Discussion in 'General' started by Tim S, 29 Sep 2007.
So... who is responsible for playing your tunes when you're on the move?
SanDisk Sansa e280
An absolute steal for £75!
The interface isn't as slick as an iPod's, but the sound quality is better, has a nicer screen and is less than half the price.
No MS option? Edit:tarly rtt
Will probably get a Zune when the new ones come out in October, unless they're really crap, in which case it'll be a 16GB Zen.
whoops, I missed Microsoft
iPod here, wouldn't be anything else
Apple I feel like a whore. A dirty, dirty whore.
A Sony 2Gb picked up for £18 in a Play offer. Stuff paying a fortune to Apple for a fashion item. I like unkempt.
Had it for a few years now, brilliant DAP
5th gen ipod vid, i "may" upgrade to a 160gig unit.
but i saw those new fatty nano's in the flesh and they remind me of these biscuits which are made out of chocolate, wonderful bit of kit.
3rd gen 20GB ipod. I too am considering upgrading to a 160GB unit, but only when the Itunes and firmware issues are fixed, and only if the decreased sound quality rumours turn out to be false.
Sony NW-S706F 4gb.
Old iriver 120 is my main going away player, but my SE 800 does most of my music work these days.
I had an 1st gen 5gb iPod before they were cool!
iPod I got almost 4 years ago still running strong, replaced battery last chrimbo myself (cost a fiver off ebay), no problems so far.
I hear the new iPod classic has worse sound quality (to audiophiles at least) than the other iPods due to Apple deciding not to use Wolfson Microelectronics components as they have done for years.
60Gb iPod, coloured alpine green by Colorware. Mainly used for in-car entertainment and parties since there's no hope in hell of me cycling on the road with earphones in.
Olympus - m:robe MR-500i.
iRiver iFP-995 512MB Music player and picture viewer...
But in about a week from now I'm getting the new iPod Touch, not sure if I'm going for 8GB or 16GB yet...
5th gen iPod Video 60gb
I play my music on my Nintendo DS with a Supercard Ds one.
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