Portable MP3 PlayersWelcome to your complete MP3 player guide
The portable MP3 player market is booming. Current expectations estimate that there will be over 50 million units sold in 2008 as new products are introduced and technology evolves.
Welcome to the Digital Music Museum, a website designed to profile the top portable MP3 players currently available. This website profiles the leading portable MP3 player manufacturers and gives an in-depth look at their products.
Portable MP3 Players ProfiledFirst, you have to get to know the manufacturers. Please use the links below to begin your stay at the Digital Music Museum.
Please do not forget to bookmark this website if you are in the process of researching products for yourself or a loved one.
The goal of the Digital Music Museum is to appeal to a variety of users as the products themselves do. We understand that some consumers have only a very basic understanding of the technology and verbiage used when describing these products.
On each of the above pages, you will find links to pages profiling each of the models produced by the portable MP3 player manufacturers. You can either use that menu our our MP3 Player Grid to browse each of the portable MP3 players available.
Latest MP3 Player News
SanDisk launch a sleek video MP3 Player: Sansa View (Moldova.org)
SanDisk, the second largest seller of MP3 players in the United States, announced the new Sansa View ? a video MP3 player with a vast array of features and generous capacity, at an unbeatable price. The sleek-looking Sansa View marries the finest MP3 player attributes with full-motion video support (typically found in larger portable media players (PMPs)), a larger screen, long battery life and ...
MP3 Players Still Making Us Deaf (Yahoo! Tech Advisors)
They've been trotting out this news since the iPod was invented, but now a British hearing loss charity has put some muscle and some numbers behind the news that portable music players could be making millions of young people lose their ability to hear . The UKers at the Royal National Institute for Deaf People tested 110 random people and found that 72 of them were listening above an ...