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Old 08-19-2008, 08:53 PM
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how does the Zen perform as a replacement for your main stereo plugged into 3rd party external speakers?
It works just fine. I have no problems doing so.

1. Yes and see above response.
2. Although I don't listen to the FM radio much connected to external speakers, both of the ones I use seem to work ok.

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Speakers will need to be amplified of course.
This will be the key point to getting decent quality and volume levels, but shouldn't really be an issue since most external speakers we are referring to should be amp'ed.

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If you do, you could try using a longer lead (or extension) to provide more aerial-ness!
Good point!
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