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ranren -> portable mp3 players--your pix (3/8/2003 9:51:42 AM)

I'm shopping around for a portable mp3 player, and was wondering if anyone has a recommendation. The Apples (forget their actual name) seem the best, although damned pricey.
Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.




MP3Mogul -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (3/9/2003 12:34:40 AM)

You are correct, the Apple is probably the best right now. It's also available in a Windows version too. If price is no object, this is the way to go.

I personally use the RioVolt, it doesn't use memory cards, but it plays MP3 cd's. Which are more convenient, and cheaper to me. It works excellent, and I've never had a problem with it.




Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (3/9/2003 4:44:49 AM)

I also prefer to use the 8cm "MP3" CD-Rs instead of memory sticks or the like. It's always nice to be able to use them on your PC as well [:D]

I use a a factory direct model miniMP3 CD Player, with no brand and no way to get more... so I can't be of much help recommending it LOL!




Clint -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (11/20/2003 2:05:47 PM)

I use and recommend the Sony DC-J01 MP3/CD Walkman. I simply believe the storage of the CD (700MB or so of MP3) is better for price and convenience than current players with built-in memory. The next model (DNE1) is better on battery life and offers Sony's own ATRAC3/ATRAC3 Plus format compatibility.





MP3Mogul -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (11/20/2003 4:47:48 PM)

I use the Sonic MP3 Portable player when I am on the go.




gabbysdad -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (5/17/2004 8:38:55 AM)

I recently picked up an Archos Jukebox Recorder, which has the mp3 player as well as a built in recording feature.
20 GB on Amazon.com for $179, and it had a $50 rebate when I got it.

Works great with an FM transmitter in my car stereo.

http://www.archos.com/products/prw_300070.html

Looks like the model I got is no longer being sold, as the http://www.archos.com/ site is now listing the Gemini model and Ondio. You can still find them used on Amazon and probably on eBay.com.




FearNo1 -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (8/5/2004 11:27:34 AM)

I highly recommend Panasonic's AM/FM MP3 CD player. It costs about $60. Batteries on the newer model supposedly lasts over 70 hours on 2AA. I kind of need a portable AM/FM MP3 DVD (walkman type) player. I already have about 6 CDs of 128kbps MP3.




arith -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (8/18/2004 2:33:31 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: Dolphinius_Rex

I also prefer to use the 8cm "MP3" CD-Rs instead of memory sticks or the like. It's always nice to be able to use them on your PC as well [:D]

I use a a factory direct model miniMP3 CD Player, with no brand and no way to get more... so I can't be of much help recommending it LOL!


Does it look like this?
[image]http://www.met.com.tw/img/product/other/mp3.gif[/image]

It's dimension: 106m/m (L) x 85m/m (W) x 25m/m (H)




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emperor -> RE: portable mp3 players--your pix (8/18/2004 6:45:02 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: arith

quote:

ORIGINAL: Dolphinius_Rex

I also prefer to use the 8cm "MP3" CD-Rs instead of memory sticks or the like. It's always nice to be able to use them on your PC as well [:D]

I use a a factory direct model miniMP3 CD Player, with no brand and no way to get more... so I can't be of much help recommending it LOL!


Does it look like this?
[image]http://www.met.com.tw/img/product/other/mp3.gif[/image]

It's dimension: 106m/m (L) x 85m/m (W) x 25m/m (H)


Actually we have reviewed the 8cm MET player [;)]




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