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    I just got a new mp3 player with 128MB storage and was wonderin could i increase it to 256MB? the player i got is shown below




    Specifications
    128MB Flash Store Capacity: That's about 2 CDs/10hrs voice recording/88 floppy disks
    LCD Display: Large MoonLight Blue LCD/Nano-material made screen
    Supported Music Formats: MP3, WMA
    Displays ID3 tags: Song Title, Artist and time duration, as well as lyric in-phase
    Support 8 languages: Chinese, English, German, French, Swedish, Italian, Spanish and Czechish
    Voice recording, 7-sz battery, last more than 12hours
    Voice Effect Mode: JAZZ. CLASSIC. ROCK. POP. NORMAL
    Playing Mode: various cycle mode, special Preview Mode
    LCD Faceplate: 96*26 pixel, Blue Light Background
    Voice Sampling Frequency: 8KHZ
    Compress Rate: 32KBPS~256KBPS
    Weight: 32g(without battery)
    Size: 90x23x19(mm)
    Compatibility: Windows98/ME/2000/XP
    Battery: 1 AAA battery
    Battery Life: approximately 12 hours
    Earphone Output Power: 6mW + 6mW
    Included 6 accessories: 128MB Mp3 Player / 128MB USB Pen Drive / Digital Voice Recorder, Hi-Fi stereo earphone neck strap, Software CD, user manual, FM earphone neck strap, 1 AAA battery.
    CE and FCC certificated

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    doesn't look like it, but maybe. Is there a slot anywhere on it where you can insert a little card (flash card, i think they are called)?

    If so, you cna buy a 128mb card to bring it up to 256mb, or buy a 256mb one and bring it to 384mb.

    If there is already a card in it, probably a 128mb one, then you will ahve to remove that and buy a bigger one, probably 256mb or so.

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    I don't believe that mp3 player has any room for storage upgrade. I think your stuck with 128mb...
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    dude, just get an MiniDisc player and call it a day.

    one disc holds 360min of music and u could buy as much discs as
    you want. And it still fits in your pocket.

    No contest.

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    Originally posted by trillscout@20 June 2004 - 21:36
    dude, just get an MiniDisc player and call it a day.

    one disc holds 360min of music and u could buy as much discs as
    you want. And it still fits in your pocket.

    No contest.
    If i was to ever buy something other than a cd player, it would be so i woulnd't have moving parts...something which a minidisc can't provide.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004+21 June 2004 - 02:45--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (ROSSCO_2004 &#064; 21 June 2004 - 02:45)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-trillscout@20 June 2004 - 21:36
    dude, just get an MiniDisc player and call it a day.

    one disc holds 360min of music and u could buy as much discs as
    you want. And it still fits in your pocket.

    No contest.
    If i was to ever buy something other than a cd player, it would be so i woulnd&#39;t have moving parts...something which a minidisc can&#39;t provide. [/b][/quote]
    agreed but one part or the other will always move if u know what I mean.
    MDs are much smaller and less bulky than cd players.

    and mp3 plyers just don&#39;t hold enough if ur travellin long distances.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Originally posted by trillscout+20 June 2004 - 23:09--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (trillscout @ 20 June 2004 - 23:09)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@21 June 2004 - 02:45
    <!--QuoteBegin-trillscout
    @20 June 2004 - 21:36
    dude, just get an MiniDisc player and call it a day.

    one disc holds 360min of music and u could buy as much discs as
    you want. And it still fits in your pocket.

    No contest.

    If i was to ever buy something other than a cd player, it would be so i woulnd&#39;t have moving parts...something which a minidisc can&#39;t provide.
    agreed but one part or the other will always move if u know what I mean.
    MDs are much smaller and less bulky than cd players.

    and mp3 plyers just don&#39;t hold enough if ur travellin long distances. [/b][/quote]
    Such thought was put into that post...
    You can get a 10gb mp3 player for fairly cheap, Ultra has one for about &#036;150 Canadian, so you definatly can not say mp3 players do not have enough space, when you can get even a 40gb ipod&#33; That is way more then necessary, and way more then the 360 minutes that a minidisk can provide&#33;
    and having all your songs in memory is also way better then having to carry around numerous disks
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  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Originally posted by kaiweiler+21 June 2004 - 03:32--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (kaiweiler @ 21 June 2004 - 03:32)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
    Originally posted by trillscout@20 June 2004 - 23:09
    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@21 June 2004 - 02:45
    <!--QuoteBegin-trillscout
    @20 June 2004 - 21:36
    dude, just get an MiniDisc player and call it a day.

    one disc holds 360min of music and u could buy as much discs as
    you want. And it still fits in your pocket.

    No contest.

    If i was to ever buy something other than a cd player, it would be so i woulnd&#39;t have moving parts...something which a minidisc can&#39;t provide.

    agreed but one part or the other will always move if u know what I mean.
    MDs are much smaller and less bulky than cd players.

    and mp3 plyers just don&#39;t hold enough if ur travellin long distances.
    Such thought was put into that post...
    You can get a 10gb mp3 player for fairly cheap, Ultra has one for about &#036;150 Canadian, so you definatly can not say mp3 players do not have enough space, when you can get even a 40gb ipod&#33; That is way more then necessary, and way more then the 360 minutes that a minidisk can provide&#33;
    and having all your songs in memory is also way better then having to carry around numerous disks [/b][/quote]
    :">

    did I mention that I bought my MD 3yrs ago and haven&#39;t done any research
    since.

    10 gig huh. Where have I been.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Originally posted by trillscout@20 June 2004 - 23:42
    did I mention that I bought my MD 3yrs ago and haven&#39;t done any research
    since.

    10 gig huh.&nbsp; Where have I been.
    no problem, just don&#39;t say something is better then something else without doing thorough research of it first&#33;
    10gb is far from the biggest, I think the Apple Ipod has the biggest, measuring up at 40gb, not certain though
    either way, it&#39;s plenty of space
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    for a bout the proice of a 40gb ipod, you can get an archos multimedia that plays mpegs as well as mp3s very good deal

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