How Does an MP3 Player Work?
MP3 players are devices that can hold digital files that are downloaded from a computer, and they range in size from 64 megabytes and up. Discover what the best options are for MP3 players with help from a certified Mac repair technician in this free video on MP3 players.
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Hi, I'm Ben from the Cell Phone Broker in San Jose, California. Today I'm going to show you how MP3 players work. MP3 players are the small, little devices that can hold digital music files that you can down load from your computer on to this little device. They range in size from sixty-four megabytes, up to a hundred and sixty megabytes, and possibly even more than that. Sixty-four megabytes would be about five or ten songs, depending upon the size of the song, and then the hundred sixty gigabytes is over ten thousand songs. So, there's a lot of different MP3 player's out there on the market. You can just go online and check out what'd be the best option for you. The most popular one right now would be the Apple iPod, which ranges in sizes from four gigabytes up to, like I said, one hundred and sixty gigabytes. So, there's, there's a lot of different options out there on the market, and you've just got to find the, the best option for you. I'm Ben from the Cell Phone Broker in San Jose. Check out our website, myspace.com/cellphonebroker.