CompUSA/Tiger Direct usually has the mp3 players cheap.
Get on their mailing list and they will show up often enough
I partially setup a surround system for my grandmother last night.
The system had an iPod dock. Borrowed mom's iPod to
test and while playing around (without reading the instructions
of course) I discovered that the remote can change channels or
operate the iPod. Pretty intriguing I think, but I too refuse to load
iTunes on my pc and refuse to get stuck in their way of doing
From: Randall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Shop-Talk <email@example.com>
Sent: Sun, January 10, 2010 6:27:06 PM
Subject: [Shop-talk] MP3 players
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
So, my question is, does anyone have experience with another "non fruity"
MP3 player in the under $50 price range?
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