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post #16 of 21
Thread Starter 

just saw the prices... 100$ for a bad one is not worth the risk.

post #17 of 21

just get clip+

post #18 of 21
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well the d20 sounds like crap and you have to switch the screen on to change songs,

the touch screen is buggy as hell

the music sounds like you are in a swamp and its all wet.. (with flac, wave, m4v, apple lossless, wma, mp3 320kps)

well for the last player cowon got out i am sadly disappointed and i will try to sell it asap

the only good thing about it is the volume, it goes very high and can drive most headphones

 

so i will still use my dying s9 for the next month or so...

well cowon you really faild with your last mp3 player, 

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by fp581 View Post

hi, i am searching for a new mp3 player.

i love the cowon sound and i have the s9 but its dying on me after 3 years 

 

i saw the cowon d20 witch is small and can have up to 64 Gb but i cand find any reviews on how it sounds at all or is it any good,

on the other hand i found tons of info about the x7 but its a bit too big for me, its like having another phone in my pocket.

 

so, what do you think? 

the mp3 player must have 64GB + (it can have an expansion for sd card)

it would be a plus if it has flac and wave support

 

i am listening to:

classic rock

pop

RNB

rock

a bit of metal

jazz

new age

electronic 

 

 

thx in advance for the help 


is a player with good ui important to you?
post #20 of 21
Thread Starter 

not that much, but i want to be able to skip a track on the fly with no need to brows to a folder get in the song and then skip it, and if it has shuffle its a huge plus 

post #21 of 21
Thread Starter 

well the c3 is a good player (from all the reviews here) so i'll get him and a nice amp

any suggestions for a nice small up to 150$ amp?

and where do i get the cables to connect to the mini usb part of the player?

 

thx for the help :)

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