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Recommend me a cheap MP3 player?

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by Lex, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. Lex

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    I want an MP3 player to use in the car - I don't really want to pay a lot as I am only gonna use it for a couple of weeks (doing a lot of driving :rolleyes: ) So cheap as poss really! :smashin:

    Anyone got any ideas or recommendations?

    Cheers!
     
  2. karkus30

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    Maybe get yourself a PDA ? IPAQ or similar, gives you loads of storage. Then of course you can combine it with Tom Tom mapping software and GPS for easy navigation on the road. Plus you can use the PDA for all the other usefull stuff like e.mails, web access, camera,spreadsheets, word processing etc etc.

    It will cost you more than a cheap MP3 player, but its far more flexible.
     
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    You could try this solid state one, or this CD based one, both for less than £100.

    I personally went for the MPIO FL-100 which sounds & looks great, is tiny and expandable (with a great tuner too), but is rather expensive.

    Paul
     
  5. m@rk

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    Assuming you have a CD player in the car, why not just burn your MP3s to audio CD and keep them in the glove box.
     
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    I totaly agree with networkguy here the cheapest and easiest option is to burn your own cds and use them on an in car stereo.
     
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    Hiya


    Ive got a MOS Sound one costs £200 from Argos has a 40gb hd and you can connect to like u do a cd player to your radio :)

    Samantha
     
  9. Lex

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    Thanks for all your replies guys - I am gonna give it some thought!! ;)
     

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