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Transcend Tsonic 520 Flash MP3 player
Dennis Hissink : January 14th 2006 - 14:15 CET
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TranscendTranscend Tsonic 520 Flash MP3 player : Transcend announces the release of the Transcend T.sonic 520 Flash MP3 player. The Transcend 520's Karaoke-type feature encourages you to sing-along by displaying the lyrics of the song you are listening to on its screen. In addition to supporting all of the popular music formats, MP3, WMA and WAV, the T.sonic 520 Flash MP3 player includes many extra features as standard. You'll find an FM Radio, Digital Voice Recorder and Line-In Function (record directly from a CD player) packed into this MP3 Player's small frame, and because the Transcend T.sonic 520 is powered using one AAA battery it can be carried and used anywhere without having to worry about recharging.
Transcend Tsonic 520 Flash MP3 playerTranscend T.Sonic 520 - OLED display
The stylishly compact T.sonic 520 has a mirrored faceplate from which a bright OLED display magically appears, it easily slips into your pocket or bag, measures only 74mm x 30mm x 18.5mm and weighs a mere 28g (minus battery). The T.sonic 520's user friendly design means transferring music to the player could not be easier, simply connect the unit to your computer and drag and drop your digital music onto the T.sonic, the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection will take care of the rest.

Transcend T sonic 520 - Direct CD player
Alternatively, you can use the player's Line-In function, which gives you the convenience of recording music directly from a CD player. You can even use the Transcend T sonic 520 as a transfer and storage device for your computer files and the included software can be used to Lock your computer and setup Password protection for your files.

Transcend MP3 player - FM radio and Effects
The Transcend T.sonic 520's FM Radio can preset your 20 favorite stations and has the ability to record from the Radio. In addition to the Radio the player's Digital Voice Recorder can be used to record memos to yourself, or from others. The Transcend T.sonic 520's A-B repeat feature allows you to replay a designated section of a track and when you combine this with the unit's adjustable Playback speed control you get the functionality of a nifty language learning tool. Other impressive Transcend T.sonic 520 features include 7 Equalizer effects with a customizable USER EQ mode, support for filename and song/artist title in 12 user languages and simple Jog-wheel control. So, give your music a makeover with the stylish, fully featured T.sonic 520 available now in 512MB and 1GB flavors.

Transcend T.sonic 520 Flash MP3 player features
- MP3 Player which supports MP3, WMA and WAV formats
- FM Radio (FM Radio recording and the ability to preset 20 FM radio stations)
- Digital Voice Recorder
- Karaoke-type lyrics display
- Direct Line-In recording from a CD player
- A-B repeat function
- Variable Track Playback speeds
- Supports 12 user languages including song/artist name display
- USB Flash Drive capabilities for data transfer and storage
- Included Software for Lock your computer and setup Password protection
- Self-luminous Color OLED Display
- Vibrant clear display, easily viewed at any angle and in any light
- 7 Equalizer effects, including a customizable USER EQ setting
- Hi-Speed USB 2.0 compliant and USB 1.1 backwards compatible
- Jog-wheel control
- Powered using a AAA battery (1 AAA battery supports over 15 hours)
- Auto-powers off after 2, 10, or 30 minutes of no usage
- Automatic screen saver runs if the unit is idle for more than a few seconds

About Transcend
Founded in 1988 by Mr. Peter Shu, Transcend Information, Inc. is a global leader in the memory and consumer electronics industries. We design, develop, manufacture and market all types of memory modules, flash memory cards, USB Flash drives, MP3 players, portable HDDs, multimedia products and accessories. With offices around the world, including the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, Transcend has evolved into a true global presence. A complete and professional package of Sales, Service, Delivery, and Local Support is offered to all Transcend customers.

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