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Best Non-iPod Digital Music Player?
February 2, 2016 – 02:50 pm
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Best Non-iPod Digital Music Player?When you want to take your music with you on the go, you have a couple of options—you can stream everything from a web service, but that doesn't do you much good if you're on a flight, in the subway, or somewhere else without a data connection or Wi-Fi. Sometimes it's just better to load up a device with some tunes, plug in your headphones, and go. This week we want to know which device you think is the best fit for the job.

The iPod is still the king of the digital music player market, so we're pulling it out of the running so we can get some great competitors in the lineup. If you just use your smartphone to carry your music (and who can blame you, it's a great option, one you have with you at all times), then just comment with "VOTE: MY PHONE." No need to get into model numbers or brand names. Aside from that, if there's a great music player that you rely on when you travel, whether it's old or new, we want to hear about it. Leave your vote in the comments below.

Hive Five nominations take place in the comments, where you post your favorite tool for the job. We get hundreds of comments, so to make your nomination clear, please include it at the top of your comment like so: VOTE: BEST NON-IPOD DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER. Please don't include your vote in a reply to another commenter. Instead, make your vote and reply separate comments. If you don't follow this format, we may not count your vote. To prevent tampering with the results, votes from first-time commenters may not be counted. After you've made your nomination, let us know what makes it stand out from the competition.

About the Hive Five: The Hive Five feature series asks readers to answer the most frequently asked question we get: "Which tool is the best?" Once a week we'll put out a call for contenders looking for the best solution to a certain problem, then YOU tell us your favorite tools to get the job done. Every weekend, we'll report back with the top five recommendations and give you a chance to vote on which is best. For an example, check out last week's five best meeting minutes services.

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what is the best digital music player? | Yahoo Answers

If the connector in your car is like a rectangle, then its for an ipod, if it looks like a stereo connector( Head Phone) jack then anytype of mp3 player will work.
If it is the head phone type, then I suggest a Toshiba Gigabeat F40 (40gb), they are cheap because they are an older model and they dont play video. The Gigabeat S versions have video playback but more expensive and less battery time.
But when it comes to just music,music,music. The gigabeat will last a long time, and consumer repairable.

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