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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Krystal lover, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. Krystal lover

    Krystal lover WiiChat Member

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    i need serious help
    i need to know the difference between
    a Digital Media Player
    and
    a MP3
    PLEASE HELP ME!!!!
     
  2. sherwood3570

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    My answer...I don't think there is a difference between those two.
     
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    no idea???
     
  4. Almo

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    seriously an MP3 plays MP3s... an MP3 is a type of digital media, my only thought is that a DM player will play other formats of music but then again all good MP# players these days usually support WMA,ACC, ect. as well.
    so all in all id say theres no major difference
     
  5. Krystal lover

    Krystal lover WiiChat Member

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    oh wow
    i was gone for a couple of minutes
    and i got answers
    i thank you all so much
    THANK YOU
     
  6. DBloke

    DBloke RIP and tea you say?
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    Copyed from the wiki (cant be arsed to type it)
    Digtal media player
    The main feature of portable media players is their versatility: being able to load and play different formats of video, including MPEG, DivX, Xvid, AMV and SigmaTel Motion Video (SMV); audio, including MP3, WAV, and Ogg Vorbis; digital images, including BMP, JPEG, and GIF; and interactive media, like flash animations. Handheld game consoles like Sony's PlayStation Portable and the latest cellphones are usually counted as a PMP, thanks to their playback abilities.
    Portable media players typically feature a color LCD or OLED screen. Various portable media players include the ability to record video and audio, and some have built-in card readers like SD or MMC, which makes it convenient to upload media directly to the player, or the memory is used as extra capacity.

    Where as MP3s just play music
     

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