I have been using one of these at the gym for over a year, no problems
other than the menu setup is pretty lame. Still, if you just put it on
shuffle repeat that's not a problem, and 4GB is a lot of music.
> This is actually for my shop, so on-topic (sorta):
> The Memorex "Clip and Play" MP3 player that provides music in my garage has
> died after a year of more-or-less continuous service. Suited my desires
> well, I just loaded 2 Gb of my favorite music into it and let it run on
> "scramble play" (amp& speakers are wired into the light switch); so I'd
> like to find something similar that would perhaps last a bit longer.
> Still, at $20, I could just plan on buying a new one every year, wouldn't
> bother me as much as paying nearly 10 times as much as an iPod that also
> requires I install unreliable and obtrusive software on my PC just to
> program the thing. The Memorex just emulates a thumb drive, no special
> software needed.
> So, my question is, does anyone have experience with another "non fruity"
> MP3 player in the under $50 price range?
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