However, like most Bluetooth mp3 players, you will not benefit from Bluetooth underwater, you will only use the mp3 to listen to music. The i mp3 player is small but powerful; it boasts of a whole 8GB internal storage space, you can, therefore, create that dream workout playlist with up to songs.
With so many songs to listen to, it would be such a pity if you got a limited playback time. Luckily, you get 10 hours of continuous playback in between charges, so you can work out for as long as you want.
You can bring your audiobook, podcast or best songs with you as deep as 10ft underwater when swimming thanks to the IPX8 waterproof technology the player uses. The earbuds are flexible and fit snuggly saving you the trouble of muffled sounds caused by water entering the ear canal.
Best Budget. Shop now at Amazon If you mind your coins, you best get yourself this high-quality and remarkably affordable waterproof mp3 player. It is cheap, but it does not perform cheaply. It comes in 2 colors, blue and pink with a durable clip that you can hook onto your headband or goggles. It features short-cord headphones that are inconspicuous as well as earhooks that ensure you have a secure fit.
The Diver waterproof mp3 player is totally waterproof and can be submerged in the water for as long as 24 hours without getting damaged. With the Diver DB mp3 player, you will enjoy about songs thanks to the 4GB internal memory it has, and you would not have to recharge your battery for a good 16 hours.
You can easily connect it to Mac or Windows PCs to transfer files on account of the plug and play technology it employs. Transferring the files merely involves copy pasting- can never be easier right? And, it is made possible with the USB cable the player comes with, which, by the way can be used to recharge the battery.
One praiseworthy feature of the Diver DB is that it is compatible with Bluetooth headphones. So whenever you are not using it in water, you can connect it to other headphones that could have better sound quality than the original ones that come with it. You can avoid this by wearing a swim cap. Check out this Youtube Video of the Diver DB for more information on its features, usage, and value. Shop now at Amazon This is a perfect companion for anyone who loves to hear the sound of their favorite playlist while having a good time in a hot bath tub, shower, sauna, or taking a swim in hot springs.
Other than these, there is much more you can do with this pleasant mp3 player. Its frame is made with strong and flexible PP material that you can adjust to fit your head perfectly- No standard head size! It features a pair of waterproof swimming headphones with multiple earbud options for your perfect fit, a USB cable and a pair of ergonomically designed earplugs. It is IPX8 waterproof rated and heat resistant up to 60 0 C so, you can swim up to 10ft deep in cold or hot water indoors or outdoors.
The mp3 player is built with a 0. With a removable 8GB USB flash drive, you can download up to songs which you can play for as long as hours underwater.
After hours of playback time, depending on the volume, you can recharge the battery for only 2 hours. Since the mp3 player is extremely lightweight, you will have no trouble moving around and doing any type of workout activity as you will forget you have them on. Also, it has control buttons that make listening to music while swimming such an exhilarating experience. Best for Lap Swimming. Shop now at Amazon Say goodbye to boring laps.
Your body will be done, but your heart will keep you going with beautiful tunes from the wholesome H2O Audio mp3 player. So what exactly makes it one of the best waterproof players for lap swimming? The player comes in an ergonomic design, best suited for usage in water with multiple earbuds options for your perfect fit and superior comfort.
For a secure grip, the player has a built-in snap-clip that rotates, which you can hook on your goggles, swimsuit or board shorts. It also features a Bluetooth receiver that you can use to stream music from your phone which you can connect up to a range of 30ft.
The Bluetooth does not work underwater, so you have to stick to the music in your internal memory during your laps. You can buy this player with peace of mind because it is waterproof rated IPX8, thus, submergible up to 10ft underwater. So, no worries about a little poolside splash or any kind of wet environment causing damage to it.
With 10 hours of playback time and 8GB internal storage, you can make lap swimming worth looking forward to every other time. The memory space allows you to make a playlist of your liking consisting of over songs. When you buy the player, you will find it pre-loaded with some relaxing music to get you going. The H2O Audio mp3 player offers premium sound thanks to the highest quality internal sound components that create an excellent sound with a superior and enhanced bass. This makes it one of the best waterproof players for lap swimming because everybody loves the pleasant sound of their favorite music.
