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We've been sent the URL of this incredible contraption and just couldn't wait to tell you all about it. Yes, that's right folks, for only $19.99 (plus $4.99 p&p) you can have the "revolutionary new patent-pending device which allows you to listen to all of your computer audio through your home stereo while also maintaining the ability to listen through your computer speakers."

Gasp! There's more: "This simple to install "all-in-one" device is a must have for anyone with an MP3 collection who wants to enjoy the full sound of their songs the way they were meant to be heard through a true home stereo."

Stop salivating and order one. Now!

Or perhaps you're wondering why such a simple bit of kit that you could knock up in your shed in about 10 minutes and would cost you about $2 is being sold for $20. Because it's revolutionary, we tell you! It's incredible that no one has thought of piecing different shaped connectors together with a piece of wire before. That's probably why this is such a good deal.

In fact, FXSound flags up its "incredibly low price". And it comes with a one-year warranty!

We'd be interested in hearing if you can find any more super-bargain electronic equipment out there. ®

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