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MiniDisc Players were first released in the late 1990's by Sony but were very expensive, over £300 at least. This meant they didn't really catch on until the prices started becoming lower in the 2000's. One reason for this may be the low cost / cheap minidisc players released by companies such as Aiwa and Sharp.
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interest-free credit. Littlewoods Index has a section dedicated
to electrical appliances such as Aiwa, Sharp and Sony Walkman
- Comet are one of the UK's leading electrical high street shops
and supply a great range of home entertainment systems, eg, widescreen
televisions, dvd players, dolby surround sound stereos. Comet
also supply a wide range of Aiwa, Sharp and Sony Walkman MiniDisc
Community Portal - Hi-MD Brings Minidisc Format to Fruition
January 2004: Sony introduces Hi-MD (specs,web) with a new 1GB
medium, existing media reformatted to 300MB.
- Peter Ravn's
MiniDisc page - Peter Ravn's MiniDisc page. Hacks, tips
and tricks on Sony MD units... Visit the US National Debt Clock.
Welcome to my MiniDisc page.
- Aiwa AMX9L - recordable persoanl minidisc player with a great backlit LCD.
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Better value than high street
Summary of MiniDisc Players
|Hi-MD is a nearly complete revamping of the original Minidisc system. The most significant change is the introduction of Hi-MD media, which includes a new 1GB blank in the existing MD form-factor and a reformatting of existing MD media that doubles its capacity to 305MB. In addition, several important and long wished-for Minidisc capabilities have been incorporated into Hi-MD equipment.|
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