MadPlayer Demos @ Selected Retail Outlets

Posted: Dec 13 2002, 10:20am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

MadPlayer Demos @ Selected Retail Outlets
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All over the New York City/Metro Area, Los Angeles and in San Francisco/Silicon Valley (schedule), the MadPromoTeam™ is giving in-store demos every weekend through Christmas. Since October, I have been evaluating the MadWaves Madplayer (MSRP: $299), a super cool cutting-edge pocket sized digital audio French designed appliance. It is a FM Radio, a digital audio/music recorder, a copy right free music maker, a hand held studio, a karaoke machine, an MP3/WMA player/recorder and a whole lot more. Blow-by-blow reports, videos and music can been accessed in the NDR LiveJournal.

The MadPlayer is so over-the-top that you just have to get one in your hands to understand exactly what it is and how it is able improve the quality of your digital lifestyle.

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