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MP3 on mobile phones quality

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by MartinH32, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. MartinH32

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    Hello all,
    Thought I would ask if anyone has opinions on mp3 player quality on mobile phones.
    I have had the following:
    Nokia 6630... Too quiet and can only get 256mb cards
    Motorola E398... Amazing quality again only 256mb cards
    Sharp GX30... Very good quality and uses up to 1gig sd ram cards

    Any thoughts anyone else?
     
  2. betamac

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    Just got the Sony E K750i with 1GB Memory Stick Pro Duo

    and quality is fantastic,

    also amazingly impressed with the speaker as music sounds excellant through that as well.
     
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    i've got the 6230. just now i've got a 512 mmc card but i don't think there's a limit.
    sound is very good on the headphones and it actually has a pretty loud speaker too so i use it as a jukebox when i'm down the beach or pottering in the garden.
     
  4. realslimcookie

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    The quality on my Samsung D500 is off the hook. Great, loud, and plenty of memory to use it as a mini jukebox when needed.

    Realslimcookie.
     
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    Just to add the K750i supports upto 4GB memory sticks (2GB available now) 4GB available soon
     
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    Hi, hope you dont mind me butting in on your thread, but i am desperate and nobody answers my posts!!
    The problem: I have a Motorola v635, which has the mp3 player built in, I have upgraded to a 256 transflash memory card. I cant get the mp3's onto my phone. I have tried using the mobile phone tools software and have also tried just using the usb lead itself and going into 'mycomputer' and then mobile-sounds- etc...it recognizes pictures, I can upload and download pictures no problem, but when I go into 'sounds' there is nothing there.
    I have spoken to orange and even to motorola themselves and motorola said that it could be that the files are in wma format and i need mp3 format, they suggested visiting 'motocoder' which I have done but it looks like a foreign language to me!! ll I want to do is use the mp3 player on my mobile! surely that is not asking too much?
    Yours very :censored: off!!

    Nicola


    [edited by mylo, implied swearword removed]
     
  7. chedmaster

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    orange spv c500 smartphone, great quality but annoying hsss sound every so often (well shown on modaco.com), future spv's should solve this then its a winner.
     
  8. rash.m2k

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    Nicola-piglet give google a search wma to mp3 converter, convert them to mp3 and then try it, they should have a help file to show you how to do it, and by the way there are different qualities of the mp3 files you will make, 128 kbps (kilo bit per second) is CD quality lower than that should not make much differennce - I recommend about ~80 but don't go too low otherwise the quality will be rubbish through the headhones - it may be ok through the louspeaker
     
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    not much memory only 80mb
     
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    sharp gx30 is pretty rubbish with the standard earphones, no bass at all. find an adapter that works and use your own and its alright
     

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