper headphones, but recently purchased a pair of Skullcandy Supreme Sound Navigator headphones on clearance at Target, and they are fantastic, especially for $35.

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    Craig Huang says:

    iphone 4s with Bluetooth receiver hooked into my Infiniti’s radio aux input

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    Sufyan says:

    TuneIn radio on my HTC One.

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    Danita Marrs says:

    I’m moving because I need a handicap accessible home. I’ve had wood floors for 20 years. I live on SSDI. I had a birth defect, but I still worked since I was 15. I taught 23 years. My lower back has grown together. On days I can I clean. I’m going to have to have a lightweight vacuum cleaner, but I have a mix breed that’s like a Shetland pony. He sheds. 24/7! I love him so much. I hate to make him live outside. It gets so cold and hot here in AR. Plus he is my friend. I’d sing its praises (and yours) to all my Facebook friends. I really need it, but I can’t afford it. Moving is expensive and nothing is really done. I can’t stay up long. I do a little and back to bed. I’m just going to get worse, but prayer and love of my family has kept me going. I can’t imagine a better thing to happen except if the pain would go away. They have me on a cancer drug but I don’t know why. My 76 year old mother and my 30 year old daughter will share it. It will be used and loved even after I’m gone. I would truly be so excited to get the vacuum. I don’t even have to have all the goodies- I’d be thrilled for this one thing…honest! Thank you for having this contest- just to have a chance is making me happy! Thank You!

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    Bruce Byrne says:

    Since my car is vintage (1995) I use a cassette tape adapter connected to my iphone 5.

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    Colleen Boudreau says:

    I listen to music on my Galaxy s4!

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    Gabe says:

    I’m torn between my love for using my Cowan x7 while driving and a mix of my Nexus 7 gen2 / Galaxy S4…have poweramp installed on both. Haven’t found a cloud solution that really moves me or doesn’t get boring. I LOVE my music collection.

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    jimlat says:

    Old iPad shuffle and Sennheiser headphones, especially when cutting the grass.

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    howard says:

    Iphone 4s playing ripped cds with a crappy set of dell desktop speakers

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    Paula says:

    Pandora at home. Sirius in the car. Nano on airplanes or out walking.

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    Bruce Brown says:

    I listen to tunein.com on my Onkyo web connected receiver.

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    Amy B says:

    I listen to music when I’m walking on my lunch hour on my ipod and on the radio during work hours.

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    Pandora pretty much evertywhere

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    Alexander wang says:

    I listen to spotify and pandora on my iPhone 5 everywhere I go. At the gym, in the car and at work. I couldn’t live without music!

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    DeAnna Holman says:

    I listen to Spotify or downloaded music on my iPhone 4s.

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    Rainer Mueller says:

    itunes on a laptop connected to my stereo and remote controlled from an IPAD.
    podcasts on USB in the car.

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    Chris says:

    I use my iPhone for all my music.

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    R. Lee says:

    I use my iPhone 5 to stream iTunes radio, or listen to music I downloaded or stream AOL Radio using my old Logitech surround speakers at my desk. Sometimes, I’ll use my Sony noise canceling headphones.

    I also use my Nexus 7 (2013) to listen to Google Play All Access or my Youtube video playlist.

    I use the Nexus primarily in car 1 via wireless bluetooth Miccus Mini-Jack Rx through the car’s Harmon Kardon speakers and my LG G2 as a hotspot.
    I also use my Apple iPhone 5 when driving car 2 through Bose speakers.

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    Jackie Isa says:

    I listen to music on my iPod touch in the car joined to my Kenwood car radio by iPod ready and at work I listen to it too or playlists on Youtube.

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    Anu says:

    I use a sennheiser PX 200 II for listening to music from my 8 GB ipod nano touch whenever I travel without company on the metro bus 2 times daily on all weekdays.

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    Birdiebee says:

    I listen to music on my phone.

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    heatwave16 says:

    I use Spotify on my iPhone

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    AWall says:

    SiriusXM in the car, SiriusXM app through Jabra bluetooth earpiece at work, Spotify through home theater or Bose Soundlink at home.

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    Joe N. says:

    I’m all about spotify and the podcasts app

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    Joyce Hunt says:

    I listen to music on my ipod, my phone, my pc, and my car stereo. My phone is actually better than my ipod since my poor ipod is one of the originals! But it still works!

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    Jhon says:

    I listen the built in music app of my iphone which is piped through the aux jack of my radio via wire.

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    Mark says:

    On a daily basis I use a male to male 3.5 jack to plug my S$ into my truck and I subscribe to RDIO for $9 bucks a month. So far so good.

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    H. W. says:

    I use my Samsung Galaxy S3 for audio; playing my own mixes or traveling with TuneIn, Pandora and SiriusXM.

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    David says:

    I listen to music from Pandora on my Android smartphone, often in my car with an FM transmitter. Some day I’ll get a new enough car that has an aux jack built in!

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    Wally says:

    Spring is Winning! ¡!!!

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    Carlos says:

    I listen to music on my S3 with the fratmusic app

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    I listen to music on Soptify through my V-MODA Crossfader headphones all the time.

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