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Flash based MP3 player ADVICE PLEASE

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hi, have seen the deals lately with the sony A818 and zen 16gb and basically want any advice on what people recommend, price £120 max small size at lease 8gb gapless playback (if poss) any… Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
hi,
have seen the deals lately with the sony A818 and zen 16gb and basically want any advice on what people recommend,

price £120 max
small size
at lease 8gb
gapless playback (if poss)

any deals, advice etc appreciated



cheers
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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I'm rather a fan of the current creative offerings, they're seriously pretty pieces of kit.

8 gig players are a little thin on the ground at the moment, most flash based players go up to 4 gig.

Looking at the argos one, I have concerns on the interface: I certainly wouldnt enjoy navigating 8 gigs worth of songs with those tiny little buttons.

The biggest bargain I've seen is this:

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Electronics/Mp3+%26+Mpeg4+Player/Sumvision+Ice+1000+-+8GB+-+Touchscreen+MP3+?productId=30623

8 gig, a touchscreen which should be better than buttons, and £60


Although I warn that I've had mixed experience with Sumvision players.... some have quite literally been drop proof, chair leg proof and even knock into sink-proof, another didnt survive a week in my pocket.
#3
Personally, I'd go with either a Sony, a Creative or an Apple branded player.
All have their pros and cons but generally highly rated and well recommended.

Note: If you're looking at old Sony players that require Sonic Stage software/you're on a mac, then I would avoid them. The newer Sony's are drag and drop so they're good to go.

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