Muzio JM-200 Small OLED Music Player Review

Posted: Aug 9 2004, 3:57am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:47pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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We reported about the Jungsoft Muzio JM-200 Music Player that features a two Color OLED Display and SRS Sound in early July. The story got slashdotted back then demonstrating the interest in this new music player. Korean Jungsoft the maker of the Muzio Music Player series sent us this high quality Flash player that is not yet on the US market.

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"I was interested in the SRS and TrueBass Sound effects to see if this small player makes a difference in listening to music. I am actually most impressed by the TrueBass feature, techno and trance sounds amazing with this setting.
I usually do not care about the software that comes with music players. In this case I played with it because it lets me customize the animations and personalize the screen-saver."
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