Thursday, 5 February 2009

MP3 Player Evolution

MP3 players are a far cry from the old walkmans of the 1980’s, the bulky so called portable tape player. Things slightly were made bigger with the personal stereo that played CD’s. But the MP3 player has brought a neat little pocket sized entertainment system that holds all your favourite tunes and is considerable smaller than the size of your wallet.

Getting your favourite tunes onto your MP3 couldn’t be easier. Every day, hundreds of thousands of MP3 music files are searched for, shared, recorded and listened to by computer and Internet users of all kinds. Either alone or collected into massive download sites, the MP3 revolution is seriously threatening the traditional ways people find music. You can play MP3 files on most players and copy them as many times as you like. There are no copying restrictions on MP3 files, and most players support the format.

If you have a lot of vinyl, cassettes or CD’s consider a player equipped with Line-in that can record directly from your existing equipment. Then you can fill up your MP3 player with music that you already have, no need to go and trawl the internet looking for tracks.

You can choose whether or not to run MP3Advance for your file searches by downloading software or via the web. Downloading the MP3Advance software only takes up 4.2MB. Songs can be recorded as different types of files (encodings). Most portable audio players play MP3 format songs. It should have all the information you need to access files and manage your music. In general terms, the larger the player, the larger the screen and the more information it will display.

Of course, we all want the most storage for the best price. However, a player’s price is directly determined by the technology it uses and its storage capacity. So if you have a lot of music that you want to store on your MP3 player, it will cost you more money. As they say – you get what you pay for.

Since then Advanced MP3 Players has continued to bring new and innovative MP3 and music equipment to the shores of the UK.

One ground breaking concept is to create a portable music device that can be worn by swimmers and other water sport athletes while keeping the impact on their athletic performance to minimum. The NU design team come up with this ultra light weight, ultra compact player that weighs only 25g with a dimension of 60 x 20 x 20mm, incorporating the latest 3D music quality with its adapted waterproof speaker. This means that you can not only use it for sports to push out that training session but also for relaxing to music in the bath with no fear of losing your player, destroying it in the wet conditions or tangling the wires.

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