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What is a worthy replacement for the S:Flo2?

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My S:Flo2 has always been my favorite player. There's just something about the sound quality that I haven't found in another player. My Fuze sounds good, but has more grating highs. I recently dropped it from about 3 feet, onto a tile floor in my bathroom. The glass screen splintered in 2 corners. It otherwise works fine, and the touch screen even works where the screen is damaged. I just don't feel right continuing to use a player that's so badly damaged. I contacted mp4nation, and they seem to have no idea whether I can get a replacement screen cover for it. 

 

So, I'm looking for something equivalent or better in sound quality, with maybe a little more user-friendly interface. It also needs to be microSD expandable. I can't spend what I did on the S:Flo2, so I would like the replacement to be affordable.

 

Any Suggestions?


Edited by cam94z28 - 12/17/11 at 12:40am
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http://www.ownta.com/original-teclast-t51-touch-screen-display-replacement.html

 

?

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

thank you!

 

Any idea how reliable that site is? They are sporting 3 different trustee type logos at the bottom including using a certificate from godaddy so they seem legit.

 

Looks like they even still sell the Teclast T51 for $139


Edited by cam94z28 - 12/21/11 at 10:16pm
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Ownta.com is so much better than houseofdap. Their service trumps houseofdap's. They even offer free registered shipping.

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Despite other peoples opinion of them, I've always had good luck with mp4nation. The only negative I guess I could say is that I've missed out on the free gift on just about everything I've bought from them. 

 

I will probably be giving ownta a try though. Thanks for the heads up. 

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