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Old 02-26-2011, 11:45 AM
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These are my walkmans

The Lighter shaped blue is the NW-E507 that used the "Buggy" sonicStage, a great program alternative to WMP crap For me SS worked pretty well I loved it. Assassined it to see it's guts

The black one with a 2'' screen is the NWZ-A818 my first Video player Loved it so much great sound quality, until I did a mistake, yes a dumb mistake. Left It on top of a book in the University library and i search for a nother book in the 1st floor. I get back to my place and... SONY STOLEN NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

The other nice cool 3'' screen my X series love it as hell

Then there are my MDR-NC50 noise cancelling cans, next to them there are my red in-ear sony phones, they're dead in the phones heaven

and mY nice Speakers from 2005 they're punchy bassy and LOUD
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:30 PM
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Nice collection! I'm a Sony fan too, although I also love my Clip+.

Bad luck with geting the A818 stolen, I would have been gutted too.
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Old 02-26-2011, 03:20 PM
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That's a good collection, I also think the Sonys are quite excellent....though I've never owned one.

Those are some nice speakers, I too like loud and punchy bass
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:48 PM
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That's a good collection, I also think the Sonys are quite excellent....though I've never owned one.

Those are some nice speakers, I too like loud and punchy bass

Out of several Sony's that I own my favorite is the S738F. You can still buy them brand new from Amazon.
SQ-10
Build 10
UI 9
Video 9. (10 if the screen was bigger)

Note- If you are lucky you might be able to pick up a S739F 16gb off Ebay. Sony screwed up and produced too few of these 16gb models.

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Noise-Can...8837332&sr=1-4

Here is a excellent video review of the S730F series 4gb
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I just want a Sony in a 64gb capacity, w/NATIVE English language support & without the crappy EU volume cap!!!
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Old 02-27-2011, 07:22 PM
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Thanks. I also Love sony, its sound quality. I wish they could sync with iTunes natively and had eSATA speed for transfer and atleast a 900 MHz processor
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Old 02-27-2011, 07:26 PM
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That's a good collection, I also think the Sonys are quite excellent....though I've never owned one.

Those are some nice speakers, I too like loud and punchy bass
The speakers have Euro-current-connector I bought a plug converter to North american Sockets.

Little specs: 220 W RMS and 2800 W PMPO. I don't know what's the difference in RMS and PMPO
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:41 PM
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I just want a Sony in a 64gb capacity, w/NATIVE English language support & without the crappy EU volume cap!!!
Now 64GB No. What a 256GB one with 95 hrs of battery life
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:42 PM
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My favorite walkman to date is the A 818
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Old 03-01-2011, 04:03 PM
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My favorite Sony Walkman in order

1. S738F
2. S639F
3. A729F
4. A815F
5. S616F
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Now 64GB No. What a 256GB one with 95 hrs of battery life
I guess you don't know about this then: http://www.advancedmp3players.co.uk/...ayer.4667.html
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:46 PM
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I'd rather have one with 64 or more (maybe 80 to 100) GB, 40 hours (but more is fine) battery life, with on-the-go playlist creation and editing.

Everything else is fine, I just want playlist control on the player. What if there's a zombie apocalypse, and I have a small power source to charge my player, but nothing close enough to power a computer? How am I supposed to make new and change playlists then?

Yeah, think about that, Sony. Think about it.

Any way, back on topic...

Those are nice. Too bad about the stolen one. My condolences.
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:01 PM
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I guess you don't know about this then: http://www.advancedmp3players.co.uk/...ayer.4667.html
of course I know the famous A847 that hasn't released on the US, too bad.

in Mexican sonystyle store they have the A840, but same CRAP only 8GB WTF???? who wants an 8Gig device. 8 is the new 4GB

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Tiny stolen Sony Walkman, I now dub the "Keychain Player of Yorkshire". Yeah I have a bud with the same NEW Walkman you have, and it's pretty baingin' just for the space I needed the price was a little too much for me so I went with SanDisk.
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I'd rather have one with 64 or more (maybe 80 to 100) GB, 40 hours (but more is fine) battery life, with on-the-go playlist creation and editing.

Everything else is fine, I just want playlist control on the player. What if there's a zombie apocalypse, and I have a small power source to charge my player, but nothing close enough to power a computer? How am I supposed to make new and change playlists then?

Yeah, think about that, Sony. Think about it.

Any way, back on topic...

Those are nice. Too bad about the stolen one. My condolences.
Although I'm very late to this discussion, I'll add my comments since it applies to the comments in the first paragraph and this might be of interest to others. I have one of the recently released NWZ-E465 players (a 16GB Flash player) and one of the great feature additions (it may have been on previous Walkman players but this is the first one I've had with this feature) is the ability to create and edit on-the-go playlists on the player.

These playlists are called "Bookmark Lists" and there are a total of five available Bookmark Lists. Each Bookmark List can hold a total of 100 tracks. You can do the following with each of the Bookmark Lists on the player: add songs, delete songs, and reorder the list.

I haven't gotten much use out of this feature since I usually just create the playlists for my player with my music management software. Still, it is a welcome addition to my player, and a feature that many people have requested for a while.
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