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    I was deciding on getting a mp3 cd player, but i was wondering if i should spend more money and get this http://www.futureshop.ca/catalog/proddetai...d=&newdeptid=19 or should i get this one http://www.futureshop.ca/catalog/proddetai...d=&newdeptid=19 wich looks fine and spend the rest of the money one some speakers for it. Should i go for the more expesive one or get the cheaper one wich looks fine and get some speakers too.
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    I would get the SONY MP3/ CD player. The cheap one dont look to great.
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    Im gonna go with the panasonic one then, sony too expensive. But first ill have to come up with 40 more bucks wich i hope i will get from selling all my computer accesories.
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    Out of the two I would definetly go for the dearer one, as the cheaper one has no ac adaptor supplied, it isn't cdrw compatible, is nearly double the weight and the expected battery life isn't stated and for that price I wouldn't expect the battery life to be very long, under 10 hours would be my guess.
    None of them support id3 tags and the anti shock memory on them isn't that great either.

    I have the sony D-NE511
    The battery life is upto 80 hours, when encoded as atrac. Only sony players use atrac compression, but with it you get much longer battery life and about 24 hours of music on one cd.

    Edit- you can get a sony one for not much more than the panasonic.
    http://www.sonystyle.ca/commerce/servlet/P...ath=46881n46300

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    can someone tell me how to burn a mp3 layer cd, dont have many cds to fuck up.I have all my songs in folders so what do i do next. Use nero and burn as data cd???
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    Originally posted by Tormentor@6 February 2004 - 01:43
    Use nero and burn as data cd???
    Yes and if they are in seperate folders for each album, i would keep them in thier folders when burning.

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    OK thanks.
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    there was a tip in the manual of my dvd player which i found pretty handy was to put the tracks you first want played into a folder called 001 or just 1 or something like that, then in that folder put teh songs in order that you want them played by adding 001 to teh first, 002 to the second etc. etc. and it will automatically play 001>001 first and so on, which is pretty kool and i use that feature when i burn mp3's

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    I suggest you get this one, i will:

    THIS ONE

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    save the extra money for a 5gb ipod. very good item. mp3 cd players tend to end songs early, or not read some at all and are a lot more fragile than mp3 players. and yes, ipods do work with windows.

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