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Best Mp3 player with FM tuner

by hauptra / September 30, 2004 6:58 AM PDT

Hi,
I am trying to find the best MP3 player for me and needed a little help. Here are my considerations:
-I want at least 1.5 gigs of storage. Hopefully more
-Needs to have a FM Tuner at least. FM/Voice recording nice but not necessary.
-Needs to be somewhat small. I know a HDD has to have a little size to it at least.

If someone could tell me what my best options are I would really appreciate it.

Rob

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Best mp3 player with FM tuner
by flamegazin / December 17, 2004 12:50 PM PST

Dear Rob,

If you are looking for a small, compact, mp3 player with FM Tuner, Voice Recording/FM Tuner Recording capabilities, and more than 1.5 gigs, your answer is the Creative Zen Micro. This player suits your needs with 5GB of storage on a Seagate hard drive. This player ranges from $241-$319. This player is a great deal and simply puts the iPod MINI out of competition. Plus the interface is easy to learn, and menu navigation is not to difficult (only at first before you get used to it). The Zen Micro is also available in a wide variety of colors. The screen, and buttons are backlit with blue; and there is also a blue strip that separates the faceplate from the rest of the player. Oooohhh...., and did I mention that there is a user replaceable battery. There is tons more abou this player including that it has a digital clock, calandar, and to-do list. This player is AWESOME. If you want a high quality player, this is it. I got mine a few weeks ago, and absolutely love it.

Sincerely,

Flamegazin

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zen micro skips
by tdub / December 18, 2004 12:03 AM PST

My zen micro skips every half hour or so, is this a defect or is this normal with hd players?

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RE
by Cubeguy / December 26, 2004 9:30 AM PST
In reply to: zen micro skips

That's definately a defect. Unless your on a jackhammer it shouldn't really skip at all. Try to get a replacement from creative. Silly

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