MP3 Linux Players

Is MP3 the wave of the future? Mr. Knudsen describes this new technology and what it will mean to the listener.
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how to use a player in linux

SHAIK's picture

how to use a player in linux and play in it without internet files being installed...

Re: MP3 Linux Players

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Do you happen to have an mp3 shelf unit, for a home entertaiment center. We are looking for a simple black shelf unit. An mp3 player that just plays regular cd's and mp3' cd already burned in the blank disks. We have burned some of our best songs as mp3's on blank cd's . Now we need a a black self unit that can play this particular cd's.

No problem

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No problem

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