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Any Concerns Buying Used Mp3 Players?
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just curious.



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It depends on what you mean by MP3 player. I'm not being silly..... some are more advanced than others, some do other media files (not just MP3s), etc. I like mine that is not advanced at all. It only plays MP3s, is 4 gigs, and lets me play days and days of music on a single battery. I think it cost about $20. Not sure what you're looking for in a player, but new may still be an option.



Sorry, got a little off track..... if you're not looking for anything extravagant, used should be fine. Otherwise it may need a software update... if it is still supported. What price range and options are you looking for?



** Wow! Having a quick look on Amazon, there are a lot of MP3 players you can buy for less than $10! I had no idea. Having seen that stuff.... unless you get an MP3 player for free, you are probably better off buying a new one for the few dollars they are now.
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