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Nintendo DS Lite MP3 Player £6.99 DELIVERED @ Mymemory.co.uk
Nintendo DS Lite MP3 Player £6.99 DELIVERED @ Mymemory.co.uk

Nintendo DS Lite MP3 Player £6.99 DELIVERED @ Mymemory.co.uk

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Maybe useful to somebody. Handy little device allows you to play mp3 songs on your DS.

Sold by mymemory.co.uk, they are also selling on Amazon for same price.

This simple, easy to use accessory allows you to enjoy up to 1200 of your selected songs with a 4GB Micro SD HC memory card*, while on the move.

Play/Pause, Forward/backward and Volume control buttons located on the front of the MP3 player means you can listen to music while playing games.

*MP3 files are transferred via a PC onto a Micro SD / Micro SD HC card. The card reader and the SD memory card are to be purchased separately. The memory card is then inserted into the Nintendo MP3 Player cartridge. The maximum capacity you can use in this device is 4GB.
Specification

- User friendly: Play/Pause, Forward/backward and Volume control in 3 buttons
- Support MP3/WMA format
- Support Micro SD up to 4GB
- Play time: Up to 26 hours (NDS Standby), 6 hours (LCD brightness 3)
- Earphone output: 16mW + 16mW
- Size/Weight: 31mm x 63mm / 75g
- Colours: White and Black
Warranty

1 Year

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Jersey company with memory in the title

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Same price at Amazon.

from an amazon review point 3 is interesting

However, because of the paucity of information coming with the product there are a few bits of information which are useful to know:

1. The device is effectively parasitic, taking power from the DS console but does not play through the console speakers or enable any interaction between the console and the MP3 player. Therefore there will be nothing on the console's display to indicate that the MP3 player is attached or what music files are on the chip.
2. If you want to play a specific song you have to scroll one-by-one through the songs to find it, so it means not having too many songs on the chip and renewing the list frequently.
3. It only works with earphones (inserted into the MP3 player) but crucially will not function with larger headphones - it may actually play Ok but does not seem to have the power to push sound through headphones or speakers (both of which would place a greater demand on output power of the MP3 player)
Edited by: "the_gfp" 12th Oct 2010

the_gfp

from an amazon review point 3 is interestingHowever, because of the … from an amazon review point 3 is interestingHowever, because of the paucity of information coming with the product there are a few bits of information which are useful to know:1. The device is effectively parasitic, taking power from the DS console but does not play through the console speakers or enable any interaction between the console and the MP3 player. Therefore there will be nothing on the console's display to indicate that the MP3 player is attached or what music files are on the chip.2. If you want to play a specific song you have to scroll one-by-one through the songs to find it, so it means not having too many songs on the chip and renewing the list frequently.3. It only works with earphones (inserted into the MP3 player) but crucially will not function with larger headphones - it may actually play Ok but does not seem to have the power to push sound through headphones or speakers (both of which would place a greater demand on output power of the MP3 player)



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