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gerio
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So I'm going to put a few songs on my X2 as a convenience thing (I now have 3 nearly-full 120gig iPods, but they are usually packed away in my road stash).

 

I'm going to try and use 320kb MP3s and AAC files. Is there a favorite music player or will the stock music player suffice? I don't want the player to make playlists, organize my music, make suggestions, or otherwise get in my way. MixZing was terrible about that sort of thing, even after I turned that stuff in the options.

 

Thanx for ideas, 

Geri O

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pool_shark
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I rarely listen to music on my X, but Power Amp is so nice with the equalizer and preset settings, I bought it.

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AZSALUKI
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stock player is pretty poor. i will agree with powerAMP. it's pretty nice. winamp was very nice too....but it may include all of that junk you don't really want??? i don't recall. i belive that poweramp is also one of the more efficient ones.

 

a bit unrelated....but i went ahead and broke down and got a spotify subscription. i must say that for music fans, this is the first one that i've ever found that i think is WELL WORTH the subscription fee. i have about 25 gigs of my collection on my zune and will definitely still keep it in my car....but i now have 15 million tracks accessible on my tbolt. the stream quality is very impressive and if you're in a solid network, it is nearly flawless. the best part is it takes no space. my tbolt just replaced my zune and cd's.

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gerio
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Ya know, what's funny is that I moved a couple if tunes into the phone and played them just to check them with the stock player. They played fine, no stuttering, but just one time through on each one. But when I tried MixZing, they stuttered right away. Odd, no doubt.

But I have read enough about the stock to know better that to count on it. Power Amp sounds like a good choice. And the name is certainly easy enough to remember in my world..:smileyhappy:)

Thanx,
Geri O
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Wildman
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PowerAmp is nice but I perfer Meridian Media Player myself because it also playes my videos as well in one interface,,,

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