Check out this video of the H2O Audio mp3 player, and see if it is your next go-to gadget for your lap swimming fun. Best for Casual Swims. Shop now at Amazon So if you would like something basic but good enough to let you enjoy music during your casual swim, surfing or boarding, this is your ultimate pick.
The Exeze Rider has features that make it perfect for your needs. First off, it has the highest waterproof rating, IPX8, so, you can swim as much as you want up to 10ft underwater, sit in the bath tub or run in the rain with it. The player comes in a package with waterproof headphones that have earhooks for premium comfort and secure fit.
It also has a swivel clip at the back which you can hook onto your goggles or swim wear for a secure hold. The Exeze Rider offers a seamless enjoyment of your pool or ocean fun time, allowing you to store up to songs in the 4GB memory space it has. With all this music you get a battery life of 12 hours that perfectly matches it. To transfer files, you can connect the player to your windows or Mac PCs using a USB cord and then simply drag and drop. The only downside to this player is that it has no shuffle feature and it only supports the mp3 audio format.
You also cannot create playlists, what a shame! But hey! Its basic and this is what basic is like. Best Flexible. Shop now at Amazon Just like its name, the Pyle Flextreme is one of the best waterproof mp3 players for swimming that are highly flexible. If you are fond of flip turns, you want to make sure you get a player with a one-piece construction that maximizes an obstruction free swim for you.
With this player, you can forget the mess caused by headphones and cords. It comes in a wraparound style that makes it flexible enough for multiple sports activities. In the package, you get two types of earbuds; for land and water use in multiple size options so you can customize the fit. Once you place the player underneath your swimming goggles, you are sure they will stay put when you swim laps because the earbuds fit snuggly. The design of the player also provides you with unsurpassed comfort and a tight seal.
Buy with no worries because it is IPX8 waterproof rated as well as dust proof. The issues with MP3 files could result in poor sound quality which arises due to missing VBR headers, bad codec, poor compression technique and various other issues.
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I keep losing and its pissing me off! Thread starter NissanZaia Start date Apr 19, Status Not open for further replies. NissanZaia Smash Rookie Apr 19, Heck I got banned form online so many times because I raged quit. I hate seeing people show off on YouTube thinking they're so better because they got 80 and above in FG. Why though, how do they do it? Do I have bad luck? How to Tie a Neckerchief. How to Spot a Wave While Surfing.
How to Make Ice Cream. How to Make a Sponge Cake. How to Become an Herbalist. Authoritative 90, academically researched articles Trustworthy expert co-authors across 30, articles Read about our editorial process. How to Tie an Adjustable Knot. How to Extend the Battery Life of an iPad. How to Use Curry Powder. Sorry, spitting out the industry line doesn't work here. Even the Supreme Court says so They are suing XM for making a recording device that can record only copyrighted material.
But the Supreme Court is likely to feel very differently about a device that records only copyrighted music. Plus, the fact that XM tried to buy a license from the RIAA but was unable to agree on price makes the whole thing "willful infringement.
The RIAA isn't suing individuals for recording songs. There's nothing wrong with making a device that can record copyrighted material. What law have you been reading? You need to go back and hit the law books again.
You do realize that any piece of content has an automatic copyright on it? So, Xerox machines, tape records and VCRs copy only copyrighted material too. Hell, what about TiVo? Considering that it only records what's on TV, that's quite similar to the XM device and that's perfectly legal.
And, recording something for private, non-commercial use is considered as such. Check out the home recording act It could lose. Of course, if it did, Congress would pass a law making it legal. Nowhere does it say what you claim it said.
Please point to the clause. Yeah but if you xerox your own poetry you're not breaking the law. That's not the point at all. You said it was for non-copyrighted works, which is not true. Er, the main one! Letting people record the music they listen to. That is legal. Well, then sell your Sirius stock immediately because they made the foolish decision to pay the RIAA for something they didn't need.
You're confusing a couple of things. First of all, because something is legal doesn't mean it's ethical. Second, what you're paying for when you pay for digital radio service is to hear the songs when they are played over the radio, not for the right to listen to anything that has ever been broadcast at any time whenever you feel like it. Recording can help increase interest in an artist, but it also can hurt sales; and in the end, it is the artists and the record companies that own the rights to the songs, not you.
