[TriLUG] portable music player?
c.crider at gmail.com
Fri Dec 18 08:27:07 EST 2009
+1 on the Sansa Clip Plus. I've been extremely happy with this player's
Here's a short write up ... not from me.
On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 5:48 AM, Kevin Hunter <hunteke at earlham.edu> wrote:
> Hullo List,
> I'm thinking about getting myself a running companion for my ears. I've
> been keeping my head in the sand ignoring portable players for long
> enough that now I realize I don't know the playing field very well. I
> do know my major criteria beyond "it plays music", however:
> 1. I have a large collection of ogg music files. I'd like my player to
> be able to play them without having to first convert to mp3.
> 2. I have Linux (haduh! I'm on /this/ list, right?), and don't have
> Windows. Anything that requires a firmware upgrade with a "special
> utility for Windows only", or otherwise won't work with the Free tools,
> is a no-go.
> I've been off and on researching this over the past year or two, and the
> influx of ogg-capable players is increasing. However, it's the latter
> criteria to which I can't seem to find definitive answers, much less
> satisfactory products.
> Has anyone gone through this recently? Any pointers or suggestions of
> products on which I should focus my attention?
> Much appreciated,
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