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Hard Drive MP3 Players - What are Hard Drive MP3 Players?
Hard Drive MP3 Players,  this form of MP3 player is becoming increasingly popular. Often labelled as an “MP3 Jukebox”; a hard drive MP3 player does have moving parts, but modern hard drive players have a lot of skip protection to prevent jumps in playback. Hard drive players have up to 60GB of storage space, which means that they can store up to 15,000 songs. This type of MP3 player is normally used to store your entire music collection. Hard Drive MP3 players are typically larger, heavier and more bulky that their flash counterparts. However, more expensive hard drive MP3 players such as the iRiver iHP-120 20GB Jukebox are actually fairly lightweight and portable.

Hard Drive MP3 Players - What’s this type of player best for?
Since hard drive based players are heavier, they are normally used for listening to music at home or while travelling. This type of MP3 player is ideally suited to be connected to your HIFI or external speakers to form a high capacity music playback jukebox. Hard drive players are also popular with people travelling for long periods of time, where they do not have access to their music collection to change files.

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