Tag Archives : mp3 player

Spotification

Spotification

For much of today I was listening to music via Spotify, the P2P-based music streamer that’s like an iTunes client for thousands of complete albums, EPs and CD singles, all delivered instantly and encoded in high-quality 160kb/s Ogg Vorbis. I’m usually a 320kb/s mp3 snob, so audio quality is important to me (one reason why I don’t do iTunes): Spotify beats Last.fm in this respect, and sounds better than my 320’s streamed [...]
Music Streaming Services: A Comparison

Music Streaming Services: A Comparison

I’ve been looking for the perfect music streamer ever since I got my G1 Android phone and decided that carrying a smartphone and an MP3 player into the shower was just excess baggage. I love my music: at home I have about 200GB of MP3s and a few hundred CDs (not forgetting the boxes of vinyl now in the loft). On the move, I used to take my 30GB MP3 player to listen to at work and on my 30-min walk home every day. I listen to a large [...]
Zenophile

Zenophile

This is my third Creative MP3 player – I’ve had a Zen NX, then a Zen Vision:M and I now have a 32 GB Zen like this: I use it exclusively for music, and I like to have a large library of tunes with me so I was particularly sold on this one as it has an SD slot for extra memory. Unfortunately, this works like a mounted disk o’ files: the Zen won’t read MP3 tags from it or integrate it into the Music library. So, you [...]
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