iPods allow you to take as much as 10,000 songs with you anywhere in your pocket. If you store music on your computer, then just plug your MP3 player into the computer and all of your music will be loaded onto your iPod within minutes. CDs take a while to burn, but CD players are good for traveling if you don't have a laptop, since you can always find a CD store where you can buy new music. CDs are better for live DJs because right now, the live mixing technology is still better (although more expensive) with CD than MP3. I'm trying not to be too biased, but it's hard to think of any advantages to CDs. MP3 players are far more flexible. I'm a mobile DJ and I use CDs for DJing, but only because I've got thousands of dollars invested in CD turntables, which aren't exactly portable. I bring literally thousands of CDs with me to every gig, but then I have trouble keeping my music library organised, so when a song is requested and I don't know off hand where it is in my CD collection, I often just play it off my iPod, which means I can't do much mixing. -DJ Craig Thats easy, an iPod is just a smaller version of a portable CD player that can hold a much larger amount of songs along with videos and pictures. I have a nano and love it. I highly suggest getting one. You can put all your CDs onto a device the size of a small cell phone.
The Sony will be more expensive, while the Coby will be a bit cheaper and offer a longer battery life.
The similarities between them is that they play music, and they use batteries.
A portable cd player will only play cds. A portable dvd player will play dvds, as well as cds. A dvd player is mostly different in that it will play movies.
A car player means that the player is built into the car. A portable DVD player can only be played in the car by connecting a DV-power cable to the car battery.
I don't think that there is a difference. Any iPod or Zune type mp3 player is portable but there are also standard versions of it. You may be thinking of a computer program, such as itunes that is an mp3 player without being portable.
A DVD is relatively portable but I suspect you mean a DVD player? In which case it's only portable if it's a portable DVD player.
Portable media player was created in 2002.
One example of a portable media player is an ipod.
There are differences between Real Player and BS player and these differences make choosing one a personal preference. The BS player is often considered easier customized and often makes it a preferred player.
The battery life on a sony portable DVD player really all depends on the size of it. It also depends on how you use the player. But average hours of a battery for a DVD player that is fully charged would be between eight and twelve hours.
my dvd player is so big that it is not portable.
The Sony DVP FX930 DVD player is a small portable DVD player. The COBY TFDVD7008 DVD player is another example.
Cd's are played in a CD player and dvds are played in a DVD player.
a portable DVD player can be reasonably priced depending on the features you are looking for. a portable DVD player with two screens is going to cost more than one with one screen.
There are many differences, but the main things are that an ipod can store music, pictures, and sometimes videos. An ipod can be either portable or you can hook it up to a stereo. You can use it practically anywhere. Its a great technological advancement if you ask me! There are many differences, but the main things are that an ipod can store music, pictures, and sometimes videos. An ipod can be either portable or you can hook it up to a stereo. You can use it practically anywhere. Its a great technological advancement if you ask me!
The most portable mp3 player is Philips SA1929/37 2 GB Flash Audio MP3 Player.
an itouch is a phone as a ipod is just a music player
A coach instructs players on what to do and the players do what the coach instructs them to do.
DVD player on planeYes, you can take portable DVD players and laptops.
The battery life of an LG portable DVD player solely depends on what type of batteries you are using for your LG portable DVD player. When that information is found out, you will be able to get a better answer to the question.
Similarities: 1) They're both round 2) They're both used to store data 3) They both spin when in use. Differences: 1) Hard disks use electro-magnetism to alter the orientation of iron particles to represent the 0s and 1s of digital data 2) CDs use a laser to carve 'pits' and 'valleys' on the plastic substrate to represent the 0s and 1s of digital data CDs cost far less per byte of storage. CDs are portable - they can be easily moved from a computer to a CD player and back and forth. Hard disks, for the most part, stay put.
Yes, this CD player comes with a pair of portable headphones.
RioVolt SP100 Portable CD/MP3 Player with 120 Second Anti-Shock has a lot of features. It is both a CD player and MP3 player.
A light weight portable cassette player is what you would want.
A portable CD player is good because you can take it everywhere, you can play it at the volume you would like, you can listen to any songs you want at anytime. The pros as a portable CD player are pretty much the same as an ipod.