What MP3 player do you use / recommend?

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What MP3 player do you use / recommend?

Gary Gary
What MP3 player do you use and / or recommend?

The newest iPods always look so cool, but are they overpriced compared to all the other MP3 players available today? I do use iTunes for my home MP3 library, but I have just been using my phone (blackberry), for the last year or so as my MP3 players.
06/09/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
I have an older iPod that I use, but not all the time. Mostly for plugging into my car. I've been wondering about good alternatives, but I haven't done any real research because I just don't use it often enough to be able to justify buying a brand new anything to replace it, lol.
06/09/2011
Kayla Kayla
I had a little Creative Zen MP3 player, and I loved it dearly. Rain, snow - anything. It lasted about five years (and showed no signs of dying). Then the boyfriend decided I need to be "up-to-date", so now I have a Microsoft Zune. The Zune is okay, but I'm one of those "basic" people, so I don't know why my MP3 player needs to surf the internet. It's a nice MP3 player though.

I avoid Apple items. The boyfriend's getting a bit fed up with them too, but they always seem over-priced, and they don't seem to last too long for us.
06/09/2011
Jobthingy Jobthingy
I use the one in my crackberry also. It is just easier.
06/09/2011
Kindred Kindred
I have the original iPod Micro and love it because it is compact and basic, exactly what I want when I'm working out. I don't need my music player to do anything else except play music.

My wife has the new iPod Mini and to be honest I can't even figure out how to turn the damn thing off.
06/09/2011
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Jobthingy
I use the one in my crackberry also. It is just easier.
My only problem with using my blackberry is the headset / earphones that come with the phone. They are ok for a call, but they hurt my ears after a while. I just recently bought this tiny $5 adapter so I can use any regular headphone with it.

(in case you are wondering - it has an 1/8" jack, but since there is the extra line for the mic, it doesn't work the same with the standard headphone connector. This might be a problem for all phones actually.)
06/09/2011
Lady Venus Lady Venus
I'm not an Apple fan. My MP3 player is actually just a little 20 dollar cheapo and it works well enough for me.
06/09/2011
Mikey Likesit Mikey Likesit
Just bought an Ipod Nano. I love it. I didn't need the touch because I have all the wifi stuff I need on my phone and just wanted something for music. I really like the fact that it has a FM tuner in it also so I can listen to the radio if I want.
06/09/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
I have an iPod Classic. My music-and-video collection is insane (100+ gigs), and the Classic is perfect. It's also probably the least expensive based on hard drive size in the MP3 category.
06/09/2011
Sammi Sammi
I love my iPods. I think I've got most of the sizes/flavors, and they're all pretty cool
06/09/2011
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I have a pink iPod nano, which isn't really all that great. It has an 8 GB capacity that can't be expanded, so either I need to buy the new version every year for more space, or just keep switching out my music.

My boyfriend has a much better, and cheaper mp3 player, the SanDisk Sansa. It has a lot of the same features as the iPod and only costs about $25. It also takes microSD cards, so the storage can easily be upgraded or cards can just be switched out. The only difference I really noticed between the two, other than appearance, is that my nano can shuffle music when I shake it.
06/09/2011
married with children married with children
I have a creative zen. I hate i-tunes, so I went with the zen. It has 8 gigs and a sd slot. Plays video, music, displays pictures, does everything the i-pod does, but for only about $70.
06/09/2011
Jobthingy Jobthingy
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
My only problem with using my blackberry is the headset / earphones that come with the phone. They are ok for a call, but they hurt my ears after a while. I just recently bought this tiny $5 adapter so I can use any regular headphone with ...
I am using skullcandy micd phones atm but most of their line is amazing and fit in the hole or come with the adapter
06/09/2011
clp clp
I have an ipod touch from who knows how many generations ago. I still prefer using that over my phone, just because I prefer the interface. I've always had a rough time trying to adapt to any other music program/organizer.
06/09/2011
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I have an iPod Touch an iPod Classic and I used an MP3 from Olympus for 5 years before that. To be honest, I think if you can't get an iPod Touch or Nano with the touch screen, you should get ANY OTHER MP3 PLAYER. LOL The classic, especially, is so clunky and obnoxious in comparison to the iTouch. I honestly don't know how it became the market leader.. Maybe because nothing better existed.

Seriously, though, Sony's MP3 player's look pretty badass.
06/10/2011
ichigostrawberry ichigostrawberry
I had a pink ipod nano and it is ok. I do agree on price though.
06/10/2011
Envy Envy
I like my iPod Classic which replaced my iPod Video. A nano might be perfect tho, or even just a shuffle if you don't mind everything being shuffled. I also have a Touch but that's for more than just music, obviously.
06/10/2011
sarki sarki
Ipod 4th gen
06/10/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
i still used my ipod nano till this past xmas (about 5 yrs). the only reason i use a touch now is b/c my lil bro got a new 1 for xmas & let me have his old 1.
06/10/2011
Inwitari Inwitari
I have a ton of MP3 players- the ones I prefer are my IPod classic and my Sansa clip. My IPod has lasted 4 years now and shows no signs of deteriorating. The Sansa is cute, easy to use, and has FM radio. I'm not at all brand loyal (it's pointless for the consumer anyhow)and always buy the MP3 players that have the highest capacity. Right now I'm looking at getting one MP3 player that holds 500 gigs. Too bad it's pricey.
06/13/2011
Howells Howells
I use my iPhone as my music player. It's pretty good with sennheiser earphones. If you use iTunes already then get an apple product, they are good at this.
06/13/2011
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
I have a 2nd gen ipod touch and a classic.
06/13/2011
lovemuscle n cookie lovemuscle n cookie
A good smart phone (non Apple) is all you need
06/13/2011
DTV88 DTV88
ipod 3rd gen
06/14/2011
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