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Posted by: B.S. Vincent Posted on: Apr 15th, 2016, 4:08pm
So I decided I would use my PDA as an MP3 player, instead of my iPod Nano, so just in case.
I read about it online and everyone said their PDA's have bad sound quality, even with decent headphones. Their brands were Treo and HP. But I use a Dell Axim. (Because Axim rules). So I gave it a try, with my 262 KBPS mp3s, and I was BLOWN AWAY with the sound quality. And I am an audiophile. So conclusion? Use your Dell Axim as your MP3 player. Mine is from 2004. My iPod Nano is from 2014. The PDA sounds better. It is amazing. Go Dell!
Posted by: Lint Posted on: Apr 15th, 2016, 7:02pm
My iPaq is actually pretty good. The speaker is decent, but with earbuds, it sounds great. Go HP! Oh, and Dell's good too xD
Posted by: B.S. Vincent Posted on: Apr 15th, 2016, 8:51pm
I can't talk crap about HP because I am using an HP laptop to post this. wink So both are very good.

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