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Cowon-iaudio-m3.134967
4.6 out of 10

Cowon iAUDIO M3

MP3/WMA/ASF/WAV/OGG/FLAC Player, Voice Recording / FM Radio / Di Read more

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**Review to ALL types of MP3s**

1337_ownage, Ebay
16 April 2008
  • Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
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BEST SOUNDING MP3 PLAYER.. BY FAR!!

lavegabid, Ebay
10 February 2008
  • Summary: I have being using an iPod nano in my car for awhile & sounded good ( I did not know any better). I was ready to upgrade for one with more memory, I research around & there was a brand new Sony "walkman" mp3 in the market with awesome feedbacks from users ( interface, layout, weight, battery staying power, etc was excellent, sound was rated good) I purchased it & like it alright but certain songs depending on the download quality will distort the sound on my car layout;...
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A player with amazing features built in!!!

DDB2W, Ciao
25 October 2007
  • Excerpt: "I love this little mp3 player. Really sleek and the main body is made from high grade metal which is a lot more scratch proof than plastic. What makes this device special is it's separate remote control that can clip on to your clothes while the main body sits in your pocket and still gives you full control of the main device. It's price vs capacity is excellent and as well as playing music, it can display .txt files and be used as a portable hard ...
  • Pros: Sound quality, battery life, radio, microphone, ease of use
  • Cons: Only a screen on the remote
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Ease of use 8
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This MP3 player should outsell the ipod

chris.joh..., Ciao
2 November 2005
  • Excerpt: "...options out there, and the Cowon iaudio M3 is one of them. The initial thing that drew me to this mp3 player is the sleek style and the fact that it has a remote with screen which the ipod does not have, so to change tracks you don't need to take the player out of your pocket. The battery life was also quoted as almost double that of the ipod and although I'm not sure it lasts the 13-14hours quoted it certainly has never let me down. The stylish ...
  • Pros: Outstanding value for money and extremely slick design
  • Cons: FM radio is not very clear
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Ease of use 8
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Cowon iaudio M3 MP3 Player

bewick, Ciao
2 October 2005
  • Excerpt: "This is one amazing machine. It is small light and very very stylish with a metal casing finished in metalic colours (mine is gunmetal grey). I have is the 20Gb version but there is a 40Gb one with the same physical size. A real shame to hide it in a pocket - it's far more stylish than ALL competitors - but then the tiny in-line remote with screen makes it un-neccessary to take the machine from the pocket to change channels or tracks - or to turn ...
  • Pros: Multi - use; very very stylish; light; robust
  • Cons: controls on the remote can be fiddly for we old codgers .  Don't always work as expected .
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Cowon iAudio M3 20GB

UK Guest, Review Stop
18 May 2005
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Value for money 10
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Cowon iAudio M3 20GB

UK Guest, Review Stop
18 May 2005
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Cowon iAudio M3 20GB

UK Guest, Review Stop
18 May 2005
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Cowon iAudio M3 20GB

UK Guest, Review Stop
18 May 2005
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Value for money 10
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iAudio M3 40GB

UK Guest, Review Stop
17 May 2005
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