View Poll Results: Which Mp3 Player

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  • Creative Labs Nomad Juxebox

    3 42.86%
  • SonicBlue RioVolt SP250

    3 42.86%
  • Stick with your 128mb Minijam

    1 14.29%
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  1.    #1  
    Looking for more memory to hopefully replace my 128mb Minijam but I'm stuck between two great Mp3 Players: 1)Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox and the 2)RioVolt SP250. Both are the same price, but i'm having trouble choosing. Which on would you guys choose and why. Thanks
    Last edited by LeaDxPainT; 12/24/2001 at 12:15 AM.
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  2. #2  
    Originally posted by LeaDxPainT
    Looking for more memory to hopefully replace my 128mb Minijam but I'm stuck between two great Mp3 Players: 1)Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox and the 2)RioVolt SP250. Both are the same price, but i'm having trouble choosing. Which on would you guys choose and why. Thanks
    i just checked mp3.com and they list the sp250 as being $180 and the juke as $500. where are they teh same price?

    i'm using a Pocket mStation (www.mstation.com) with an IBM Travelstar 20GB HD. so far, it's great. however, because of the holiday season, i've been too busy to actually put it thru the ringer. you might want to read some reviews (it's also known as the neo jukebox).

    mc
  3.    #3  
    Originally posted by mensachicken


    i just checked mp3.com and they list the sp250 as being $180 and the juke as $500. where are they teh same price?

    i'm using a Pocket mStation (www.mstation.com) with an IBM Travelstar 20GB HD. so far, it's great. however, because of the holiday season, i've been too busy to actually put it thru the ringer. you might want to read some reviews (it's also known as the neo jukebox).

    mc
    The SP150 is 179.99 with a 20 MIR to bring it down to 159.99 and the Jukebox is on sale for 139.99 but 199.99 retail with 30 MIR which brings it down to 169.99.

    I think the Mp3.com reviews are old so the prices havn't been updated yet. Oh yeah and i'm looking at the 6gb Nomad Jukebox.
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  4. #4  
    I think the RioVolt would be best. You can burn the MP3s to CDs, so you can bring more with you, if necessary.

    Well, on the other hand, the Juke is all in one--- you can't lose the CDs
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  5. #5  
    I like the Nomad, but it doesn't have a random play feature - A big killer for me, I like to set my music to just play, maybe the Rio has that? Don't know if it's even an issue for you or not.
  6.    #6  
    Originally posted by dampeoples
    I like the Nomad, but it doesn't have a random play feature - A big killer for me, I like to set my music to just play, maybe the Rio has that? Don't know if it's even an issue for you or not.
    Hmmm, thats as good point. The random feature is gonna tilt the tables a little now. They talked aboutnew firmware upgrades for the nomad, but i'm not sure if they have fixed that yet. Anyone own one and know if they have. Thanks
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  7. #7  
    PogoProducts has a new one coming out, they're the people who make the DataQuake module, I think it may have random, but I'm not sure
  8. #8  
    Have you checked out the tiny MP3 Player from Innogear.com? It does look sweet.

    Man I checked out PogoProducts.com they have some nice multimedia products coming up. Can't wait to see the prices.
  9.    #9  
    Thanks guys, Just picked myself up a RioVolt SP250 this morning...it was on sale in additon with a MIR for 20. Using it right now, this thing is awsome.
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