Which MP3 player?

Hawke
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Which MP3 player?

Post by Hawke »

I actually like the iPod Shuffle. I have had no problems with it while running/biking, etc...might be something to look into.
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Lon
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Which MP3 player?

Post by Lon »

evo99 wrote: I want to buy a MP3 player for jogging/fitness training with...

My Creative Zen Touch isn't appreciating all the jumping around, so keeps going on the blink on me!

So I reckon I need to trade it in for something that can handle a bit of movement, doesn't need alot of re-charging!

Does anyone have any advice as to the best option?

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I bought the Muvo Slim by "Creative" four months ago and love it. 512 meg, 18 hour of usage. Beats Ipod big time in cost. I paid $135 on sale at "Circuit City".







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Hawke
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Which MP3 player?

Post by Hawke »

Well...in that case, the Shuffle would be more cost effective: 1 gig capacity for $149.

Ultimately, the choice is up to you :)
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Which MP3 player?

Post by williamsjohn »

In my opinion, Go for shuffle, it will be a good choice.
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FourPart
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Which MP3 player?

Post by FourPart »

iPods are not MP3 Players. They don't play MP3s - they have to be converted first.

On the whole, though, an MP3 player is an MP3 player, is an MP3 player. The only real difference between the flashy Designer brands & your bog standard 'does what it says on the tin' model is the matter of about £100 in price.

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