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Wednesday, December 28, 2005
TEAC MP-350

1. Introduction

It was only a few days ago that we tested TEAC's MP-400 mp3 player. And now TEAC is kind enough to send us yet another mp3 player from its consumer audio product series, the MP-350. TEAC has a good reputation with mp3 players and we expected the best from this latest mp3 player. Nothing more, nothing less!

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The TEAC MP-350 mp3 player is an older model than the MP-400 and by all rights, should have fewer features than the newer MP-400. On the other hand, there were some features that were missing from the MP-400 but are available with the MP-350. So, future buyers might want to read this review to see which of the two TEAC mp3 players is most suited to their needs.

One thing is certain however. TEAC has managed to cover all users needs with its product series, and even the most demanding user will find the player that is right for them. And of course, we don't have to comment on sound quality. After all, it's TEAC, and excellent sound quality is assured.

- Features & Specifications

There are some features that we liked in the MP-400 mp3 player that are missing from the MP-350. Ogg vorbis files and mp4 files, for example, are not supported. There is also no wma encoding when recording.

But the MP-350 does support movie playback although the movie needs to be in the MTV format. This is a special video format for mobile devices, and TEAC offers the movie converter for free, to create MTV movies from your video files. And despite there being no wma encoding, audio recording is supported in wav format. Additionally, the MP-350 can display lyrics when playing an audio file.

Everything else looks pretty much the same as the MP-400, apart from one major detail: the touch-pad. As you can see from the pictures above, there is a small touch-pad, below the screen, with all the control keys on it.

Below you can see a comprehensive list of the TEAC MP-350's specifications:

Body Dimension 70 x 35 x 13.5 mm
Weight appr. 35g
Features Audio Player MP3, WMA
FM Tuner & Record Direct encoding in WAV
Voice Recorder
Line-in Recorder
Memory Built-in Memory 512MB / 1GB
Expandable Memory -
Power Battery Built-in Polymer Battery
Life Time appr. 8 hours play
Display LCD 65K OEL colour display
Display MTV Movie
JPEG Images (Image Browser)
ID3 tag / lyrics support
Multi Language
Music Play Sound Effect 5 modes user equalizer (jazz, classical, rock, pop, normal)
Support File System MP3, WMA
Bit Rate Supported MP3: 8kbps~320kbps (CBR and VBR)
WMA: 32kbps~192kbps
PC Connection Support PC System Win98SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP, MAC 9.0 or newer
Interface USB2.0 / touch screen player
Firmware Upgradable Yes




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