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iAudio 5 MP3 Player?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by weazel200, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. weazel200

    weazel200 Regular member

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    Has anyone got one, used one, or seen on. I need to know where these can be bought as they look absolutely stunning. Check out the pics.
    http://www.cowonamerica.com/products/iaudio/5/photo.html

    I live in England and cant find them anywhere. If anyone has any information they have could they please share it. Regards Weazel.
     
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    weazel200 Regular member

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    Does anyone own one or seen one. On shopping sites people rate them highly. Please reply with any info.
     
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    Weazel they look freakin' cool, what model do you want?
     
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    They're all the same model called iAudio5. They look so gorgeous, especially the red one. On top of mp3 they have radio and voice recorder. What more could you want. I have found a site which sells them but i don't know whether i'm allowed to say which one as i might be breaking an advertising rule. Let's just say this company named themselves after a rain forest in Brazil, wink wink you must know who i'm reffering to. Anyway they are selling the gorgeous red model for £99.99 which is 256MB, and two black models the 1GB for £149.99 and the 2GB one for £219.99. I prefer the red model because of its looks but it is only 256MB. But on the other hand i would be constantly changing what albums would be on there but that wouldnt bother me as I would listen to albums quicker. An average VBR album lets say is 70MB and i could fit just under 4 albums on there. The 1GB and 2GB models are a waste of money and space as i wouldnt use more than 512 at a time. Anyone else think the same.
     
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    Ecost.com has your ruby red for $109 US. I'm not really in the market for a player as popular as they are. When the prices of micro hard drives go down, I'll probably buy one. Couldn't find a review of them on Cnet, I was wondering if they were high quality also. It's probably safe to say they don't beat ipods in reviews though. It's a good anti-ipod.
     

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