Record Or Listen To Your Favorite Tunes With The RIDATA MP3 Player
Advanced Media, Inc., manufacturer and marketer of the popular RIDATA brand of recordable CD and DVD media, electronic storage products, and digital media accessories, has added an RIDATA MP3 player with a two-color 128X64 OLED Display to its RIDATA brand of storage products.
The RIDATA MP3 player is the ultimate on the go partner to store and take essential files and music anytime and anywhere. In addition, the integrated FM radio keeps users current with the latest news and music, while the built-in voice recorder will help you to remember vital information when it's needed.
The compact RIDATA MP3 player supports MP3 / WMA / WAV audio formats and is equipped with a high speed USB 2.0 interface. The player is designed to meet the performance, capacity, ruggedness, and small form factor requirements of today's portable audio devices and features: multi-language graphic user interface, A-B Language learning, hot key for FM/REC/EQ/A-B, five EQ modes (Normal / POP / Jazz / Classic / Rock), and digital voice recording in SP/LP/EP sample rates. There is an SD/MMC card slot (with a capacity for up to 1GB) and a line-in recording from CD player or phone as a WAV format, also offered is an optional FM radio feature.
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