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M!tch VIP Member

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#21 14 years ago

got an iRiver iH140, almost 2 years old now, has about 15GB (mostly OGG with some mp3's ) of music and also is a backup for files on the pc, never let me down and the battery lasts ages (18 hours is claimed)


Thinking about it.



War Hawk

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#22 14 years ago

I have a Creative Zen Micro, same as Mr. Matt, but in black. It broke so I'm in the process of trying to fix it. If I can't, I'll probably get another Creative; there's a lot of models.




Zon

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#23 14 years ago

[color=black]I have a psp so I can store just about anything on mine and view it at the same time, I use it most for mp3's but if I ever get board when I’m sitting there I just whip it out and start playing a game of my choice of watch a movie (but still no radio) have a 1 gig pro stick for it. I did have an RCA mp3 player 128 but it died (used it for quite some time) I like it good good battery life and can view pictures.[/color]




Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#24 14 years ago

My MP3 player is uber versatile, can play MP3s, play games, surf these forums, and has 37.2 GBs. dell%20computer.jpg (Wish my computer looked like that...)




DarkstuareZ

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#25 14 years ago

256mb Audiovox, good sound for 50 bucks, I like just having songs i like, cause i grow out of songs, and then eventually back into them, so smaller mp3 players are better in my opinion.




Admiral Donutz VIP Member

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#26 14 years ago
NiteStrykerSo, do you have an MP3 player? What are your specs for it?

I don't, i don't need to listen to music when i am on my bicycle and during the rest of the day (at home and on college) i use my laptop and play music on it, no worries about storage capacity there :p.




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#27 14 years ago
DarkstuareZ256mb Audiovox, good sound for 50 bucks, I like just having songs i like, cause i grow out of songs, and then eventually back into them, so smaller mp3 players are better in my opinion.

the solid state players are very good , specially the muvos and the irivers, but for those that demand more space , ipod/zen is the way to go. i would not say one is "better" it just depends on the individual needs.




dark ghost

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#28 14 years ago

What do i win for having the smallest cheepest MP3?confusedx.gif It is a memorix 80mb or about 25 songsroll%20eyes%20%28sarcastic%29.gif




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#29 14 years ago

I have a 4 gig iPod mini, and I dont use iTunes. I use the Winamp plug-in because winamp is infinitely better than iTunes. As for the battery problem, I havn't had any yet. Hopefully it will die before my warranty runs out.




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#30 14 years ago

[color=DarkRed]At the moment, I'm stuck with a shitty Alba 128MB MP3 player. Plays MP3/WMA files. I hope to upgrade to a bigger one soon...[/color]