One AudioCD is from 650 to 700 megabytes. When I toss that into CDEX I see about a 10X reduction to 65 or less megabytes. Let's say there to 20 tracks on that CD.
At 2GB songs I get the following. 2000 MB / 70 MB * 20 = 571.42...
So they are not lying here. It could get to 1000 on average if I altered my CD ripper settings.
Depending on the sites I go to, some say that MP3s hold 250 songs per gigabyte. However when I viewed info about the Creative Zen V Plus (2GB), it says it holds up to 1000 songs. Does that really add up? :-P
I want a Creative Zen V plus, however all I want is 1000 songs. Should I just get a 4GB to be safe? Or save money and get a 2GB?