I need me a good CompactFlash MP3 player.

I have a ton of CF cards, because of my camera; I want a good MP3 player that can use ‘em, so that I don’t have to keep track of a billion kinds of different media cards. I currently have a Frontier Labs Nex II, but it’s buggy — it randomly freezes, and skips a lot when I use MicroDrives. I have kept the data page for the e.Digital MXP-100 bookmarked, but haven’t pulled the trigger, mostly because I know nothing about it from actual users. And Anil tells me (possibly tongue-in-cheek) that the only obvious choice is an HP Jornada.

Does anyone have any ideas?


For Microdrives, make sure you are using the correct firmware. Check out http://www.frontierlabs.com/Downloads.html

• Posted by: Sam Greenfield on Mar 6, 2002, 10:28 PM

Check out http://www.razoraudio.com/
And I’ll try SSP-30.

Mostly I like is this audio specifications.

S/N and Distortion is VERY EXCELLENT!
and very light weighted.

— — - From www.razoraudio.com — — -
Specifications- Size: 77.5 x 57.5 x 17 mm Weight: 40 g Power: 1 x ‘AA’ size 1.5 V Alkaline battery Memory: max. memory depends on CompactFlashTM memory card capacity Frequency Range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz Signal to Noise Ratio: > 100 dB Harmonic Distortion: < 0.05 % Max. Output Power: > 50 mW (32 Ohms) Warranty: 1 year
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• Posted by: Hiro-H on May 27, 2002, 12:07 PM
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