Sony Memory Stick Walkman NW-MS7 64 MB
Product Type: Sony MP3 players
Description:Model ID 022-365 / Sony Memory Stick Walkman NW-MS7 - Digital player - flash 64 MB - MP3 - blue / The NW-MS7 Memory Stick Walkman Digital Music Player plays back in ATRAC3, supports MP3 and is upgradable to support additional audio formats for the utmost versatility in playing ... more
Sony Memory Stick Walkman NW-MS7 64 MB ... digital music. Jog Lever lets you move quickly through tracks and other available functions with the press of the jog lever. Built-In Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery offers longer life, greater convenience, and substantial savings over conventional batteries.
Transfer CD Recordings and Internet downloads to and from your PC, creating your own mixes for on-the-go enjoyment. Removable MagicGate Memory Stick Media provides up to 120 minutes of music, and 3 Line Backlit LCD Display shows mode of operation, activated features, track number, artist, track title, playing time and recorded bit rate. Plus, the Skip-Proof Design has no moving parts for uninterrupted music even while carrying the Memory Stick Walkman player during jogging or other activity. Built-In Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery offers longer life, greater convenience, and substantial savings over conventional batteries. The NW-MS7 also features 3-line backlit LCD display and Jog Lever for easy operation.
Newest Review: ... The next thing that caught my attention was the layout of the controls on the player. Sony seems to have a jog-dial fetish, ... more
Customer Sony Memory Stick Walkman NW-MS7 64 MB Reviews (7)
by - written on 12/01/01, updated on 12/01/01
Sony's designers did a great job on the hardware for the NW-MS7 Memory Stick Walkman. I am especially fond of the jog dial that makes the small MP3 player very easy to use. However, Sony's OpenMG software is time-consuming, difficult to use, and wastes storage space on your PC with its file conversions. The beautifully designed rectangular player is similar to Sony's Music Clip. The backlit screen is easy to read, and the jog dial lets you play, pause, and skip tracks with a tap of the thumb. The Memory Stick Walkman comes with a neck strap and headphones with a very short cord for listening on the go. If you'd rather put the player in your pocket, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/02, updated on 28/10/04 (Very useful, 583 readings)
Being a computer science student, and something of a geek, it’s only natural that I have a rather large collection of mp3s. I’d been looking at mp3 players for ages and drooling over them, but after spending most of my student loan in the pub I’d resigned myself to not owning one for quite a while. My problems seemed to be exasperated when my room mate bought himself a lovely, shiny player in the form of the Sony NW-MS7. However, this was a blessing in disguise… As it turned out, my friend didn’t use the player too often, and when I happened to mention that I was after one, he said that he would sell me his for the princely sum of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/01, updated on 14/05/01 (Very useful, 525 readings)
MP3 is a format that has existed for a few years now. It did not come about, as many people believe, as a way of swapping music on P2P servers, but simply as a way of transferring music as smaller files. It?s only in the last two or three years, as more people have had access to faster internet connection, that it has been used as a way of pirating music. The explosion of personal MP3 players has been partly due to the rise of Napster and other such file transfer programmes. No matter what manufacturers claim, they all realise that a very large number of their customers aren?t planning to simply copy their own CDs onto their MP3 player like they?re supposed to. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/00, updated on 18/11/00 (Very useful, 1426 readings)
I bought the Sony Memory Stick Walkman after about 12 months of 'umming' and 'ahhing' over various makes, models and prices of MP3 players. Most of the MP3 players were either dull grey rectangles with a few plastic silver buttons, or very flashy and very expensive. Common features of all MP3 players I came across were that a) they weren't very well designed with the buttons in all the wrong places b) they were built terribly, out of creaky, thin plastics with little hard plastic buttons or were built of machined metal that scratched when it was put down, and again had hard plastic buttons. I then came across the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/01, updated on 22/09/01 (Useful, 360 readings)
::Features: - Skip free sound enabled by a removable 64 MB MagicGate Memory Stick - Ultra compact and lightweight - Hi-speed recording on PC using Open MB technology - Connects to PC for Cd recording or Internet downloading - High speed data transfer at 20 time normal playing speed via USB connection - Playback in ATRAC3 sound compression format, supports MP3 and WAV files - Upgradeable to support additional audio formats - Built-in rechargeable Lithium battery – 4 hours continuous playback - Includes Open MG Jukebox Music Management Software - DC/USB Connector - USB Cable - Headphones and carrying ... Read the complete review
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