Product Type: other MP3 players
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Small and Silver!
Soulmate MP3 Player
Member Name: wgsd
Soulmate MP3 Player
Date: 20/09/01, updated on 20/09/01 (133 review reads)
Advantages: Small, Light, CHEAP!
Disadvantages: non-expandable memory, Slow transfer from PC to Soulmate
Well what can I say about the Soulmate MP3 player..., well to start with it is small, light, with a good sized screen. the unit itself is made from high density plastic, which makes it quiet robust, so it will take quiet a bashing, I have dropped mine down the stairs countless times and it has never stopped working once. The Soulmate can hold upto 48mb of MP3 files that equates to about 1 hour of music, which is enough to do even the longest bus ride. Sound quality is nothing to shout about, it can be a bit tinny, but most portable audio devices are. It has all the standard features like track repeat, repeat all and built in EQ. The unit comes with a docking station, which is actually a bit slow for downloading the MP3s as it runs through the parallel port, so it can take upto 20 minutes to download the full 48 megs!. The software you get with the Soulmate is Music Match Jukebox, which in itself is a very good media player for the PC. But be aware, the memory is NOT expandable the 48 megs is all you are going to get! Another word to the wise, once the batteries have been removed you only have a minute before the songs are wiped from the memory. But even though it has its faults I think I chose well from the range available for £50!!
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