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How To Choose An MP3 Player


Before you buy an MP3 player, youll need to know if youre buying the right player for your needs. After all theres no point buying a bigger machine with more functions than you plan to use. There are so many to choose from that you should take some time to compare several different MP3 players and make sure youre buying the one you really need.

While some MP3 players are designed specifically with no moving parts for high impact exercise like running or jogging, others come with much higher memory capacity for large storage needs. For people wanting to view photos or movies or play games, then perhaps an MP3 player with added features and increased memory capacity would be better. Before you buy your MP3 player, here are some features you should consider.

Memory Space

Think about how many CDs or music files you have saved on your computer. Only you know how many files you have to transfer onto your MP3 player, so be sure to choose one that offers the memory storage capacity you need. A good example is the Apple iPod Classic with a memory capacity of 160 Gigabytes. This is enough memory to store more than 40,000 music files and around 150 hours of movies on the same MP3 player.

If this seems a little bigger than you really need, then perhaps opting for a smaller memory capacity would be worthwhile. A smaller player has around 512 megabyte memory capacity. This is enough to store around 150 songs. This might not sound like very much, but considering most music CDs have approximately 10 songs on them, youll be able to store around 15 CDs on one MP3 player.

Types of Usage

Always be sure you buy the MP3 player that most closely matches your intended usage. If you only want to listen to a bit of music while you exercise or jog or ride the train to work, then a small, light-weight player that has no moveable parts will be ideal. For people wanting to attach an MP3 player to a docking station or a larger home entertainment system, then consider a larger player with more memory so youre able to store more music and a lot of movie files as well.

Other Feathers

MP3 players can be used for much more than just playing a bit of music. Theyre also capable of storing movies, documents, photos and video files. These extra features could be very useful for students wanting to store documents and study papers while being able to listen to music as well. Document storage capacity is also a great feature for business people who might need to carry work presentations or business documents. You simply transfer your files to your work computer from your MP3 player using a USB port.

So if youre considering buying an MP3 player, look closely at the capacity and extra features available in each player so youre not likely to become confused by the huge range and variety to choose from. Make sure to buy a player that most closely suits your needs and you wont end up paying for a lot of extra features you might never use.

 


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