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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Terratec M3PO

4. Conclusion

Terratec M3PO - Page 4

Conclusion:

Positive (+) :

Negative (-) :

- Works with all kinds of CD-R and CD-RW discs and every kind of MP3 file available today.
- You can store your favorite songs in the internal HD and never swap a CD again! Using a 30GB HD, you can store about 680 hours of music. This is about one month of non-stop music;)
- High quality of construction, Cool design.
- This player can easily replace your high-end CD Player.
- Good after-sales support and frequent firmware updates.

- The unit's small LCD display offers a narrow viewing angle and jerky scrolling.
- The absence of the 'Soft Button' on the remote needs to be fixed in future hardware revisions.
- Some small inconveniency in the menu system might require new firmware releases.

Terratec M3PO Top!The Terratec M3PO player is a prime example of this entire new trend. Based on a Micronas chip decoder, this powerful PC-on-a-card player offers the usability of a full-featured PC based MP3 player. Equipped with a standard CD-ROM, a small display and even an optional standard IDE hard-disk (HD), it is able to play every possible MP3 audio file in circulation today. From an 8Kbps, 8KHz, mono, up to a 320Kbps, 48KHz, Variable-Bit-Rate (VBR) stereo MP3 file. Playlists, CD-to-HD copying is all-standard in this unit. With an elegant design, it is even able to stand side-by-side to your other audio home equipment. A PC enthusiast's and audiophile's dream is finally true?




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