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Sony Walkman NWZ-A17

Posted in Sony by Tam Yue on September 4th, 2014

Sony Walkman NWZ A17Sony is jumping on the popular hi-resolution audio band wagon. Thanks to Neil Young’s Pono project, Sony doesn’t need to spend much on advertising.  Just google “hi-res audio” and Sony new toy is the first thing that pops up.

Young’s Kickstarter project was so successful, Sony probably thought “What the hell, lets give it a shot”. With that they will be releasing a new hi-res audio player at the end of this month, the Sony Walkman NWZ-A17. This device is smaller and lighter than Pono. The screen is bigger and will play all the popular formats; WAV, AIFF, ALAC, FLAC, MP3, AAC, and WMA.  It also comes with 64GB of storage. And to top it off the battery life is off the charts, 50 hours of battery life or 30 hours when playing full 24-bit/192kHz files

So, we suppose you …

iriver P8 player shows up on Russian site

Posted in iRiver by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2011

iriver has not updated its P series of large-screen portable media players in quite some time, so you are likely as surprised as we are that this five-incher has shown up on the company’s Russian site. With a battery life of up to nine hours of video and 40 hours of audio to boot.

The P8 comes in 8GB and 16GB sizes, sports a microSD slot, and an HDMI port for pushing HD content to a TV. We have no idea if it will ever land on American shores or how much it will cost when it does, but we like what we see.

Cassette Mate Cassette Tape to MP3 Converter

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2011

If you are old enough to remember listening to music on cassette tapes, then chances are you still have a lot of cassettes laying around. Why not listen to some of that old music again and convert those tapes to MP3s. Thanko’s cassette tape to MP3 converter, called Cassette Mate will help.

The Cassette Mate connects to your computer through a USB port and the software lets users save the music and recordings as MP3 files. It will even identify the breaks between songs and saves them as separate tracks.

Polaroid 8GB MP4 player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

The name Polaroid conjures up images of instant cameras, not MP3 players. Nevertheless the company is branching out into the MP3 player market with the release of its Polaroid 8GB MP4 player. The device features a 2.8-inch touchscreen display and a microSD card expansion up to 32GB.

It also includes a built-in speaker, so you can enjoy your music and videos without using earphones. If you like what this guy offers, it is available for $59.99.

Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry launched

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2010

RIM and Amazon.com have teamed up to launch Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry smartphones. That means that Blackberry addicts will be able to access Amazon’s catalog of over 14 million songs and enjoy them on the go. Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry allows users to browse, preview, download, store, and even inform their friends about their favorite music.

It will let you download music via Wi-Fi or over the air (OTA), browse through what’s new, check out deals, top songs, top albums, genres, and sub genres among other things. Just like iTunes, you can also check out a 30-second sample of a track before buying.

Creative’s next-gen Sound Blaster X-Fi HD USB Sound Card can record LPs to Mp3

Posted in Creative by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2010

Creative has a brand new sound card. The Sound Blaster X-Fi HD USB Sound Card is the next-gen version of their X-Fi Surround 5.1 USB. It offers nearly the same specs as the 5.1 USB, but with a few improvements. THX TruStudio Pro is on board to enhance audio for the hardcore gamer and movie buffs as well.

There is also an audio input and capture ability along with front-facing headphone jacks of the larger 1/4 inch variety. It also has special RCA inputs for phonograph input. Lastly, the software that’s bundled with it can be used to convert LP’s to FLAC, OGG or MP3 formats.

USB Headphone MP3 Player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Forget wires. Forget having a separate MP3 player from your headphones too. Why not keep it all in one unit with this cool new USB Headphone MP3 Player? That way, it’s all on your head, in one place.

Sure, it looks awkward to use and totally uncomfortable with not much padding, but at least it eliminates carrying a separate MP3 player. Only $34.00 from Brando. Some features include: Playing MP3s from SD/MMC cards, Hi-Fi sound, Rechargeable lithium battery, Folding design, Blue backlight LCD display and Five sound functions.

