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21. MP3, GMINI400 Protective/carrying
22. Digital Video Recorder 100
$85.49 $69.99 list()
23. Archos Digital Still Camera /
$384.99 list($599.99)
24. Archos AV320 Video and MP3 Jukebox
list($159.99)
25. Archos 10 GB Studio MP3 Player
list($299.99)
26. Archos Jukebox 20 GB Digital Audio
$27.95
27. Compactflash Reader Module forjukeb
$36.99 $35.95 list()
28. Fm Tuner And Remote Control 100FOR
$19.99
29. Archos JBM video / audio cable
$159.99 list($169.95)
30. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket
$53.99 list()
31. Archos CompactFlash and SmartMedia
$159.99 list($169.95)
32. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket
$159.99 list($169.95)
33. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket
$41.44
34. MP3, USB Ethernet Adapter
$159.99 list($169.95)
35. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket
$39.00
36. Multimedia Card/memory Stickreader
$61.74 $40.95 list()
37. Archos REMOVABLE BATTERY ( 500672
$50.91 list($49.95)
38. Archos Jukebox Stereo Microphone
$35.95 list($39.99)
39. Archos Travel Kit for Jukebox
$50.34 $34.99 list()
40. FM Remote Control AV300 Series

21. MP3, GMINI400 Protective/carrying

Asin: B00078VMSY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 38916
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Product Description

Modische SchutztascheSchtzt das Display und die Anschlsse fr Video- und AudiobetriebMit Grtelklammer fr bequemen Transport ... Read more

Features

  • Modische Schutztasche
  • Schützt das Display und die Anschlüsse für Video- und Audiobetrieb
  • Mit Gürtelklammer für bequemen Transport

22. Digital Video Recorder 100

Asin: B00009914Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 26194
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Features

  • Digital video recorder add-on for Archos Audio Video Jukeboxes
  • Compatible with models AV320, AV340, AV120, or AV140
  • Record directly from your VCR, DVD or camcorder into MP4 onto the DVR100
  • Playback on the built-in color LCD of your Jukebox
  • Connect your Jukebox to a TV or video projector for large screen playback

23. Archos Digital Still Camera / Camcorder Module for Jukebox Multimedia

our price: $85.49
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Asin: B00007BGNT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 17145
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Features

  • Captures from 5,000 to 30,000 still pictures (depending on resolution, file type, & empty hard drive space)
  • Captures images in JPEG & BMP (4, 8, & 24-bit color)
  • LCD screen on the Jukebox becomes your viewfinder for the camera/camcorder
  • Captures video in 352x288 resolution using the AVI/MPEG4 format with MP3 audio track @ 30 frames/sec.
  • Video is VHS quality

24. Archos AV320 Video and MP3 Jukebox Recorder
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00009XFVT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 4577
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Combines a modular MP4 video player and recorder with an MP3 music player and recorder
  • Holds 40 hours of near-DVD quality MP4 video with MP3 sound
  • Record directly into MP3 from any audio source, including stereo-set or computer
  • Record video off of your television, VCR or camcorder directly into MP4
  • Functions as digital photo wallet or a data storage device that can store up to 200,000 photos

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good features but too many problems
The Archos AV300/320 holds a lot of promise as an all-in-one entertainment center that lets you play video, audio, photos, and more. It works well as a DVR (digital video recorder) and can be fun to use, but there are many problems that make the high price tag rather unjustified.

First of all the documentation is rather inadequate and confusing. Same goes for the interface. Your second impression would be how "cheap" the device looks and feels upon unwrapping. Don't expect your friends to go "wow" when they see it, although the 3.8" screen, when turned on, can get their attention. On the other hand, two problems: first, the screen is passive-matrix, not active-matrix. And I thought nobody uses passive-matrix any more! Second, the "big" screen drains the built-in LiIon battery fast; I average about 2 hours watching videos. So don't expect to pack this with you luggage so you can watch a feature film on your next flight. Third this is a brick and quite heavy for a modern portable, even without the DVR adapter (which you need to copy CDs and DVDs) and the bulky AC adapter. Finally, customer support is rather inadequate, you get long waits on hold and unhelpful support technicians.

