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    I found a great MP3 player at the goodwill today. It's a 30GB Creative Zen Xtra and I got it for only $15 with ~5200 songs on it. ^__^ Sounds much better then my Ipod too. I use Sony MDR-V6 headphones.

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    I don't know you're using MP3 format. I though you're only using good 'ol stuff like LP, 8-Track etc. Kidding. Awesome why they don't have something like goodwill in here? That is annoying

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    Yeah, I do agree that second-hand stores are the best place to find dirt-cheap and surprisingly capable electronic equipment. Do you not have them in Indonesia? Pity. And hey, don't be mean to the 8-track. It doesn't like it. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwidl View Post
    Yeah, I do agree that second-hand stores are the best place to find dirt-cheap and surprisingly capable electronic equipment. Do you not have them in Indonesia? Pity. And hey, don't be mean to the 8-track. It doesn't like it. :P
    No sadly we don't. sometimes small things like this want me to defect into western worlds.. I'm not mean to it I love old technologies remember?

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    It's awesome that somebody will get use out of an old brick like that! :P Even back when was new, carrying that around so I could listen to music on the go would have made me want to kill myself (and the MP3 Player). Guess I just didn't grow up in that sort of era. I noticed your post about the HAM radio, seems like you're into vintage electronics. I don't hate old technology, I have a record player... It is a modern one (purchased in 2011), but I have all kinds of old records. As for old tech, that's the only out-dated piece that I own, or would consider owning.

    There's something about old stuff that bothers me, not just limited to old technology. However, I must congratulate you on this MP3 Player because you are saving it from a landfill where it would pollute our earth even further. We need more people like you to buy my old gadgets when they get a few months old and I absolutely have to go out and buy the latest and greatest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheckPlease View Post
    It's awesome that somebody will get use out of an old brick like that! :P Even back when was new, carrying that around so I could listen to music on the go would have made me want to kill myself (and the MP3 Player). Guess I just didn't grow up in that sort of era. I noticed your post about the HAM radio, seems like you're into vintage electronics. I don't hate old technology, I have a record player... It is a modern one (purchased in 2011), but I have all kinds of old records. As for old tech, that's the only out-dated piece that I own, or would consider owning.

    There's something about old stuff that bothers me, not just limited to old technology. However, I must congratulate you on this MP3 Player because you are saving it from a landfill where it would pollute our earth even further. We need more people like you to buy my old gadgets when they get a few months old and I absolutely have to go out and buy the latest and greatest!
    I would gladly take your old phones/music players and other technology when you are done with them.

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