Grace Digital Audio offers ECO Extreme MP3 speaker

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on May 26th, 2010

I don’t like taking my gadgets near water or to places where dust is an issue. I don’t want to kill my gear with an accidental splash or getting dust into the works. Grace Digital Audio has a new speaker for the iPhone, iPod and any other device with a 3.5mm headphone port that will protect your device while you listen.

The new speaker is called the Eco Extreme and it has a 3-inch full range driver in the front and attaches to a bag with a 2-inch carabiner. The speaker is rubberized to protect it from drops and is water resistant to IPX7 standards.

Funkyfonic Cassette MP3 Speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2010

You probably haven’t used a cassette tape in ages, but chances are you are nostalgic about them. Well, you can always buy the Funkyfonic Cassette MP3 Speaker to bring back some memories.

It’s an external speaker that you can plug into any standard 3.5mm headphone jack, and it’s powered by two AA batteries. The retro speakers are just $22. Why not go for it and put a giant cassette tape head on your iPod?

Play Origami MP3 player

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2010

Everyone’s MP3 player of choice may be the iPod, but every now and then we do see something different in a concept, which we would like to own. The Play MP3 player doesn’t have a touchscreen or buttons. Instead it works by doing origami.

Fold the player in half to play. If you want to rewind, just slide one of the pieces. Sure it isn’t practical, but Origami fans should love it. Still, we don’t expect to see this one anytime soon.

Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

This isn’t the first Bluetooth Steering wheel attachment that we’ve seen, but the Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit is a good idea to keep your hands free, thus keeping you a tad safer.

The device features Bluetooth, wireless audio, and functions just like a wireless headset. It even plays MP3s and can broadcast them to your car’s speakers using its FM transmitter.

Teclast K3 Talking Portable Library

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2010

Too many e-readers. Do people really love them or are OEMs just all going crazy? Anyhow, Teclast, the portable media player guys, have now entered this crowded market with the K3. It supports the usual document formats and packs a 6-inch E Ink display, an MP3 / MP4 player and text-to-speech either in English or Chinese.

They call it a “Talking Portable Library”, but we are guessing that the voice leaves something to be desired. Call it a hunch.

Finis unveils new XtreaMP3.1G waterproof MP3 player

Posted in MP3 by Shane McGlaun on December 18th, 2009

finnisxstreammps-sgYou typical iPod or other standard MP3 player isn’t up to the task of swimming or sports where shocks and bumps are apt to happen. You can wear a plain MP3 while you exercise, but if you get it wet the player is pretty much done.

Finis has announced its latest rugged and waterproof MP3 player called the XtreaMP3.1G. The device has 1GB of storage capable of holding up to 240 songs. The player is design for sports where shocks are common, like snowboarding, skateboarding, and cycling.

Cassette iPod speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2009

Cassette iPod speakerCheck out this retro cassette speaker. The device will work with any MP3 player that has a 3.5 mm audio jack. Yes, it’s yet another thing that looks like a cassette tape. In this case, it’s a speaker. One that will immediately make your player look ugly, while adding some girth. But if you want some retro in an MP3 speaker, this thing will only cost you $19.99.

Ah, you’ve noticed that male receptacle hanging from the bottom of the cassette. Well, let me explain. When a cassette speaker loves an MP3 player very very much…

Fytone Vintage Mp3 Speaker and Transistor Radio

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2009

Fytone Vintage Mp3 Speaker and Transistor RadioIf Star Trek had come out in the 1940s this is what the communicator would look like. The Fytone Vintage Mp3 Speaker and Transistor Radio is great for anyone who wants their modern tech to have a vintage look.

This portable speaker is a throwback to the old transistor radio. It will support any Mp3 player with its 3.5mm cable and also receive AM/FM Channels with the antenna which doubles as a stand. It takes 3 AA batteries and will make a lasting impression on your grandparents.