On the plus side, you can indeed copy DVDs to the AV320, although that would be illegal. Any lawyers here to clarify the situation? Video and audio quality is pretty good, but again, because the built-in screen is passive matrix, it leaves much to be desired.

Overall, there are a lot of problems with the AV320, even though it's expensive. If you are a total gadget freak and have to have video on the go, this may be worth the price tag.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally!!
Finally, Archos gets it!! With this model, Archos has addressed most of the drawbacks of previous models. This product is actually in a class of its own! It does everything it claims to do, and does it well! The interface has also been drastically improved, though it is not obvious how to use the 3 "soft" buttons at first since the buttons are aligned vertcally at the right while the functions are listed horizontally at the bottom of the screen. However, a quick glance at the button descriptions in the quick-start guide is all you need to understand how everything works. Yes there is actually a quick start guide in addition to the well-written manual. The interface is much improved by the addition of a joystick. Also, the Operating System now allows file-handling functions such as rename, delete, etc to be done right on the jukebox, whereas a PC was required before. Also as with previous models, the jukebox looks like a hard-disk when connected to the PC which means transferring files back and forth is as easy as drag-and-drop (as opposed to using proprietary programs). The USB 2.0 connection is extremely fast and definitely a plus.

AUDIO: My biggest problem with previous models from Archos (as well as most competing products) was that they needed pre-amplified mics to make live recordings since the only audio input was line-in. Also live recordings in previous models tended to pick up hard-disk noise when using the internal mic, and some hum while using the line-in input. This model finally adds support for non-amplified mics. The audio input jack doubles as line-in and mic-in. Live recording is now very clean with no hard-disk noise, even when using the internal mic. I recently recorded a live concert with fantastic results. This model adds official support for playing WMA files. UPDATED: The latest OS update (free on their website) adds support for playing AND recording in WAV format (in addition to the MP3 format), which took care of the only major complaint I had with this model. You now have a full blown DAT recorder in your pocket! This update also allows you to do some basic audio and video editing on the unit itself. Way to go Archos!!

VIDEO: Video looks very good indeed on the large 3.8" LCD screen. May not exactly be DVD-quality as they claim, but its darn close! The included DVR module allows you to record MP4 video on the fly or you can convert videos to MP4 on your PC and transfer them to the unit. You can also use an optional camera accessory (AVCam 300) to capture live MP4 video to the hard-disk, in effect converting the jukebox to a VHS-quality camcorder.

PHOTOS: Pictures look great! The unit supports both JPEG (non-progrssive) and BMP. You can use the optional memory card readers to upload directly into the jukebox bypassing your PC, or you can download pictures from your PC. Or use the optional camera accessory (AVCam 300) to take live photos to the hard-disk at a 3.3 Megapixel resolution.

DRAWBACKS: The main problem is that battery life is less than 4 hours when watching videos. And since the battery is a proprietary non-removable Li-Ion battery, you can't just pop out the old battery and put in a new one. Of course, if you (like me) use it mostly for music, then the battery life is a healthy 8-9 hours especially if you allow the LCD to stay off (it goes off automatically after a few seconds). Also for the hefty price tag, Archos should have included the optional wired remote that adds FM Radio support. The lack of an included carrying case is puzzling especially since the cheaper Archos models all came with cases. Go out and buy a case right away to protect that huge LCD screen. A final (minor) complaint is the increased size as compared to the older models and the much smaller iPod. In an effort to save some money Archos uses standard 2.5" notebook drives instead of the 1.8" hard disks used in the Apple iPods. However the upside to this is that if you fill up the hard-disk, upgrading to 40, 60 or even 80GB using a standard notebook hard disk is not too difficult or expensive. There are many sites online that give you detailed instructions on how to do this. Of course, opening the jukebox will void your Archos warranty ..

VERDICT: Overall, the ease of use, the features, as well as the quality is miles ahead of any other competing product as well as older Archos models. Despite the minor drawbacks, Archos has done an outstanding job. This jukebox is well worth the hefty price tag, especially considering the new 30GB Apple iPod costs just a little less than this and plays MP3 files only with no recording ability whatsoever.

