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Old 06-02-2009, 10:07 AM
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Default What is the difference between Meizu M6 SL, SP, and TP?

There appears to be three different models for the Meizu MiniPlayer M6: SL, SP, and TP. What is the difference between them?
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Old 07-26-2009, 12:48 AM
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there are no TP model, only SL and SP
SL is thinner and use Wolfson chip and less hiss, SP is thicker and use Philips Chip
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Old 10-08-2009, 08:29 AM
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T1: First version of the minPlayer
TP: Second version; few T1 and TP models have been produced and it's almost impossible to get one.
SP: Main edition. Uses Philips DAC and great screen. The battery life is great too.
SL: Screen a bit worse than SP (very blueish), only 7 mm thick, but slightly reduced battery life, Uses Wolfson DAC
TS:Better SL edition. Only produced during ~3 months. Better screen, about as good as SP- maybe better, better battery life than SL. Probably its battery life will be even better than SP because all SP models are at least 2 years old.

ALL off them are out of production. I've had a SP but destroyed it :-(, I sent it to Meizu for repair but they didn't receive it. TS went out of production 3 days ago, I wanted to buy one 2 days ago- already out T_T
If you know a good seller (less than $130 for 8GB), please let me know.
There are minor problems with all of them, but altogether UI is GREAT, Sound quality is superb and scrolling extremely fast. iPod products can't compete.

Battery life of SP was rated 36 hours (in Practice: about 25 hours), TS about 26 hours (so you should get more than 20).
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Old 11-14-2009, 09:05 PM
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I have SL in good condition laying collecting dust on my drawer.
Let me know if you interested.
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