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Do you really need more than 128meg?

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by bonzobanana, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. bonzobanana

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    I seem to spend so much time finding enough tracks to fit on a 128meg player and then I find sometimes theres a couple tracks I wish I hadn't bothered with in the first place. Also I find my most common activity is to put repeat on for one track only and listen to that continously for a while.

    I know you can program tracks but I tend to just hit play and play the lot and just hit repeat for individual tracks. Do I need more memory? I might add that I've used my player quite a few times with only about 25-30 meg used as I've only loaded on about 6 tracks.

    Just curious how people get on with the 512meg models and how they fill them up and organise tracks etc?

    Also its worth pointing out that as I use mine for cycling so once I set the player going I don't really have access to the buttons and it will play for about 35 minutes non stop (my commute time). Obviously if your walking or using one on a train/car its different you have a hands on option to change tracks etc.
     
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    Depends what quality you have the songs in, all mine are 500k ogg so about 15meg each
     
  3. bonzobanana

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    I only have mp3s and only a small percentage are 320k. I have probably 5,000 mp3s and about 4 wmas! I tend to like listening to pretty wierd stuff like game music. I seem to spend more time listening to the music of shenmue, panzer dragoon saga or quake for example than mainstream popular music.
     
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    bonzobanana, I used to listen to StreetFighter II music in school many years ago. All my friends thought I was sad and crazy, but they were listening to Vanilla Ice! :rotfl:

    I don't suppose you have any music from the game Capcom vs SNK: Millenium Fight 2000? Back in the Dreamcast days I had a bunch of mp3 songs for this game but lost them!

    Cheers!
     
  5. bonzobanana

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    I might have, I'm not sure to be honest as I'm not very good at indexing/organising what I've got. I tend to just burn a load onto a cdr and then write on the disc 'mp3'. If I remember whats on it I might add 'game music' or something to the label but its all pretty vague. I'm pretty sure I have streetfighter music of some description but not sure if its that title.

    There is a binary newsgroup for mp3 video games downloads. Worth checking out if your super ultra sad like me ;-)
     

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