4-0 out of 5 stars So Long RCA Jukebox, I Have A New Love!
I bought the Archos 20 gig expecting nothing much. Was I wrong!!!! I am blown away by this gizmo as it compares to the RCA Lycra video jukebox!!!! It even competes with my Sony TV/VCR handheld which takes a direct digital signal in quality.

The screen is pure clarity! Beautiful! The unit is heavier, very sturdy. The video is all I'm interrested in, but if you put music on it and the image data is with the music file, that image (artists' CD cover) will show while the song plays.

Back to the video...easy as punch. The 20 GB (AV320) comes with a remote control and DVR attachment! You get your money's worth! Recording from the TV's digital cable box rendered beautiful images. Especially the cable channel! I suppose the quality of the source determines the quality of the playback, and cable movies must be digital because they looked like DVD quality!!!

I then made the haunting attempt to do what I could not on the RCA - transfer movies from my computer to play back on the Archos. Unlike the RCA, the Archos comes with software that makes this easy, so in one step I did it and it worked!!!!!

The sound is awesome!!!! Yes, it's bulky, but that's because it's using a laptop hard drive whereas the iPod uses a smaller one. It's like carrying a small brick around. But the iPod is a music player, and that's why I use it for that and this for video.

So far one downside: A case doesn't come with it and won't be available until the end of the month from their website for an additional $40. I'm going to hold on to my screen cover that came with it until then.

This is why I slave away at work! This is sooo cool!

2-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre At Best
I recieved the AV320 as a Christmas gift this past December. As you can see, it is now June, not six months later. My system is very messed up and often will not turn on. If it does turn on, it shuts off when it feels necessary. Or, lines appear on the screen. I don't know anyone else with this, so I can't say whether or not it's a common problem, but I do know that I'm taking it back very soon to replace it, probably with a Panasonic SV-AS10D. I thought perhaps it was a power issue, but it has full battery. I can only owe this problem to something with the machine.

However, I must admit that I like the HD screen very very much, and the sound quality is beautiful. I recorded a hardcore show one night, and upon playing it I felt like I was there again. It's a pity that it's so badly messed up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really good player/recorder
Finally, I found the device, which does most of things I was looking to have in mp3 player and does it fine. It plays mp3, wma, wav audio formats, records mp3 and wave formats, plays video with good quolity on ntse or pal TV as well as on the internal screen, has an optional FM remote control and works as external hard drive with no drivers. The user interface is really good, I compare it with Creative nomad, the interface on this player is much more user friendly. Yes, it is pretty big and havy, however not as bad as I thought. You will need to buy a case for it, however there are quite many available on the internet, and they are chip. And finally, nice surprise, the description sais that it does not have a replasable battery, however the internal battery is very easy accessable and can be easily replased. Just one screw and you open the battery door. It is possible to buy the battery from on-line stores for really good price and I already got one as a backup for long flights. So, 6 hours of video... ... Read more


25. Archos 10 GB Studio MP3 Player Jukebox
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B0000633EM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7281
Average Customer Review: 3.58 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dual 10 GB digital audio player and hard drive
  • Stores over 150 hours of CD-quality music, or approximately 250 albums
  • 2 MB memory buffer stores from 30 to 100 seconds of music to prevent interruptions
  • Can connect directly to your stereo with optional cable
  • Supports MP3 files; Windows and Mac compatible

Reviews (65)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent MP3 Player
I purchased the Archos MP3 player because 1. It costs about half as much as the IPod and 2. It is compatible with Windows right off the bat (no extra stuff to buy for a Windows machine). I've only had it for a short time, but I will say it - this player is fantastic. I had everything up and running in about twenty minutes. The instructions are rather sparse and not very well written, but there's not a lot of bookwork involved in the set-up. The most important thing to remember is to let the batteries charge for at least eight hours when you first start using the player. Everything else is intuitive for the computer-savvy and easily worked through by most everyone else. The device itself is smaller than my Sports Walkman. The navigation is easy, once you play with it a couple of times, and the drag-and-drop interface with Windows is seamless.

