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  Comparing Mp3 Players
By Nicky Pilkington, Sat Dec 10th

The main benefit of the Digital Age is convenience. MP3 playersare one of the most popular components in recent years. They waythey work is simple. You simply download your favorite music toan MP3 player and begin enjoying your music. MP3 actually refersto a method of audio compression that maintains the originalquality. People often download music from their favorite CDsonto their MP3 player, but downloading music from the Internetis becoming more popular. There are websites available thatenable you to subscribe to their service that allows you to payeither a monthly fee for downloading music or on an individualbasis.

When you think of MP3 players you probably think of iPod. iPodmay be the biggest name in MP3 players, but it is far from theonly type available. There are actually numerous MP3 players onthe market. Think all MP3 players are the same? Just view theMP3 players featured on and you will see how MP3differ. MP3 players can be categorized according to the size oftheir hard-drive. The size of an MP3's hard-drive basicallytranslates into how many songs you are able to store on theplayer.

The lower-end of MP3




players, referred to as flash players, havea hard-drive from 512 MB to 1 MB and you can store about 200songs. These players cost about $200 and are great when you wanta compact player, such as when you go jogging. Many of theseplayers are so compact that they can easily fit in a front shirtpocket. Popular flash players include the Shuffle, SonyNetwork Walkman (1 MB), and the Oregon Scientific Waterproof MP3Player. If you're on a tight budget, the SanDisk MP3 player isavailable for just $70.

Middle-of-the road is always a safe way to go, especially whenit comes to technology. Capable of storing anywhere from 350 to1,000 songs, micro hard-drive MP3 players such as the iRiver H10and Mini are your best bet. The price tag for these playersis about $200.

If you want to store a large music collection, MP3 players witha 20 GB or higher hard-drive should suit you just perfectly. TheiPod Photo leads the pack of this level of MP3 players. Withthis MP3 you can store 16,000 songs. In addition to playingaudio files, you can also use this player to view video files.The player supports the most common audio and video file types,including TIFF, BMP, JPEG, MP3, and WAV. The Creative Nomad ZenXtra player is highly competitive to the Photo. It also hasa 60 GB hard-drive. Other top models in this category includethe Sony Network Walkman (20 GB) and the Dell Digital Jukebox.

The MP3 players mentioned so far are portable. If you spend asignificant amount of time on the computer, you may want to usea player such as Rhapsody. These players feature a lot ofextras. For example, in addition to downloading music from theInternet, you can generally burn CDs, listen to the radio, orimport CDs. These players typically feature a free basic model,which is fine for general music listening. If you want theadvanced features you will need download a more advanced model,which includes a monthly subscription that may or may notinclude free music downloads.

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