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Old 01-11-2007, 08:45 AM   #1
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Has anybody had any experience with using the Stilletto on a bus? I currently take NJ Transit commuter buses to work and am wondering if the Stilletto would work on them. As my commute is about an hour each way (for NYC that is not too bad), I would be doing some serious listening on the bus.

Usually I sit in the aisle, sometimes with a person between me and the window, so I never have a direct shot at the sky. The bus is a big commuter bus, similar to what Grayhound runs. With the exception of overpasses and (of course) the Lincoln Tunnel, the bus is always above ground.
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Has anybody had any experience with using the Stilletto on a bus? I currently take NJ Transit commuter buses to work and am wondering if the Stilletto would work on them. As my commute is about an hour each way (for NYC that is not too bad), I would be doing some serious listening on the bus.

Usually I sit in the aisle, sometimes with a person between me and the window, so I never have a direct shot at the sky. The bus is a big commuter bus, similar to what Grayhound runs. With the exception of overpasses and (of course) the Lincoln Tunnel, the bus is always above ground.
It's really something you're just going to have to try. Buy it at a store that has a 30day return policy and see how it works. For me, mine works fine all over town but I'm not in Jersey.
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Old 01-14-2007, 07:51 PM   #3
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NYC itself has great signal strength so I would assume that you might be able to get decent signal strength in Jersey too. Take it to work with you tomorrow morning and just have music recorded on to your Stiletto just in case you get no signal.
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