If you’re naturally curious as I am, then this is the day for you! And I have a mission for you, should you choose to accept it. A good friend of mine is a taxi driver, but the radio in his taxi does not work. He can’t even hook an iPod to it. I think it should be possible to find some sort of speakers with an internal battery (or that can be run from the cigarette lighter) that are a small enough profile they could be attached to the ceiling on either side of the interior lights. Obviously the dashboard would be a more obvious choice, but it’s a taxi. There’s a ton of stuff on the dash as it is. So…any ideas? Of course, the caveat is that they can’t cost a huge amount of money. I’m thinking under $50.00 US would be about right. And of course we want the best sound quality possible. Put your curious nature to work and see if you can find something for me, won’t you? I’ve not got the time today. Thanks!

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