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Creative N2000 Vs. Creative TX FM

I really don't know a difference between the two..except maybe the small change in prices....But what I'm wondering is how the FM-Radio recording is on both? And how the Line-In recording works...Any insight on which is better between the two would be extremely great..thanks.

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for line in you can plug it into a CD player and directly record music being played on the CD player. so if your friend has a song you want on his cd player just plug it in and hit record on your mp3 player, which gives you cd/mp3 quality music.
i have a creative zen micro so im assuming its the same radio unit. the FM radio is pretty good but it gets a pretty weak transmission. so you will probably get less radio stations.
-also if its the same radio unit it uses the headhpone cord for radio antenae so lying down is more fuzzy(thought id add that cuz i duno how u plan on using this.)

N200 seems more popular and my friend is very happy with his(he got a black 1)

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N200, good radio

I'm not sure how the radio works, I just kinda use it occaisionally, and it gets pretty good reception too, much better than I expected it. the N200 is a very well rounded player, I'd recommend it over the TX FM any day cuz its smaller and more compact

the TX FM is basically called that because the original TX didn't have FM radio

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