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    Sony NW-HD3Published on 11/13/05 at 04:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have this MP3 player for the past four months.
    It is quite easy to use directories with the rankings, the storage space 20 GB saves a lot of songs with a good level of recording, sound quality is trs correct. ..
    2 The problem of this MP3 is the low number of accepted formats (. MP3. Atrac3 is annoying when all the collection is. WMA) and the requirement to use the damn thing SonicStage for transferring rer these files: not only the software is totally unusable, slow and greedy, but it also renames the files of numros SERIES, so we do not know retransfrer the songs to their PC. Gnial ...
    I had an MP3 player with Flash memory Packard Bell before, easier to use. But hey, now, the price…
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    I have this MP3 player for the past four months.
    It is quite easy to use directories with the rankings, the storage space 20 GB saves a lot of songs with a good level of recording, sound quality is trs correct. ..
    2 The problem of this MP3 is the low number of accepted formats (. MP3. Atrac3 is annoying when all the collection is. WMA) and the requirement to use the damn thing SonicStage for transferring rer these files: not only the software is totally unusable, slow and greedy, but it also renames the files of numros SERIES, so we do not know retransfrer the songs to their PC. Gnial ...
    I had an MP3 player with Flash memory Packard Bell before, easier to use. But hey, now, the price (220 nine), there is no reason to complain. The drive itself is fairly easy to use, the quality-price ratio is good trs.
    Résumé to:
    Assets:
    -Easy to use drive;
    - Report qualitprix;
    -Quality Sound;
    -Good battery life;
    -Capacity Storage.

    Cons:
    Little-size pages
    - SonicStage!
    Adapter-essential to connect to the PC.
    It is frankly a good MP3 for the price, but certainly not the best. As always with Sony, it's design and made what is expected of an MP3 player. This is a good buy that I would do possibly, but I would first a wider range of opinion.
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