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Old 06-24-2016, 07:12 AM
humersimpson humersimpson is offline
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You can get a one of those pre-paid/no contract Android cell phones fairly cheap. They normally have good sound, the only downsides may be the battery life, needing an app to provide a near dedicated MP3 Player feel for music playback (likely an additional cost, but most are less than $5), and minimal built-in memory (you pretty much have to get a Micro SD card to store your music, so you have to add that cost on), but since standalone MP3 players appear to be more of a niche market now, using a pre-paid cell phone is pretty much about the best option for a sub $100 "MP3 player", IMHO.
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