Last year, Archos’s original Jukebox Recorder impressed us with its ability to encode MP3s to a hard drive. It enabled users to record straight from a camera attachment. Microphone Microphone Form Factor. Make a mini boombox DIY: Views Read Edit View history. Jukebox Recorder 20 Battery Life.

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It even corrects skips and errors in songs that the stock Archos software does not.

jukebbox Last year, Archos’s original Jukebox Recorder impressed us with its ability to encode MP3s to a hard drive. Carrying Case Case type. But not everyone needs special EQ settings for multiple environments, including train travel.

A much simpler interface would have been one that placed each recording sequentially in a directory on arcchos device or allowed the user to assign a directory to hold recordingswith each recording automatically given names like “1”, “2”, “3”, etc.

To record, one must first “name” the file that will hold the recording.

Still, the latter number–a brisk two songs per second–compares favorably to that of other hard drive-based MP3 players with fast connections that we’ve tested. The Bottom Line If you need lots of music at your fingertips and hate bloated interfaces, the Recorder 20 is the device for you. Behind these choices lie myriad playback and recording options that let you fine-tune EQ using graphical sliders, choose recording quality, and create playlists on the fly, among other things.


It enabled users to record straight from a camera attachment.

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Sure, Archos’s Recorder 20 is neither as small or sleek as the iPod nor does recordeg have all the bells and whistles of Creative’s Nomad Jukebox 3. Although Archos continues to provide firmware updates, compared to Minidisc equipment, the recording procedure for this device is absolutely archaic, to wit: This was one of the first Hard Disk-based portable audio players, and at the time was relatively expensive.

The 15 GB version was short lived. DC power input, USB, audio line-in, headphones.

Archos Jukebox Recorder Silver/Blue ( 20 GB ) Digital Media Player

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The two can be somewhat differentiated because earlier Recorder models came with the smaller hard drive capacities: Laptops by John Falcone May recordsr, Some confusion exists regarding the speed of the Recorder’s USB port. This means that you can play back audio over the folding around-the-neck headphones or on a stereo with optical-digital or analog RCA inputs. As far as controls go, the player’s 10 buttons are arranged for very intuitive operation, which almost makes up for the fact that the in-line remote consists of only a volume wheel.


The latter device does not display recording levels but can record to WAV files for higher-fidelity sound. The device’s inputs and outputs are just as versatile: It has also arcuos reported using a compact flash to Archod adapter and compact flash card will allow the use of solid state storage, which has no moving parts and is less susceptible to damage from drops or sudden movements.

Retrieved from ” https: This means that you can simply drag and drop your MP3s, music folders, and any data files onto the unit without juebox how to use proprietary software.

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This reorder is only MP3 compatible, and was bundled with Musicmatch Jukebox to allow users to rip their music collection onto the jukebox. We’ve changed, we promise.

Apple’s iconic iPods are going away. Records from LINE, digital input, or built-in microphone. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. No problem If you’re among the admittedly select few mourning the passing of Agchos little MP3 players, fear not: We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read.