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help choosing mp3 player

by absolutcy / September 18, 2005 12:08 AM PDT

hi,
i decided i really need an upgrade to my creative nomad II (64mb) finally Happy but have no clue what to buy, there are so many options plus 90% of the people own an ipod...
i am looking for a decent mp3 player and i'm willing to spend 150 to 200 dollars. from my own research, rio carbon looks promising, but i don't know if it's sound is good. any ideas/options? thanks in advance

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Choosing an mp3 player
by gcl915 / September 18, 2005 3:04 AM PDT

Hey there,

Like I mentioned before in another forum, there are a lot of options out there when picking an mp3 player. What is the reason you want to upgrade? Is it because you want more memory, more feautures, smaller size, etc?

There are a lot of very good mp3 players that definately fir your budget. And as far as Ipods go...it's just a fad.....there are so many other players out there that are better or the same as an ipod but cost so much less.

You can start by visiting my store and looking at what I have.

http://www.towerofsavings.com/cgi-bin/ISStore/store?action=view&RO=9w3bijycsk&dep=electronics&cat=65&sub_cat=28

Good Luck!

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memory and sound quality
by absolutcy / September 18, 2005 7:29 AM PDT
In reply to: Choosing an mp3 player

do you ship internationally? cause i live in europe.
the thing is, i'm not really interested in loads of features, just memory and good sound quality.

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As of now, we do not ship internetionally
by gcl915 / September 18, 2005 11:06 AM PDT

As of now, we do not ship internetionally

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