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Thread: A Good Mp3 Player?

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    iMartin's Avatar ♥Home Grown♥ BT Rep: +9BT Rep +9
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    Alright, so what's a good mp3 player that I can get for $210 USD? I'm not wanting one that can hold like 10,000 songs, cause I'll never use that up, but something that can hold around 1,000-5,000 songs. And one that'll have artist/album/song arranging type deal in it.

    Any tips? :helpsmile:



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    Originally posted by [-Crono-]@26 June 2004 - 19:59
    Alright, so what's a good mp3 player that I can get for $210 USD? I'm not wanting one that can hold like 10,000 songs, cause I'll never use that up, but something that can hold around 1,000-5,000 songs. And one that'll have artist/album/song arranging type deal in it.

    Any tips? :helpsmile:
    There are some good CD-audio players that also read MP3 (Data CD).
    Thats about 700 Mb. How many songs that can hold will depend (And this is true on all MP3 players) on the quality of the MP3


    There around 60 - 200$...

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    just go to radio shack, they have tons of mp3 players.

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    Not sure how much they are, but Ipods go up to like 40gb, possibly more.

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    Technically I meant "Jukebox Player", but you guys know what I mean, I think I'm just gonna go with the Dell DJ 15, only $199.


    • 15 GB of storage
    • 20 hours of battery life
    • 2-inch LCD with blue backlight
    • Stores over 7,000 songs
    • Plays MP3, WMA, WAV
    • Lightweight at 7.61 oz
    • Includes headphones
    • Free shipping

    What do ya guys think?



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    Originally posted by [-Crono-]@26 June 2004 - 21:33
    Technically I meant "Jukebox Player", but you guys know what I mean, I think I'm just gonna go with the Dell DJ 15, only $199.

    • 15 GB of storage
    • 20 hours of battery life
    • 2-inch LCD with blue backlight
    • Stores over 7,000 songs
    • Plays MP3, WMA, WAV
    • Lightweight at 7.61 oz
    • Includes headphones
    • Free shipping
    What do ya guys think?
    Seems like a very good deal (too bad that isn't canadian prices lol, but good none-the-less).

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    Yeah, too bad I don't have a credit card Oh well, maybe there's other billing plans.



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    Originally posted by [-Crono-]@26 June 2004 - 21:42
    Yeah, too bad I don't have a credit card Oh well, maybe there's other billing plans.
    aren't there, like, dell stores?

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    Not around my area



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    Originally posted by [-Crono-]@26 June 2004 - 22:43
    Not around my area
    same here, actually i don't recall EVER seeing a dell store

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