The only negatives I've run into so far is the interface on the MusicMatch Jukebox software is a little cluttered; The separate screens for play lists, recording, etc. do not lock together as smoothly as apps like WinAmp. Future MusicMatch versions will hopefully take care of that. The carrying case and headphones are kind of... too. I use my Sony headphones instead.

These are minor quibbles, though. Overall, I am very happy with my Archos player.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price. iPod is much better overall
Pros
150 CDs in your pocket - how cool is that?
Easy device-to-PC interface
Open source replacement operating system available

Cons:
Seems "fragile"
Operating System bugs
Poor User Interface on the device itself
Feature set needs improvement: needs bookmarking, total disk shuffle, restart current song.

Buy this MP3 player if you want big music storage capacity on a budget. If price is not an issue then you definitely want an Apple iPod. I paid $... for this (after rebate). I now see third parties asking for over $... - at that price stay away!

- 150 CDs in your pocket - how cool is that?
When it works, it works. You can load about 10,000 minutes of music and play it on the go. For $... that's a good deal. Just don't ever look at a friend's iPod. The iPod is about 2/3 the size, it super reliable, and the user interface is excellent. Plus the iPod uses Firewire which is much faster than USB 1.

- Easy device-to-PC interface
Install the driver and plug it in. It shows up as another drive letter. Very nice.

- Open source replacement operating system available
For those willing to tinker with such things:
http://rockbox.haxx.se/

- Seems "fragile"
In the 1 week I have had this so far, I have seen 3 hang-ups or boot glitches. I've been able to clear these and restore function by restarting the device, but this indicates a certain fragility in the O/S (or maybe the hardware).

- Operating System bugs
A search of the net finds that past O/S versions have been bug ridden. The most recent appears to be better, but I still found a bug in that you cannot delete all of the songs from a playlist (all but 1 is OK, just not all). This problem has a reasonable work-around in that you can do whatever you want to the playlist using a text editor when the device is hooked up to your PC.

-Poor User Interface on the device itself
It's actually not bad for 2 LCD lines and 6 buttons. I'm sure this helps keep the price down. Again, if you want a stellar interface, go iPod.

--- Feature set needs improvement:
- needs bookmarking:
It's annoying that when you turn it off and back on, you're always back at the top, and have to browse to find where you were previously at. Also, forget about audiobooks on this thing.
- needs total disk shuffle
Shuffle only works within a given folder. One workaround is to create a huge playlist of all your songs and shuffle that
-needs restart current song
Pressing "-" brings you to the previous song. To restart the current song requires the more arcane: on and >, followed by >.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice quality, price, but a bit bulky
I received this player for Christmas of 2002. I have since then put all of the songs from my CDs on to it, as well as some extra songs. The quality of this mp3 player is great! I recorded the songs onto it at CD quality and still have over 9GB left. The headphones that come with this player are nice too, except they can irritate your ears if worn for over about 15 minutes. A charger is also included, as well as a carrying case (though the headphones don't fit in it).

The price is very good for a 10GB player! You can also use your Jukebox as a hard drive to store all of your data files. However, the USB 1.1 connection is not fast and takes awhile to transfer songs if you record at a high rate. This means that if you put the songs on the player at CD quality or higher, it takes awhile.

It is also quite obvious from the picture that this MP3 player is not small. This is not a good device to use while jogging or doing active things, etc. This player is more for those who have quite a large amount of music and want to carry it with them.

So here's the review in brief:

The Good:
-Lots of storage for the price!
-Charger, case, headphones included
-Good playback quality
-Doubles as a hard drive for data storage

The Bad:
-Heavy, not good for listening to while playing sports
-USB transfer is slow (but I recorded at 128-224kbps)

Summary: If you like having nice quality music with you and hate bringing your CDs everywhere, this is for you! Especially if you want something inexpensive, yet has a lot of storage. This isn't for the person who looks to enjoy his/her music while active, though (Ocassionaly it freezes while I am mowign the lawn while listening to it).

