Well, I'm finally back! Though you might not have noticed my disappearance, it's been three weeks since I either played piano, or used the computer. Not because I wished to, no, heavens no. The first two weeks were due to poor math grades...
) where my father actually cut the power cord of the digital
. Don't worry everything's fine now...
. Jeez, it feels good to let the house ring with pure music and to drown out the unhappy sounds of the TV. Also, to rewake the fingers as if they became frozen and coming back to the piano after a (min.) week long absence are no simple tasks, but it sure is one of the best things in the world! . The third week was due to a family vacation in Florida.
So now, back to the topic:
I am in the market for a(n?) mp3 player in the range 150$--200$ and have found a few good matches: Player #1
All out of my range, I'm still stupidly drooling on the keyboard over them... Player #2 Player #3
My main questions are:
1) How many regular (65 min) CDs can be transfered into the player?
2) Do all the players have chips that can be popped out, so that the user can carry n times more than what the ad says, if he buys new chips?
3)What mp3 Players do you own?
4) What is a jukebox in comparison to an mp3 player?
Keep in mind that I have a CD collection close to 70 and would like to, by any means necessary, bring them all on the plane...