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    Pandora = best thing to happen to music since CD's

    That is all. Absolutely love the program and feel it's worth every penny of the whopping $36/yr it costs. Everyone else here with me on this one?

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    Yup, Love it!

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    Pandora is sweet. I'm looking for a new head unit with aux-in just so I can use Pandora in the car, haha.
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    I listen to Pandora several times a week, at least a few hours at a time. Plus I have it on my Hero phone for listening when there's nothing good on the car radio. Haven't hit the freebie 40-hour limit yet, but if I do, I'll have no problem with paying to continue listening. I've found a lot of great bands with Pandora!

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    I enjoy Pandora as well. I too haven't exceeded the 40 hour limit very often. Depends on what I'm doing at work. However... I thinkt he music selection depends on what kind of music you listen to. I've noticed the variety changes significantly the further away from mainstream music you get.

    The variety on satellite is significantly better. Not sure if it's worth the extra $60 or not, but there is an arguement there to be made depending on what time of music listener you are.
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    It has basically replaced my entire music question. I vary rarely will even go out of my way to get a specific album now. With it available in my browser and on my phone I can have it anywhere.
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    No need to even pay $36. It's only $1 if you go over the 40 per month. Are the perks werth it though for the Pandora One?

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    I had Sirius for a while (I think a little over a year?) and then switched the Pandora. The big draw for me to switch was the internet radio for Sirius cost as much as Pandora, and I used the net radio more than the head unit. Also, I intend to get an android phone so I can listen to Pandora at work, something I can't currently do with either Pandora or Sirius (blocked on our network). I've found setting up multiple channels and forcing them to stick to specific genre's, then using the quick mix feature has really opened my music options. I can listen to specific stuff if I want to, but spend most the time all over the place.

    Here's links to some of the songs I discovered on Pandora that I would never have known otherwise:









    Not a one of these are serious songs. I laughed at all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike92stealthtt View Post
    No need to even pay $36. It's only $1 if you go over the 40 per month. Are the perks werth it though for the Pandora One?
    I like having the program on my desktop vs having to be on a website. That's probably the biggest thing right now. Add to it that I intend to stream it at work via phone and I'll average at least 160 hours a month of usage. Not to mention I want to speak to the music industry the best way I know how and the only way they will listen - with my wallet. I haven't spent a dime on a CD in ages, and refuse to buy anything from a site that gives me DRM mp3's again (had a bunch of songs stop working when I did a new OS install, and the site told me to piss off and buy again). Pandora is the right music distribution for the right price.

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    Pandora is almost always open while i'm at my computer. Alot more ads now than a few years ago but definitely worth it.

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