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Sony MZ-N10 Mini-Disc Player
Page 3 - Conclusion
Author: Philip Lam (Phirewerkz)
Date: April 12, 2003
Category: Audio
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Overall, the MZ-N10 is the best MD Player I've seen (and it should be). It is one hot tomalley packed into a nifty magnesium body providing quality music. The one downside of the MZ-N10 is the cost, which is about $350 US at the moment. Also, the paranoid ones out there may be freaked out because the built-in battery may lose its capacity after prolonged use. Although the money is substantial, the quality and features make the MD worth buying. The MZ-N10 will make the consumer happy.

There are countless points that make the MZ-N10 the best MD player out there. Everything that it comes with will make teens and adults happy and busy with the nifty little features and tidbits. Another great thing about the MZ-N10 right now is whipping it out when someone shows off his or her MZ-N1. Going to the Sony Store when they are just promoting the MZ-N1 and showing them something they have never seen before is good for a chuckle. The date the MZ-N10 is to be released in major multimedia stores is not known at the moment; the MZ-N1 and other N series have only begun to set foot and become more popular in North America. I give the MZ-N10 4.5/5, where 0.5 is deducted for the reduction of playtime (one-half of the MZ-N1), the cost, and other miniscule things that bother picky critics.

Sooner of later, I feel that North American consumers will experience the shift from MP3 Players to Mini-Disc Players, just as they did from CD-Players to MP3 Players. No matter what model of MD-Player it is, they are all light, long lasting and economic. Each disc costs about $4 US, and can hold up to 300 minutes of music. When the prices of these units come down, more and more people will have a chance to own one. More evidence of this belief comes from the booming number of companies like SHARP who have also decided to expand their industry by creating Mini-Disc Players of their own.

The MZ-N10 will soon be revealed to North American consumers, and it will be a very popular gift on the shelves. Special thanks goes to my friend for lending me his unit to review as well as comments which were beneficial to the review. For more information, please visit http://www.minidisc.org/part_Sony_MZ-N10.html.

Final Score Editor's Choice

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