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Music Stick
Music Stick
Music Stick

Music Stick

Micro music machine
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You're not still listening to your favourite tunes via CD or tape, are you? If so, we can only conclude that this is your first visit to Firebox.com, as anyone familiar with our site will know that MP3 is the format of choice for clued-up music fans everywhere. Other formats are becoming terribly last century, doncha know? What's more, MP3 players are getting smaller all the time, so they make ideal travelling companions.

Music Stick

If you're still an MP3 virgin it can only be because you are either (A): living in a cave, or (B): a bit of a technophobe/tightwad. If the truth lies in the latter assistance is at hand. The brilliantly simple Musicstick 128MB MP3 Player is one of the best entry-level players we've seen in ages, and it's so easy to use even a complete compudunce will be able to get to grips with it. Simply find a USB socket on your Mac or PC, plug in the Musicstick and away you go. There are no cumbersome cables to deal with as this stylish little device plugs directly in. Just drag your MP3 and WMA files over to the Musicstick icon and you're ready to rock! The MusicStick will hold up to 2 hours of MP3 or WMA music files at reasonable sound quality, up to 4 hours at lower quality.

MusicStick: scale shot

Barely bigger than a disposable lighter, the Musicstick looks as good as it sounds. Easy-to-use operational keys are arranged in a thumb-friendly oval, so, despite the lack of screen, finding tunes is easier than playing the triangle.

Music Stick

But what about the music? Well, this ultra-compact sliver of circuitry packs quite a sonic punch considering its size, and the earbud headphones are every bit as good as those featured on far pricier players. One AAA battery provides up to 6 hours of continuous playing time - so, unless you're planning on running the marathon in a deep sea diving suit, lack of juice shouldn't be a problem.

Music Stick: button layout schematic

Did we also mention that the Musicstick can be used as a mass storage device to transfer files to and from other computers? Well it can. So there! All in all, this marvel of musical miniaturisation is the perfect way to start enjoying the wonders of MP3. It's not big, but it is clever.

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    Free UK Delivery Over £100
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    Next Day Delivery Not Available
    Description

    You're not still listening to your favourite tunes via CD or tape, are you? If so, we can only conclude that this is your first visit to Firebox.com, as anyone familiar with our site will know that MP3 is the format of choice for clued-up music fans everywhere. Other formats are becoming terribly last century, doncha know? What's more, MP3 players are getting smaller all the time, so they make ideal travelling companions.

    Music Stick

    If you're still an MP3 virgin it can only be because you are either (A): living in a cave, or (B): a bit of a technophobe/tightwad. If the truth lies in the latter assistance is at hand. The brilliantly simple Musicstick 128MB MP3 Player is one of the best entry-level players we've seen in ages, and it's so easy to use even a complete compudunce will be able to get to grips with it. Simply find a USB socket on your Mac or PC, plug in the Musicstick and away you go. There are no cumbersome cables to deal with as this stylish little device plugs directly in. Just drag your MP3 and WMA files over to the Musicstick icon and you're ready to rock! The MusicStick will hold up to 2 hours of MP3 or WMA music files at reasonable sound quality, up to 4 hours at lower quality.

    MusicStick: scale shot

    Barely bigger than a disposable lighter, the Musicstick looks as good as it sounds. Easy-to-use operational keys are arranged in a thumb-friendly oval, so, despite the lack of screen, finding tunes is easier than playing the triangle.

    Music Stick

    But what about the music? Well, this ultra-compact sliver of circuitry packs quite a sonic punch considering its size, and the earbud headphones are every bit as good as those featured on far pricier players. One AAA battery provides up to 6 hours of continuous playing time - so, unless you're planning on running the marathon in a deep sea diving suit, lack of juice shouldn't be a problem.

    Music Stick: button layout schematic

    Did we also mention that the Musicstick can be used as a mass storage device to transfer files to and from other computers? Well it can. So there! All in all, this marvel of musical miniaturisation is the perfect way to start enjoying the wonders of MP3. It's not big, but it is clever.

     

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    Package includes:
    • SA105 player
    • Earbud headphones
    • USB extension cord
    • One (1) 'AAA' battery
    • Quick start quide
    • Warranty card


    Minimum System Requirements
    • Windows®98, 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP (driver is required if under Windows 98SE) / Macintosh OS X or higher
    • IBM PC / Mac compatible machine with USB port
    • Pentium MMX 233MHz or higher
    • CD-ROM drive
    • 64 MB minimum RAM
    • 10MB free space minimum on hard drive
    Technical Support:

    The Music Stick is not recognized on my Windows 98/98SE computer.
    Click here to download and install the Win 98/SE drivers (400Kb). Connect the player to your computer and follow the on-screen instructions to finish installing the driver.

    After transferring files to the player, music did not play or data was not present.
    First, make sure that the music is in MP3 or WMA format. However, the Music Stick does not support encrypted MP3 files. Also, make sure that you did not disconnnect the player before the red LED stopped blinking.

    The buttons do not work when I power up the player. You might also notice that the green light goes on for 1 - 2 seconds, but the Music Stick will not play. Make sure the HOLD switch is in the off position. This should solve your problem. Also, check the battery is in the correct position, or try with a fresh battery.

    Can I use/make playlists on the player? No. Simply transfer the MP3 and WMA files you want to hear directly onto the player.

    For further technical support, please email custservice@auviusa.com.

     

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