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Nano+InMotion 500 or Sansa E200+InMotion 510?

by skywalker64 / November 21, 2006 2:33 PM PST

Ok...so i'm gonna get an MP3 player soon, and I have it narrowed down to the nano and e200. when I buy whichever one I get i will also get the inmotion speakers. now here is what i want lol:

Is there any difference between the two inmotion speakers?

and which MP3 player should I get? Obviously the nano is trendier and a lot smaller, but the sansa plays WMA's, has a bigger screen and FM radio which I like.

So, i just want to hear some discussion about this. It would also be nice to hear from some actual owners. keep the fanboyness to a mininum. I just want to create some discussion and learn something that I could not from reviews or web articles.

I would either get the 6GB Sansa or the 4GB Blue nano...

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by skywalker64 / November 22, 2006 11:45 AM PST

wow, seriously no replies? you guys have helped me out a lot in the past dont stop now

and dont say i'm impatient because it has been more than 18 hours

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by skywalker64 / November 25, 2006 11:27 AM PST
In reply to: hmm...

come on, this is gonna be my last bump

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we have both
by lzermeno / November 26, 2006 1:01 AM PST
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I have the original nano 4gb and we bought the e270r 6gb for my wife a few weeks ago. As far as ease of use and sound quality, they both seem to be the same. However, the sansa is cheaper, has more space, and has a radio. Both iTunes and Rhapsody have their own little quirks, but are fairly simple to use (plus I can put the songs my wife bought from rhapsody on my ipod). Although I enjoy my ipod, I wouldn't buy it over the e270r.

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Well, you wanted to keep the fanboyness to a minimum....
by ktreb / November 26, 2006 6:24 AM PST
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I have a pink Nano (and other iPods) and dock it to a TEAC Hi-Fi Table Radio GR-10i and also use JBL On Tour speakers away from home. Sorry I don't have any experience with the speakers you mentioned. But my iPods always sound better docked than connected through the aux input and earphone jack.

The Sansa has more features and is cheaper, so it seems to be a solid choice. I don't own one, but I almost bought an e260 yesterday at Costco. They're offering it for $120 at Costco with coupon through today. Then I realized I don't need another player.

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