MP3 Insider 173: Born a ramblin' man

This week, Donald will just not_shut_up already, so Jasmine tries to impose a word cap on his ramblings (it fails). Items that are babbled upon include the overly bass-heavy Dr. Dre Beats Solo headphones, a potential Zii war between Nintendo and Creative,

This week, Donald will just not_shut_up already, so Jasmine tries to impose a word cap on his ramblings (it fails). Items that are babbled upon include the overly bass-heavy Dr. Dre Beats Solo headphones, a potential Zii war between Nintendo and Creative, an itty-bitty $9 MP3 player, and a potential HD video player from Cowon. Also, Donald shoots Jasmine with lasers, and we drool over an ultraquiet vacuum with a built in iPod speaker.

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Episode 173

Beats Solo are muddy, muffled, and mushy

Zii trademark in Japan http://www.dapreview.net/news.php?item.4655.1

$9 MP3 player

Cowon V5

Electrolux vacuum iPod speaker

---------READER MAILS------

my issue of the week.

I absolutely LOATHE the fact that Imeem was bought by Myspace last week! I had no idea this was coming and nothing was posted on Imeem's site regarding this. Since artists usually release new music on Tuesdays, I would usually go to Imeem to stream the available songs for the new artist(s) disc(s) as a preview to see if the entire CD is worth purchasing. Now it looks as though I can't login to my old Imeem account to do that anymore because Myspace seems to be forcing people to sign up for a Myspace account to get to Imeem, which I REFUSE to do.

My question is...do you have any recommendations for other free streaming music sites that has as much music as Imeem that I can switch to? BTW, I also lost access to my Imeem playlists so any suggestions would have to have that capability. Thanks a mil!

--maurice

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