How to can I repair my Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player?
I have an Intel Pocket Concert Audio Player, it was dropped. It still works sort of. Headphone
connection is off and volume control does not work. Can you reccommend somewhere to see
if it is repairable?
I do believe that the player is no longer made by Intel, if it is not repairable can you suggest
what would be a great MP3 player I could buy too replace it?
Thanks for your time!
This question was answered on December 14, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.If it has warranty you can send it to Intel for the repairs http://www.intel.com/support/peripherals/audioplayer/pconcert/spares.htm and yes it is still made by Intel So repair the one you have so you can continue to enjoy great beats
My suggestion of anopther great MP3 player would have to be.SonyJapan has just introduced two new cutting-edge handhelds The PEG-NR70 and PEG-NR70V both have built-in keyboards and 320 by 480 color screens They also have built-in MP3 and ATRAC3 audio players In addition, the PEG-NR70V has a built-in camera
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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on December 14, 2003