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  • Advice for buying an MP3 player

    Okay guys, I'm going to brave the MP3 waters.

    So I'm looking for advice on what kind of player to try and pick up on EBay(damned if I'll pay full price).

    I'm looking for one about 20 GB, and as I'm planning on using it for my trip home, it needs good battery time(at least 24 hours)

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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  • #2
    Don't buy off E-bay.

    You'd be amazed how even lightly used MP3 players can have problems if they were mistreated.

    Furthermore, don't touch anything in the RCA Lyra catagory.

    Absolute ****.

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    • #3
      I wouldn't reccomend buying MP3s off Ebay either...if you're planning on using it a lot, iPods are definitely worth the expensive price....they are the best, no doubt. If you don't want to spend the money, or don't plan on using it too often, get an iRiver or something like that.
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      • #4
        mobiBLU

        100 bucks full price and works great.

        I have about 70 songs on it..cuz well I don't feel like filling it all the way up.

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        • #5
          Go for the Dell DJ, i have one and it works great, it has 20 GB's and very good battery life, it's also 100$ less than ipod's!!!

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          • #6
            Here's a couple links that may be of help.

            http://www.mp3.com/hardware.php


            Here's a few of the hard drive players.

            http://www.mp3.com/hardware/hard/hardware.html


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            • #7
              I'm not looking for anything that plays video or shows photos(I don't want to watch film on a small screen, and I have a great digi camera).

              I want easy to use, lots of songs, long battery life.
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              • #8
                I had a 20 g IPOD and the drive crashed on it, so I went out and got the 30 G video Ipod, sucker never leaves my side. So far I have about 1300 songs on it.

                But they are expensive and so are the accesories.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Elway
                  I had a 20 g IPOD and the drive crashed on it, so I went out and got the 30 G video Ipod, sucker never leaves my side. So far I have about 1300 songs on it.

                  But they are expensive and so are the accesories.
                  I'm seriously considering the new Sony NW-A3000, the software has pretty good feedback, and the battery life is huge. And Sony=quality personal audio
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