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MP3 Player which can *clip* to the shirt?

by copying / February 15, 2007 8:10 AM PST

other than the ipod are there any MP3 players which can clip to your clothes or something? To make it possible to walk around while listening to music.

If anybody knows of some then please share.

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(NT) I suppose a phone pouch would make a nice holder.
by ahtoi / February 15, 2007 4:10 PM PST
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Walking around while listening
by jb_smith75 / February 16, 2007 4:35 AM PST

That's why I only wear shirts with front pockets. Otherwise, I'd put the player in my trouser pocket.

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Not really sure, but have another alternative.
by blackbird12435 / February 16, 2007 11:57 AM PST

I don't know any clip-on players from the top of my head right now, but i can tell you there are other ways to listen to music on the go. You can get a really good mp3 player, and not close in the variety in a few ways. You can get a armstrap or neckband for the player, or you can get one small enough for a pocket.
Here are some alternatives to the Ipod shuffle 2nd generation:
Sandisk Sansa e200 series/c200 - get an armstrap
Creative Zen Nano Plus- includes a neckstrap.
Creative Zen V Plus - get an armstrap
Creative Zen Vision:M - don't know if they have a strap.
Sansa Express - fit in your pocket or see if they have a wriststrap.

Also, if you only want a few couple of gb, 8 at max, get a flash player, it'll save you a lot of trouble and weight.

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Zen Vision:M
by tcardone05 / February 18, 2007 1:45 PM PST
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The Zen V and Zen V Plus also come with lanyard
by wandalynn1 / February 19, 2007 7:43 AM PST

so you can wear it around your neck. The player has a slot to slip knot the lanyard to it. It's so light you don't notice it. DOn't know if you'd want to run with it, though.

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Check out Samsung F1
by aallenp / February 16, 2007 3:26 PM PST

Check out Samsung F1. It is a little heavier than the new shuffle but you can clip to a shirt or a belt. Hope this'll help.

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That Samsung...
by copying / February 17, 2007 7:18 PM PST
In reply to: Check out Samsung F1

It looks perfect, but it seems 1GB is the max size.

And will those armband things work for most MP3 players or only specific ones?

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Some armbands are universal
by ktreb / February 18, 2007 3:23 AM PST
In reply to: That Samsung...

On the top of my head, Case Logic makes some that are universal. From what I've seen of these, you usually won't be able to access the controls without taking the player out of the case.

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