I would say it’s the difference between a pain and a royal pain. Never had any extra sound appear during tracks. And even the 5 song takes about 1 second to change. Its the best MP3 player, love it for it small design and shape! Anyways SNYder good choice!!! And the voice recording feature is awesome although I would have liked a mic input, but oh well. A bunch of my friends have picked up a pair after trying mine out.
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I recommend it to anyone who care about quality and size!
Press next track and BAM, it’s playing. I wish I could find iRiver products here in Hungary, so far all I can do is drool at the website and listen to my music on a cheapo Verbatim actually rebranded NAPA mp3 player which is half functional by now. Other then the standard mp3 gap problem that mp3’s create, I have had no track transition problems.
Anyways four albums at kbps VBR is good quality for a portable player. Pardon me not being a very sexy model, specialy since I just woke up and havent taken a shower fip Last Edit: It’s a nightmare dealing with wires. They are a little weird to put on at first, but within a day, I was putting them on without thinking about it and actually liked them better then any other portable headphones I have ever gotten!
I wish to have the MB version but alas cannot since I purchased this before it came out! Its the best MP3 player, love it for it small design and shape! There’s also more head thrashing sound between tracks as consecutive files aren’t necessarily adjacent on the CD. And even the 5 song takes about 1 second to change. Everything 1195tc about it I love except the slowness and the wires problem.
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Yeah, it’s expensive, and you could get so much more space from an iPod or other hard disk mp3 players, but you just can’t be the physical size, weight, features, and fact that there are no major moving parts, so you can kick the crap out of it without worrying about ruining a hard disk! Never had any extra sound appear during tracks. But now that MB is out on my favorite flash memory mp3 player, well fuck yeah I’m getting one.
I would say it’s the difference 195tcc a pain and a royal pain. A bunch of my friends have picked up a pair after trying mine out. What’s up with the SlimX2?
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I expected the sound quality to be crappy like all of these street style and cool looking cheap headphone son the market, but surprisingly the quality is great! That sucked and so did the fact that the wires of my headphones and slimx remote would always get tangled.
But not by much. Great for when I’m out running or tossing it into my bookbag. Turn it on and in a second or two its up and running. Even on shuffle it caches like 3 or 4 songs, so 195rc not seeking them while it’s playing anyway. But it’s better then having to erase the entire cd everytime you want get rid of 1 or 2 song. Do you mean gaps between tracks? And the remote does get tangled with the headphone wire. I have the imp slimx and like it, but I don’t think I can take the slowness of starting up and slowness of changing tracks.
So I’d have to erase the whole disk, get rid of the 1 or 19tc songs I dont want and put the whole disk back on minus those songs.
I’ve never noticed seek gaps with my IMP Only one wire my headphones wire and everything is instant and a million times smaller then having to carry around the cd player part of the slimx! Quicker 195t the 2 second gap on cd players. And the voice recording feature is awesome although I would have liked a mic input, but oh well.
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