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    Smile Music Player for 7 year old - advice please!

    Last Christmas DS got an MP3 player but it was a cheapie and the battery doesn't hold a charge now (it only plays 1 song before the battery runs out). I want to get DS something to play music but not too expensive (less than $50). It seems to be ipod or nothing and ipods are just too expensive.

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    You can get relatively cheap iPod nanos on eBay for about $50-$60

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    My daughter has a little Phillips mp3 player that we bought a couple of years ago from **** Smith, she's 8 now and still uses it and it was under $60. It's a great little player, great volume, easy to use and being that Phillips is a dutch company, they seem to make quality stuff.

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    my DD had a little mp3 player that was not an ipod .. it was great.

    she actually was just given a radio that plays mp3's as well (from a thumb drive or has a hard drive to store some) kind of like this

    http://www.eachbuyer.com/4gb-mini-lc...5&eachbuyer_au

    works really well

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    here - D*ck Smith still sell them

    http://www.dicksmith.com.au/mp3-play...orf-dsau-c7755

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    Just looked up the name of my dd's and it's a Phillips 'GoGear RaGa'.
    My daughter's is a hot pink one, but they come in various colours.


 

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