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The Iriver P20's main function is as a DMB player, which explains why it won't be available in the U.S.
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As with most Iriver PVPs these days, the P20 is controlled mainly via touch screen. It's a hard drive-based player that is available in 80GB and 120GB capacities.
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The device has a hefty feel, which is good for what it is. There's a variety of chunky knobs that are also pleasing for radio tuning.
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The side of the P20 houses a headphone jack, mini-USB port, and DC input. There's also an AV-in jack, which is the best part, as it allows the device to record from external sources.
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Considering the girth of the device, the 12-hour audio battery life is pretty appalling. However, the device supports an impressive array of audio formats and offers an excessive selection of audio settings, such as QBS 3D Stereo.
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