Get the power, texture and design in your palm with the new 8GB Sony NW-1000 and LG MFJM53 that offer a crystal clear audio and a stylish statement of strength and quality. The LG MFJM53 is more than just a typical MP3 player. Small and trendy, LG MFJM53 boasts a brilliant color display with a suite of voice recording, music, photo, e-books display and video functions. The LG MFJM53 supports Microsoft’s Plays for Sure and shows up as a player Windows Media Player can sync to straight away. The Sony NW-1000 delivers superb audio quality, enhancing your listening pleasure while on the move. Moreover, it offers you the option of plugging straight into your HiFi. Both are designed glossy black and support USB 2.0 swift interface. With any of these two in your pocket, there is no chance you will get bored.
Wow! This is sleek and sexy. This was the first thought that struck my mind after seeing the Sony NW-E005 that is colored in tempting pink. The USB-stick styled MP3 player offers a storage space of 2GB. CNET has filed a full review of the Sony NW-E005 player. Well, my first thought soon disappeared as I came to know that its display is hard to read in direct sunlight. Still, if you want something sleek yet sturdy storage-wise, you can go for the Sony NW-E005 MP3 player.
Apple’s iPod has an unequivocal domination in portable digital music players over the period. To answer the supremacy of iPod, Sony, following its NW-S700/600, has come up with hottest Walkman digital music players, featuring advanced sound quality and straightforward music downloads that even won’t require a computer. With built-in noise-cancellation technology, Sony’s first digital music player, with 80 gigabytes and 250 gigabytes hard disk drive, presents a basic connection to the Walkman and allow upload music from a CD unswervingly to the portable player without a computer. In the new digital player we may expect the features of NW-S700/600 such as 3-line OLED display, FM tuner, playback for MP3/ATRAC/ATRAC Advanced Lossless/Linear PCM and AAC/WMA sans DRM files, and the capacity to record from external audio sources to PCM or ATRAC3Plus, 3-minute charge for 3-hours of playback or a 2-hour full-charge for up to 50-hours playback as well. Two models, 2-gigabyte version for $US200 and 1-gigabyte version for $US170 are likely to escort Sony’s digital music players.
The SS-AR1, a new duo of wholly handmade speakers is the latest let loose of Sony. Each speaker comes with a maple wood case from Hokkaido in Japan. Presenting the range of 28Hz to 60 kHz, the dazzling duo speakers receives two 200mm cones, one 130mm cone and a 25mm tweeter as well. The hand-crafted SS-AR1 comes in 320 x 490 x 1080 mm dimension and weights 57kg (good for building strong muscles). One piece of the duo costs 6,000.00 euros but you require both of them (pretty smart).
To mend the earlier thrashings due to the exploding battery adversity that followed the launch of the PS3, Sony was desperately looking for some strong and forceful stand-ins to remain in the fray for supremacy in the MP3 player market. the word in the street says that Sony is on the hunt for an MP3 player, which will rather be in the lines of or could bear a resemblance to the Apple’s iTunes/iPod combo or Microsoft’s Zune player that you might be able to get hold of by the end of 2007. Stan Glasgow, Sony Electronics head, also hinted the desertion of the DRMs from the upcoming media player. Therefore, if the new player suggested by the Sony could be able come even a bit near to the aforesaid mighty players, who knows you will have another option to choose between. Better to wait and watch. No suggested words on pricing.
Extending the GT lineup of car players, Sony is all set for its new CDX-GT610U/CDX-GT616U, a CD tuner or changer controller with front panel USB input for personal audio player that allows playing all sort of music files in MP3, WMA, ACC or ATRAC formats from any type of digital source or system. Featuring the Sony-developed DRIVE-S chassis technology to ensure superior sound quality and 4 x 50W S-MOSFET output for sufficient power to run the system, together with the precise 24-bit D/A conversion for digital audio reproduction, the latest car CD player from Sony features a flip-down front panel flaunting a 13-segment fluorescent screen for disc, track title, artist and other information. Allowing plug and play connection, owing to the front panel’s USB socket, the latest car system also offers a Sony Walkman function that can be controlled straight from the front panel or through the small/handy remote, so back seat drivers could choose the play list from their place. The Sony CDX-GT610U/CDX-GT616U car CD player will be available sometimes in the month of January. No words on pricing.
Everything is going wireless with time and so is your sound system. Kenwood has rolled out a Digital Wireless speaker system with a unique design. They appear more like artillery shells. The system functions on 2.4 Ghz wireless frequency to provide you with 360 degree surround sound. A small transmitter unit has a high performance Class D amplifier fitted to it for a better output. Speakers are vibration isolated and glow beautifully at bottom giving out white light emitted by white colored LED’s embedded at their bottom. So to have a party what you need to do is just attach your DAP to the transmitter unit and pick up the remote control to manage this system. Via: newlaunches
Sony announced its two new Walkman units based on flash memory portable media devices to encounter video MP3 manufacturers. The Walkman series NW-A800 will come in 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB configurations and is not based on hard-drive. The Walkman Video MP3 player embrace 2-inch color LCD on which video can be viewed either vertically or horizontally and is 1.75 inches wide, 3.5 inches high, and less than a half-inch thick. Sony said that the new players will make downloading video content easy with a “simple drag and drop mechanism’, and will sport popular MPEG-4 and H.264/AVC Baseline profile formats, at up to 30 frames per second. You need to shell out $150 for 2 GB version, $200 for 4 GB and $250 for the 8 GB model. Image Via:Technewsworld
Whoa, that’s a neat tiny make. This lipstick-like flash memory Walkman comes straight from the house of Sony for the music nerds. The EW-010 series comes in two versions, the 1GB priced at €80 and the 2GB version priced at €100. Well, the rumor says that there was a 4GB version too that has disappeared all of a sudden somewhere. Via: SlashGear
confused about choosing the right DAP? Other than the popular LG FM37, sansa Connect, and Sony’s NW-A800, you have the new redesigned iRiver Clix now to choose from. The second generation iRiver Clix has just hit the States. The sexy looking device touts a 2.2-inch QVGA display, integrated FM tuner, voice recorder, sport for 30fps MPEG-4 video and Macromedia Flash Lite, as well as extensive 25 hours of battery life. You can have the 2GB model for $150 while the 4GB clix will set you back $200. Not a bad deal for such good specs. Via: engadget