Product Type: Thomson MP3 players
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Customer Thomson Lyra Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Very useful, 272 readings)
I had been considering the purchase of an mp3 player for quite some time, so I wanted the choice I made to be a good one. All in all, I can say that I wasn't disappointed with Thomson's Lyra player. After all, £170 is a lot of money when you're a student, but fortunately I managed to get the price down to £155! The player came with all the usual features you would expect - pause, previous track, next track, as well as skipping forward and backwards during a track. It also came with a good graphic equalizer, with a few presets (such as rock, jazz or bass), which I was pleased with for such a small player. The player is quite small when compared ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/01, updated on 11/02/01 (Very useful, 1030 readings)
The Thomson Lyra was one of the first MP3 players to go on general sale in Europe. Since then the market for portable digital audio has expanded dramatically, so how does this pioneer measure up against the competition in 2001? "Quite well" is the answer, but this doesn't mean the Lyra is the perfect MP3 player. It just implies that other manufacturers have failed to come up with anything much better so far. The industry is still a young one and there are surely more players to come. And let's get one thing straight: good MP3 players like the Lyra don't come cheap, so think carefully about whether digital audio would meet your needs. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/01, updated on 06/05/01 (Very useful, 846 readings)
Oh how I'd torn my hair out deciding whether to go for a Mini-Disk or an MP3 player. In the end I plumped for a MP3 player. Don't know why but I'm not regretting the decision yet. Seeing as the Creative Labs Jukebox was a bit expensive and heavy, I decided I'd go for a player that was small enough to carry around but had fairly a good memory capacity. Didn't like the sound of that Sony Stick effort so I chose the Thomson Lyra player which I had seen advertised on the net. The Lyra player has a removable memory card called a Compact Flash Card (CFC) that can hold up to 64mb of songs which translates to about 20 songs or just over 1 hour of ... Read the complete review
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