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Your Perfect PMP?

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 

If you could construct your own PMP/or build upon a existing one, how could you make it personally perfect? The rules are, 1) you can't give it features that aren't within reason(ex. Zeus struck my PMP with a lightning bolt allowing for impossibly high impedance phones to explode in angelic sound and satisfaction), and 2) everyone elses perfect player sucks and you have the only valid opinion =)

 

Mine.

  • The dimensions of a galaxy SII.
  • The beautiful Galaxy SII screen resolution and clarity + Cowon Video Codec support
  • ZuneHD/Windows 7 like UI + PlayerPro(android music app) like interface
  • Physical skip, play and volume buttons
  • 3g ability(like a small tablet)
  • Excellent Podcast Support(scarce for some reason)
  • Jeteffect/BBE settings.  

Edited by NonApplicable - 8/15/11 at 3:50am
post #2 of 9

I was thinking about this just the other day.

 

I'd like my Clip+ (with Rockbox) in a slightly more sturdy aluminium body and without the clip.

 

Job done!

post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by TCD1975 View Post

I was thinking about this just the other day.

 

I'd like my Clip+ (with Rockbox) in a slightly more sturdy aluminium body and without the clip.

 

Job done!


 

No BBE?

post #4 of 9

The Sony X1061 is by far my best so far, thin, light and nothing can beat its sound quality without tripling the size :)

post #5 of 9
Just an iPod Touch with 1TB of storage, thin and about $300.

I'm happy enough with iPods (I have no illusions of PMPs overtaking the home rig) but would like to take a large collection of lossless music with me.

Am hoping I can get something like this in 2-3 years.
post #6 of 9

Fiio X3 with dual full size sdxc(micro is for loserstongue.gif) slots or a Rockboxed Ipod classic with 1tb storage space or a dap that has buttons, can support flac files and has 2 full size usb 3.0 that you can attach external harddrives/solid state drives(just put a rubber band around if you want to make it purty and clean).  

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Edited by TheAwesomesauceShow - 8/15/11 at 5:32pm
post #7 of 9

a)the latest sony A-series with cheap price and 160GB of memory...love sony interface so much

b) Fiio X3 with equalizer like cowon and interface like sony <---possibly the best portable for headphones

post #8 of 9

iPod Classic 250gb with flash memory instead of a HD. Ideal.

post #9 of 9

Sansa Fuze dimensions, touch screen, high output, swappable battery, line out, large spacious sound stage qualities, immensely clear with great quality components, under $250

 

ideal

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