We delete comments that violate our policy , which we encourage you to read. June Learn how and when to remove this template message. Unlike the iPod, the M3 can handle all sorts of recording. When the M3 was released there was a lot of controversy about it, because the actual unit had no display. As with all iAUDIO devices, there was no need for the use of software, since the U3 was a UMS device though additional software was required to take advantage of some features, such as converting video to the right format to be played back on the player.

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Bundled accessories include the cradle and the adapter mentioned above, as well as a black-vinyl carrying case with belt loopan AC adapter, a stereo line-in cable, and earbuds. Views Read Edit View history. The separate screen is x96 iqudio 4gray LCD with led backlight, built into the first section of the headset. Cowon hopes to knock the crown off the ruler with its 20Gb hard drive based player the M3, but does the player offer enough guile and grit to get the job done?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Bad No display on main chassis; ports and display live on the adapter module or the cradle; doesn’t support online music stores. The result is an HDD portable that is smaller and lighter than an iPod.


Look for more coverage in the next few weeks. Phones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, games and more. The best BBQ tech and gadgets This remote is smaller than a Zippo, and it houses the device’s main interface. I would suggest going for the cradle if you are considering the player.

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It included an updated reverb algorithm, allowing the user to choose between nine different types of reverb timbresincluding ChamberRoomClubHallAuditoriumCathedralStadiumCanyon and Long. Can it bring a significant price decrease? When Apple released the iPod, it was by no means the first MP3 player that was on the market, but over the past couple of years it has become the defacto MP3 player.

You really have to offer something special to even get noticed, let alone sell any units. What to expect from January’s Consumer Electronics Show. Cowon took an interesting approach by simply making the smallest possible player it iakdio.

Apple’s iPod Touch iaurio you a good portion of the iPhone 6 experience in a tiny package, A few days ago I posted an article about the next wave of hard disk drive HDD portables. iausio

Kvalitní MP3 přehrávač v kovu od Cowonu – iAudio M3 (recenze + fotogalerie) –

Both players used the same Sigmatel chipset. Simialrly, the device will show up as a generic drive under XP.

Most reviewers also regarded it as having a higher build quality. Cowon sells the M3 with or without the dock. Cowan Systems supply Jet Audio 6 software in the bundle, which gives a little sound editing, as well as serving as a ripping tool.


Kvalitní MP3 přehrávač v kovu od Cowonu – iAudio M3 (recenze + fotogalerie)

Cowon was able to undercut the iPod by almost an j3, which isn’t much if you’re talking about bowling balls but is appreciable if you’re talking about ultra light portables. The F2, with a design similar to a mobile phone, was the successor to the F1, and very similar to the U3 in features. It is only an extra 20 bones and it’s a damn cool looking little fella. There’s also an “L” version available, which features enhanced battery life.

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Apart from FM radio, voice recording and line-in recordingit also featured video playback as well as photo and text viewing. I don’t mean acceptable players; I mean really solid ones. Its successor, the X7 series, was slated to be released at some point in the summer of[1] but was delayed until October By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.