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Portable MP3 Device

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DJCrazyJimmy, Sep 24, 2003.

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  1. DJCrazyJimmy

    DJCrazyJimmy Thread Starter

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    What do you use for a MP3 Device?

    I Have a RCA [email protected]! But I am thinking about getting a new one. Just looking around what other people have and what they think of theirs.

    ~DJ Crazy Jimmy
     
  2. rockinmale

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    I have installed a pioneer 7500mp cd/mp3 receiver in my car. I listen to my tunes everywhere i go. Considering my drive to work is an hour each way. Gotta have those tunes:D

    I love this receiver.....it may be a bit slow loading songs which is one drawback, but its never skipped on me yet. I have owned this receiver for almost a year trouble free. I would recommend it to everyone!

    I had to replace my factory speakers since they couldnt handle the receiver, but that of course is expected.
     
  3. DJCrazyJimmy

    DJCrazyJimmy Thread Starter

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    I understand that. I drive for my day job in the company truck. I wish I had my own player in their truck. I would get XM or some sort of MP3 player.

    ~Jimmy
     
  4. rockinmale

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    FYI
    I dont know if the truck you drive has a cassette player. They do have car adapter kits so you can play them in your car/truck. I purchased one made by rca and it skipped all the time in the car. Let alone there's no place to put it within reach. The playback quality was so so. I eventually bought what i have now with no complaints.

    I hope the info helps....
     
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