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  • melgross - Sunday, May 30, 2004 - link

    I wonder what the percentage of people are using this for what it was designed for vs. the drive camera angle. Creative probable doesn't care, as long as they sell, but... Reply
  • nigham - Sunday, May 30, 2004 - link

    one thing i noticed with the Muvo NX - my current MP3 player - it DOES NOT recognize files that start with odd characters '[', '_' and such to be music files. caused me a huge heartache when i first bought it coz all my files are organized as "[Artist] Song Name"!! Reply
  • nigham - Sunday, May 30, 2004 - link

    does this play .ogg format? i sorely need a player that plays ogg (since all my music is in that format) - and as of now, i believe only iRiver supports it. Reply
  • Lurks - Saturday, May 29, 2004 - link

    Deleting posts? Nice... Reply
  • MrEgo - Thursday, May 27, 2004 - link

    Ok, I admit I hardly know a thing about MP3 players. That being said, I am looking for a good MP3 player to listen to while I exercise. So basically, here's my requirements:

    1. Cannot skip while I run or bike.
    2. Able to upload songs from my computer onto the player.
    3. Able to delete/add files freely without buying memory cards.

    Would the player that was just reviewed support my needs? If so or if not, does anyone have any other suggestions for other players that may be cheaper that would suit my needs?
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  • wassup4u2 - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    What formats does it support? MP3, obviously, but how about .wma or .ogg? Reply
  • Foxbat121 - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    Correction: Type II CF rather than Type III Reply
  • Foxbat121 - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    Micro Drive is type III CF compatible which means you can used it as Type II CF cards. And I think we're talking about Muvo2 4GB here not 1.5GB. Reply
  • nightowl - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    I thought the Muvo2 1.5GB used a microdrive and not flash memory. Everything I have read says that it and the Rio Nitrus use a microdrive instead of flash memory. Reply
  • Foxbat121 - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    Most people bought Muvo2 just for the internal CF sized microdrive. You will find a lot of Muvo2's on sale on eBay without the microdrive. The MD alone costs $500 retail. ANd it works with most digital cameras that accept CF II cards. iPod has the same micro drive but is specifically modified so that it won't work inside a camera.

    It's hard to find anywhere that has Muvo2 in stock. Most places sold out in a few hours.
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  • Foxbat121 - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

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  • XRaider - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - link

    Ok, what's the battery life on this model? Reply
  • Koing - Tuesday, May 25, 2004 - link

    Imo the $50 difference between the Muvo2 and the iPod Mini isn't much even on a cash strapped budget. It would be worth saving up for imo. I always do this with stuff.

    The only problems I see is that the remote on any of the iPods to be quite frank is 'crap'. It is definately no MD remote. And the length of the headphone wires? Rubbish.

    How is the length of the Muvo2 headphone wires with remote? I can't stand the length on my iPod.

    Koing
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  • madgonad - Tuesday, May 25, 2004 - link

    Odd they never mentioned the fact that this $200 player houses a 4GB microdrive that retails for more than twice that price. I'm happy with my Muvo2, but I imagine eventually the drive will find its way to my camera. Reply
  • yanon - Tuesday, May 25, 2004 - link

    The Muvo2 design engineers should consider adding voice recording function to it. This would be great for people who would want to use it as an recording device. it will probably only cost them $10 more to add this feature but they can claim this is a 3-in-one (mp3, voice recording, and data storage) player. Reply

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