MP3 Insider 186: The Happy show (podcast)

This week, Donald and Jasmine praise an ultra-tiny music system with big sound and an innovative design. Also, Donald tries to convince DJs that vinyl turntables aren't the be-all, end-all to music entertainment; UMG makes a last ditch effort to save CDs; and Jasmine shakes her head in shame at Samsung's choices. Also, SanDisk launches the 32GB MicroSD card--anyone need a 48GB Clip+?

This week, Donald and Jasmine praise an ultratiny music system with big sound and an innovative design. Also, Donald tries to persuade DJs that vinyl turntables aren't the be-all, end-all to music entertainment; UMG makes a last ditch effort to save CDs; and Jasmine shakes her head in shame at Samsung's choices. Also, SanDisk launches the 32GB microSD card--anyone need a 48GB Clip+?

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Episode 186

Editors' Choice: X-Mini Happy

Will DJs trade laptops for iPads?

UMG attempts to save CDs

Who needs high tech?

READER E-MAILS

I was listening to the MP3 Insider podcast ep. 184, and you mentioned that Samsung announced a couple new MP3 Players. Could you post more information on that?

Also, I was wondering if you could do a review on the Cowon iAudio 9 and the Cowon E2

Thanks,

--

Krishen Parmar

Answer:

http://www.samsung.com/us/consumer/mobile/mp3-players/mp3-players/YP-R1JEB/XAA/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&returnurl=

http://www.samsung.com/us/consumer/mobile/mp3-players/mp3-players/YP-R0JCS/XAA/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&returnurl=

I had a cheap 1GB player I bought from a drug store years ago. It has finally died on me and would like your advise on a new one. I wont be watching videos or looking at pictures or anything fancy like that. Also do you know any good software to sync my music? I would like to subscribe to podcasts and have them dl automatically. All I ever hear is subscribe on itunes and I dont want an Ipod or itunes.

Carl from Philadelphia.

 

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