It should be their decision whether or not to allow you to have the song for free in hopes that you buy the album. Finally, it's important to realize that it takes more work than just by the artists to get a product completed and out on the market. The producers, marketing people, the people in the cd pressing plant, the people that signed the artist - none of them make a cent when you see the band in concert, or when you buy one of their t-shirts.
It's the same in any industry. Of course not, because there were other people involved in the process of getting that product out on the market that should be getting compensated too. Why should it be different for music? The simple fact is were it not for all these people working in the music industry, you would never have heard of the band, never gone to the concert, never have bought their t-shirt. Why are they undeserving of being compensated for their work? That still doesn't explain how listening to music you like is somehow unethical.
This is false. You have ever right to record the music you listen to for your own listening pleasure. Again, this is a drastic misunderstanding of the law. The artists have the right to say how they sell the song, but what you do with it, beyond distributing it to others is perfectly fine. When you bought your car, did Toyota or whoever tell you they can stop you from driving it on weekends?
No, once you bought it, it was yours. Cry me a river. And when the automobile came along, were you standing up for the poor buggy whip makers who were about to go out of business? If they can't figure out how to make money when the technology changes, that's not our problem, it's theirs.
No, but not for the reason you describe. In that case, it's a tangible product where something is lost. Making a personal copy for yourself of a song you PAID to listen to is not, in any way, the same thing. Yes, the record companies and artist own the rights to the music, but XM pays the artist for the music.
The songs recorded on the Innos is only good for as long as you have a subscription, so the it doesn't matter if you keep a song on your inno for years, as long as you pay your sub- fees, the artist get their cut. Where is the problem with that? Weasel , 18 May pm. By downloading the song for 99c from itunes, it is still going into their permanent library. If I go out and buy the CD in a store, the CD itself is semi-permanent, and it is not illegal for me to make "backup" copies of the music.
How is your question relevant? David So I'll bite, what the hell do you do for the music industry. This aught to be gooood. I do bitch work for a college music promoter. I'm a year out of school now. I don't even get paid; I do it because I'm hoping I will eventually be able to get a job in the industry.
And I don't know that I'll be able to get one any time soon, despite the fact that I'm overly qualified. No one in the industry is hiring right now. No one. People are getting laid off constantly.
And it's easy to point fingers and say people are greedy, but it hasn't always been like this, and there's no evidence that anyone in the industry has gotten greedier. It's been a slow, steady spiral downhill since Napster took off. Joe Vandal , 18 May pm. Can our locally-focused site be targeted for even sharing information on how to use bittorrent? We run several tech articles, and some of them have explained the power of Bittorrent and how to use it.
We also have a live chatbox, where more detailed conversations have taken place with people swapping information sometimes on. Are we liable for even discussing this? Well all that relentless ranting has finaly convinced me, i need to pay for my music! Who do i make the check out to? Adolph or anti-christ?
Hey, get your facts straight. Humming a tune to your kid is not "unlawfull reproduction" it's an "unlawful performance. DavidGoffy , 18 May pm. You know why everyones broke? Because the music industry as we know it is dieying. I fore one will not be bringing flowers to the funeral of the music industry, in fact I will be dancing on its grave listening to my collection of MP3's that helped nail their coffin closed.
Evolve or die. Promoters, agents, marketeers and all the other leaches in that industry have sucked it dry. This industry punishes the fans and the artists at the same time. Anonymous , 18 May pm. It's about time someone brought forward the idea of lifetime licence fees for all digital media.
Pay one price and the media is yours You own the rights to the works, not to the format in which you receive it. I bought a vinyl copy of Led Zeppelin IV years ago. I have long since lost the original album but since the advent of digital media, I have it back. Should I feel guilty because I downloaded a copy from Limewire? Invaders, Last Kingdom Walking with Dinosaurs The Forgotten Secret World of Alex Mack Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad Jack of All Trades Battle Creek Dirty Sexy Money Murder in Suburbia Black Lightning Players, Midnight, Texas Rules of Engagement Doogie Howser, M.
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