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Marvin the Martian 11-18-2009 11:12 AM

I'm settled in for the winter with 2 players...8GB Samsung Q2, and 16GB Sony S545. The Q2 stays home, and has some of my less frequently played music(678 songs), plus it's my podcast player. The S545 has 2,221 songs on it, and goes with me everywhere I go.

Would I like to get another one? Of course....but that will have to wait until next year.:)

The DarkSide 11-18-2009 11:24 AM

I currently have 3 that I use now: S639 for around the house mostly, Cowon O2 for watching vids during downtime at work (lunch & stand-by time), and my clip for jogging.

Headphones, well, that's a story for another thread,............http://smileys.on-my-web.com/reposit.../music-124.gif

Olley 11-18-2009 12:07 PM

I'm aiming for 31. Pretty close. Why 31? A unique one to play with per day each month. If it's a 30 day month then I take one to work with me and leave it there for the month. February I give a few away so I've got an excuse to buy more up to 31 again. There are usually three or four new ones becoming available then too.

JK98 11-18-2009 12:25 PM

The Clip+ is a great improvement over the Clip. I'm not sure if I like my Clip+ better than my Fuze or the reverse. I guess I keep changing my mind about this. The Sony S545 and Cowon D2+ still interest me. I would like to see more about these by those who listen to both podcasts/audiobooks and music. My fundamental unsolved issues are being able to play podcasts with variable speed playback(from half to double speed with pitch correction), and being able to play untagged podcasts in folder mode, some music, turning off the player, then having the player remember which podcast file it was last playing, and to resume playback mid file. I would also like to have a player that uses an inexpensive easily swappable battery for which spare batteries are easy to find. It seems like mp3 player makers don't seem to want to address these issues.

mysticstylez 11-18-2009 01:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JK98 (Post 415613)
The Clip+ is a great improvement over the Clip. I'm not sure if I like my Clip+ better than my Fuze or the reverse. I guess I keep changing my mind about this. The Sony S545 and Cowon D2+ still interest me. I would like to see more about these by those who listen to both podcasts/audiobooks and music. My fundamental unsolved issues are being able to play podcasts with variable speed playback(from half to double speed with pitch correction), and being able to play untagged podcasts in folder mode, some music, turning off the player, then having the player remember which podcast file it was last playing, and to resume playback mid file. I would also like to have a player that uses an inexpensive easily swappable battery for which spare batteries are easy to find. It seems like mp3 player makers don't seem to want to address these issues.

I can see this one your gravestone when you pass away.


"Held his breath waiting for mp3 players to go back to AAA batteries"

dgb52 11-18-2009 02:01 PM

maybe we should have a JK drinking game, everytime he mentions battery powered players we take a shot...LOL j/k JK

Andreas 11-18-2009 03:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dgb52 (Post 415634)
maybe we should have a JK drinking game, everytime he mentions battery powered players we take a shot...LOL j/k JK

Would be kinda quiet in here with everyone dead from alcohol poisoning though :/

Dreamnine 11-18-2009 05:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JK98 (Post 415613)
The Clip+ is a great improvement over the Clip. I'm not sure if I like my Clip+ better than my Fuze or the reverse. I guess I keep changing my mind about this. The Sony S545 and Cowon D2+ still interest me. I would like to see more about these by those who listen to both podcasts/audiobooks and music. My fundamental unsolved issues are being able to play podcasts with variable speed playback(from half to double speed with pitch correction), and being able to play untagged podcasts in folder mode, some music, turning off the player, then having the player remember which podcast file it was last playing, and to resume playback mid file. I would also like to have a player that uses an inexpensive easily swappable battery for which spare batteries are easy to find. It seems like mp3 player makers don't seem to want to address these issues.

You sure those are your only fundamentally unsolved issues....?

copeys 11-19-2009 05:21 AM

ROFL. Anyway, I have 3 DAPs, 2 I use regularly.

dgb52 11-19-2009 08:57 PM

i have 7 players , a e260 v1 , e280 v2 , 4 gb clip, 8 gb clip, 4gb clip+ , 2gb fuze v1
and a m240

The DarkSide 11-19-2009 09:03 PM

@dgb52: Let me guess, you like Sansa's???

dgb52 11-19-2009 10:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The DarkSide (Post 416015)
@dgb52: Let me guess, you like Sansa's???


i guess you can say that.....:cool:

a_tumiwa 11-20-2009 03:15 AM

not interested with Sansa View?

Marvin the Martian 11-20-2009 03:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by a_tumiwa (Post 416060)
not interested with Sansa View?

Sansa View? http://smileys.on-my-web.com/reposit...ng/vomit-4.gif

dgb52 11-20-2009 04:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by a_tumiwa (Post 416060)
not interested with Sansa View?


not interested in a view

The DarkSide 11-20-2009 08:33 AM

view is poo,............... http://smileys.on-my-web.com/reposit...py/mad-047.gif

Muka 11-26-2009 07:29 PM

Let's see, I've still got every DAP I've ever bought.

Rio 500 64MB.
iPod 3G (Rockboxed)
iPod Nano 1G (Rockboxed)
Iriver H100 (Rockboxed)
Creative Zen V Plus
Philips GoGear 2GB
iPod 5G (Rockboxed)
Sony Walkman S545
...is that enough?

The only one I don't own any more is a Sony Walkman X1050, which I only owned for 4 days before returning it for a refund.

McDougal 01-06-2010 03:25 PM

I have a Zune HD 16GB black with a Sansa e270 which I don't need. I only need and can only afford one player, I might sell my Sansa here.

Marvin the Martian 01-06-2010 03:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by McDougal (Post 430319)
I have a Zune HD 16GB black with a Sansa e270 which I don't need. I only need and can only afford one player, I might sell my Sansa here.

What do you mean you can only afford one? You've already had the Sansa, so it's not still costing you money. And never say you only need one.....what would you do if the Zune bricked? If you sold the Sansa, you'd be screwed. I think you should keep it around as a backup, just in case.;)

markn951 01-16-2010 09:45 AM

I'm thinking of getting a Zune HD to be my touch-screen, wifi, hd-radio, video playing funbox and keeping my Fuze as my dedicated music player (all OGG and FLAC)


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