TEAC MP-1000 allows up to 18 hours of MP3 recording or playback

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TEAC announces the addition of two models to their line of compact MP3 players. The MP-1000 even features a 1.5 GB hard disk for recording from any analogue or digital sound source. Like the slimline MP-10 CD player, the MP-1000 is a highly stylish and wasy to operate product.

TEAC MP-10Slimline MP-3 CD-Player

The MP-10 features ultra slimline design (height 18mm) and supports CD-DA, MP3 and WMA. You can use audio CDs, CD-Rs as well as CD-RW discs. All functions are controlled by a small remote control with LC display. MP-10 also provides automatic battery recharging function and comes with an additional battery compartment.

TEAC MP-1000: HDD MP-3 Player/Recorder

Teac MP-1000 MP3 Player-Recorder Featuring a 1.5 GByte hard disk, flagship model MP-1000 is both an MP3 player and a recorder. Weighing 80 grams only, It stores up to 400 songs in MP3 format. Recording is possible from any analogue or digital audio source. The MP-1000's USB 2.0 interface (compatible with USB 1.1) allows file transfer from a computer at 480 MBit/s.
Providing a built-in microphone for voice recording, the MP-1000 even can replace a Dictaphone. The MP-1000 also features an integrated FM receiver with automatic transmitter scan and frequency memory function.
The backlit 8-digit LC display (128 x 128 pixels) shows controls, play lists and directories. If no button is pressed for 3 minutes after playback has stopped, the device automatically switches off.
Sporting a frequence range from 20 Hz to 20 KHz, the MP-1000 provides EQ presets Normal, Classical, Rock and Jazz allowing user EQ It supports supports MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer 3, Windows Media Applications and the open-source audio format OGG.
06/2004 Pro-Music-News

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