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Cheap and reliable mp3

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by crosshatch, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. crosshatch

    crosshatch
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    Hi there,
    Just looking for my first mp3 player and wanted some advice on what is best for me to buy. As I really don't know where to start.
    Basically, all I need it for is to go running/training. So really, all I want a is cheap and reliable player that is easy to use (Price range up to £50).
    I would appreciate it if anyone has any knowledge they would like to share.
    Thx
     
  2. reevesy

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    got the missus a creative muvo n200 for around fifty quid for use in the gym.
    very good for sound quality and ease of use.
    personally if you are sensitive to crap sound dont go for a cheapy player,i dear say there might be exceptions but the few i've listen to were pretty ropey.
    happy hunting
     
  3. crosshatch

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    cheers reevesy, thx for your feedback.
    Just wondered how much a fairly decent player would set me back?
    As I guess from your comments that cheap mp3 are best avoided.
    TTFN
     

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