Audio: Ep. 168: Inspired by the uninspiring
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Audio: Ep. 168: Inspired by the uninspiring

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This week, Donald and Jasmine discuss the firmware fix to the Zune HD, which can now count itself one feature short of one-upping the iPod Touch, thanks to a new Gigaware remote that adds HD radio to the omnipresent king of MP3 players. We also get to spend a little one-on-one time with the slick-but-confusing Cowon E2 and the boring-but-shuffletastic Haier America Video MP3 Player. Plus, we direct you to a couple of how tos that you may find worth your while and address some listener questions about earphones, podcast management, and iPod speaker docks.

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