Question by  Atul (48)

How many songs can I put on my MP3 players, and how do I choose a good one?

I need a tough MP3 player that can stand up to time.


Answer by  aiibis (175)

It all depends on how much space your MP3 has to offer. Keep in mind that some players such as Apple require you to use only their website at 99 cents per song. If it is a generic one you can download from any site, sometimes for free.


Answer by  TanBanana (33)

It all depends on how big of a hard drive the MP3 player has. An 8GB will hold 1,750 songs or 10 hours of video. A 32GB will hold about 7,000 songs or 40 hours of video. You will also need a good, solid case to protect your MP3 player.


Answer by  NobodysHome (385)

MP3 players come in all kinds of different sizes. Usually at least a hundred can be loaded, and what is best depends on your use for the product.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

The best thing to do is to look at the gb. If you get an eight gb you will be able to get roughly 2000 songs. If you get a 16 you can get about 4000 songs.


Answer by  Allstar (2071)

How many songs depends on the capacity of the player. The most rugged ones are those that don't have a hard disk in them, but use solid state memory.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Look online for a list or cheap durable players. A lot of people, like Cnet, have reviews or various ones. To know how many songs will fit just divide the capacity by the average size of your mp3's. However the actual drive will be slightly smaller than advertised.

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