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    Hey fellas and fell...ettes,

    Just in the market for an Mp3 player again. What do you guys recommend? How much was it? I'm honestly not looking to spend a lot of money, but I'd definitely want a good product! Thanks.

  • #2
    I've got an Iriver MP3... It's at least a year old, but I love it. I think I spent about $150 on it. It holds about 4 hours worth of music. It has all my music, plus I can get the radio & record off the radio if I want to. I don't do that, but if I wanted to, I could. supposedly I can download a movie on it, but can't figure out how I'd watch the darn thing if I tried that.

    I seem to be the only person in the gym with an MP3. I guess I'm advanced technilogically in this hillbilly town. I can't stand their music, and it helps me get into my zone.
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    • #3
      The Diamond Rio line is pretty good, I've used a few of there mp3 players and there good quality, and most of all there technical support/customer service is good. One key feature that you may want incase the mp3 player goes funky from using it so much during DC training, lol.
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      • #4
        here's a link, its inexpeniseve, and its a great product...it holds 15 tracks, and can play continuously on for 12 hours on 1 battery...

        http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...&page=external
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        • #5
          You can't go wrong with an iPod. It's the cream of the crop. It's 299 big ones, but it holds 5,000 songs. A ton of other options, too, putting it in your car, hooking up to your home theater. You definitley get your money's worth

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          • #6
            ive been thinking about investing in one of these as well,, i get tired of the cd player i have and the continous 15 tracks i have to listen to while working out.. for now it works but ive seen some of these mp3 and just cant believe how much music they hold,, sure beats the gym music like norah jones, backstreet boys, etc.. (there is nothing wrong with norah jones, but to hype yourself up to this kind of music is ridiculous)
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            • #7
              I keep hearing way too many good things about the iPod along with alot of great free software hacks to customize your iPod as well. That's my next big buy.
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              • #8
                i use a rio sport MP3, it has AM FM tuner, 128mb storage(which isnt alot, holds about 30 songs) has a digital clock with second counter(good for DC style Rest pausing) its rubber coated, with a rubber holster and an armband. its water resistant. best part of ANY MP3 they dont skip, lol
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                • #9
                  OK iPod is sort of out of the question because I said that I don't want to spend a whole lot of money. Antihero, I really love the Creative Nomad Muvo, those little things get amazing reviews in all areas and they're inexpensive. Been looking for the 128 meg one though. Pretty sure you can still get them for under $100 or maybe slightly over. The iPod, yea it's good and all, but you have to buy EVERYTHING FOR IT SEPERATELY, which is pretty expensive. And honestly, who the hell needs 5000 songs? I can't even THINK of 1000 if I sat here and thought about it, hell make that not even a couple hundred. So yea, not interested in getting one with a tremendous amount of space. Not to mention there is no user replaceable battery and it goes out completely after a year to a year and a half.

                  I think I'll check out the Creative product

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                  • #10
                    CREATIVE LABS
                    256 MB NOMAD MuVo NX MP3 Player
                    $129.95

                    Carry hours of WMA or MP3 digital music with you anywhere using the tiny, ultra-light NOMAD® MuVo™ NX MP3 Player from Creative®. With 256 MB1 of skip-free flash memory, this MP3 Player offers up to 8 hours of 64 Kbps WMA encoding and 4 hours of 128 Kbps MP3 encoding. You can simply attach the NOMAD® MuVo™ NX to any PC with the built-in USB connector and drag-and-drop your music files between your PC storage and the MP3 player. It can also carry documents, photos and any other data files between PCs at home, work or on the road. The built-in microphone allows you to record up to 16 hours of voice messages, notes and conversations. Its high-resolution backlit LCD provides full track information (ID3 tags), access to custom settings and the convenient rocker button makes folder navigation easy. The NOMAD® MuVo™ NX comes bundled with the Creative MediaSource application that converts your CDs to MP3s or WMAs at the touch of a button. Two colored battery packs are included with this MP3 Player which let you switch colors depending on your mood.

                    http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/P...&page=external
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                    • #11
                      Also check out the RIO Cali. It holds 256mb and has an FM tuner plus some other stuff I don't use. It's about $120.


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                      • #12
                        or

                        CREATIVE LABS
                        NOMAD MuVo NX 128 MB MP3 Player
                        $90.95

                        The Creative NOMAD® MuVo™ NX is tiny, ultra-light MP3 Player that lets you carry hours of WMA or MP3 digital music with you anywhere, and experience crystal clear, static-free sound. With 128 MB1 of skip-free flash memory and the included sports armband and case, the NOMAD MuVo NX is designed for great performance even during exercise and other rigorous activity. Simply attach the NOMAD MuVo NX to any PC with the built-in USB connector and drag-and-drop your music files between your PC storage and the MP3 player. It can also carry documents, photos and any other data files between PCs at home, work or on the road. The built-in mic allows you to record hours of voice messages, notes and conversations. The MP3 player's high-resolution backlit LCD provides full track information (ID3 tags), access to custom settings, and the convenient rocker button makes folder navigation easy. The NOMAD MuVo NX 128MB comes bundled with the Creative MediaSource application that converts your CDs to MP3s or WMAs at the touch of a button. The two colored battery packs included let you switch colors depending on your mood.

                        http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/P...&page=external
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                        • #13
                          for the price difference between the two that i just posted, i would spend $129, because that one give double the memory for only $40 more...i reccommend these, because i own the $129 one, and i love it, and i trust buying things from dell...i bought 2 computers,and the mp3 player, with no problems ever...
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                          • #14
                            usmuscle did you ever get any of these? its getting close for me to get one and the dell products do look good for the money as to the ipod of $200-300,,
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by mobsta
                              usmuscle did you ever get any of these? its getting close for me to get one and the dell products do look good for the money as to the ipod of $200-300,,
                              you can get one really cheap at circuit city, let me dig up the link.....
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