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A new player... flash..
Strangely, a removable Lithium Ion or Polymer battery. I forgot which one. But it's removable... probably to make is slim or something.

Featurewise, it seems to be a MuVo TX, just a little more buffed up. Anyone tried this player yet?

Looks kinda like a futuristic credit/ID card eh?
 
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i have to say....i like how creative is most of their mp3 players with removable/replacable batteries....very appealing compared to other players out there with permanent batteries...
 
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That's a neat-looking bit of kit...would be nice to supplement an HD player, and neat shape for data carrying too, better than most flash players.
 
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Indeed - if now we could just get 1GB flash players @ a reasonable price I would be most happy indeed
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by Fionavar
Indeed - if now we could just get 1GB flash players @ a reasonable price I would be most happy indeed



Just make your own. I bought an empty Muvo2 (4GB Microdrive has been removed) from Ebay for $40. Then I bought a 1GB SanDisk CompactFlash card from ecost.com for $159 with a $30 mail-in rebate. Basically, I have put together a 1GB flash player for around $170. Not too bad in my opinion.

 
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the quick review didn't seem to like the audio playback - might need a few more hours to burn-in.

How does the Muvo2 Sound? I'm curious about the CF option.

TIA
 
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Um, can there be such a thing as burn in for digital, non-moving equipment?
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by pomegranate
Um, can there be such a thing as burn in for digital, non-moving equipment?


I was originally talking about the headphones. But I've definitely heard a difference on my SR-125.

I'm not sure about small portable digital devices, but for home systems there's a lot of debate about burnin (Let's not get into it here
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This was just a thought ...
 
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