Flash player for aprox 100$

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  1. holymonk

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    just as the title says, Im looking for a neat 1gb flashplayer for aprox. 100 dollars, Ive been looking a little at the creative v200 and the creative Nano plus, and I can't tell the difference between them.

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    I appreciate all kinds of tips, and tell me where i can buy the player aswell please ^^
     
  2. drmoze

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    You can probably find a Sony NW-E107 player for about $100 on eBay. I like mine a lot. Runs forever on a single AAA battery. (OK, maybe just 30-50 hours!) If you don't mind converting or reripping tunes, you can load songs in Atrac3+ format at 64 kbps, which sounds great to my ears and increases song capacity a lot. Heck, even the 512Mb NW-E105 will have equivalent storage to a 1Gb DAP playing 128 kbps mp3's.
     
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    Thank you for the infomation, but I already have a "Sony NW-HD3" and it's the worst mp3 player that i have ever had and used! So no more Sony for me, but thanks anyway.

    remember, all tips are welcome!

    ;)
     
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    The creative V200 is ok. The radio reception is a but dodgy with me, but that may be due to where I live. Battery Life is good, I've got about 12 hours out of it. Sound quality is quite good - better than the useless MPMAN player I had before anyway! Its got the USB connecter in it, so you don't need a cable and although you do get teh creative software with it, you don't have to use it. The volume is loud enough on fulll with just one earphone in, let alone two!
    Only problem though is when the backlight is lit, there is a sight static buzzing noise in the headphones, you can only just hear it, but it can get annoying.
    And it may just be because I've dropped mine from chest height onto concrete about 10 times, but it seems fragile, and I've had to glue mine together! LOL. (probably because I dropped it so many times though)
    Overall, I good player.
     
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  6. holymonk

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    yeah i just bought one of those for my mom, but still, I just want to concider my other options before buying the same product twice, although it seems quite okay.

    So once again, whats the difference between the Creative Nano Plus and the Creative MuVo v200?

    EDIT: Found out that the v200 is the same as N200 and Nano plus without the cord. NOTE: That N200 and Nano Plus are exactly the same player with different colors! LOL creative sucks
     

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