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Player/ External hard drive
If you're looking to store a large sum of MP3s this player is for you. Over all play quality is not bad. If there is a lot of noise around, like when your cutting the grass the volume just does not put out to hear the music. Getting a better head set helped out a lot. Battery life is good, on the down side the battery is internal and cannot be removed. I travel a lot to different countries were I can't recharge the player. Overall This is a good player and it makes a nice external hard drive as well.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good for the money....... until the hard drive crashes
If your looking for an economical way to carry a whole bunch of music around with you, and be able to listen to it with pretty good quality, then this player may do. Don't try to do anything physical though, a little jostling and it'll lock up on you. The sound quality is pretty good, especially with some decent earphones. Download Rockbox firmware for a better interace and some cool new features. Also, be prepared to buy a new one every couple of months. Me and a friend of mine both bought this player at the same time. His lasted about a month b4 succumbing to a "HD ERROR" and mine lasted almost 6 months b4 doing the same thing. On the plus side I spent under 150 on the thing, and got a lot of use out of it over the past half-year. In the end, though, I would recommend shelling out the extra cash for something smaller, lighter, and more reliable. ... Read more


26. Archos Jukebox 20 GB Digital Audio Player/Recorder/Hard Drive 500277
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000633EO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 8368
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Archos Jukebox Recorder 20 combines an MP3 recording device with a 20 GB hard drive for storing up to 330 hours of MP3 audio. Merge your entire collection of MP3s and CDs onto one handheld device. Slip it into your pocket, and listen to all your favorite music wherever you go.

You can record from any analog or digital source at bit rates up to 160 Kbps, and you can port your recordings back to your PC without any specialized software. The Jukebox Recorder 20 hard drive doubles as a portable 20 GB hard drive for PC or Mac laptops and desktop computers to store all your data, images, and software. The Jukebox Recorder 20 is compatible with USB 2.0, with up to a 480 MBps transfer rate; it's also backwards compatible with USB 1.1. (Note that if using a USB 1.1 connection, the maximum transfer rate you can expect is 12 MBps.)

There's no need for special software to download MP3 songs--just drag and drop MP3 files from Windows Explorer or from the Mac desktop. Update with a simple click at the Archos Web site and download the latest firmware that supports additional software extensions.

The Jukebox Recorder 20 is powered by either AC power (adapter included) or four AA batteries. It also comes with stereo headphones, carrying pouch, USB cable, master software, and driver diskette. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual 20 GB digital audio player and hard drive
  • Stores over 330 hours of CD-quality music, or approximately 500 albums
  • 2 MB memory buffer stores from 30 to 100 seconds of music to prevent interruptions
  • USB 2.0 interface for transfer rate up to 480 Mbps
  • Supports MP3 files; Windows and Mac compatible

Reviews (160)

3-0 out of 5 stars Quirky - but not bad.
Ok, first the bad news.

1) 20 gig capacity - not quite, more like 17. Quite a bit but not what the label says.

2)Contrary to some reviews, the documentations isn't all that bad. I wouldn't call it well written or well organized but the information is there - it just takes some digging and patience.

3) 10 hour battery life - not hardly. More like 2-3 if you're transfering a lot of files to or from your computer. Use that AC adapter.

4) When you plug in the AC adapter, the player goes into battery charging mode and you can't use the player until it has charged for at least an hour. It's not a funtion of battery power. You can fully charge the batteries for the 15 hours Archos recommends, disconnect and instantly reconnect the adapter and the 1 hour timer kicks in again.

5) Most of the accessories are useless or worse. The case is a cruel joke (needs more protection for the unit and storage for headphones and USB cable). The head phones are slightly useful thanks to their in-line volume control but you can easily buy better ones from other sources. The AC adapter and the USB cable are the only ones you really you need.

6) It would be nice if it came with a DC adapter so you can use and charge it from your car. You can buy one from them or go to Radio Shack and get one for half the price.

The good news.
1) It's not that hard to use. It's fairly intuitive and the on screen menus are easy to navigate once you get the hang of it.

2) Great sound quality and enormous capactiy.

I'm glad I got this player because it is a good way to transfer large files between my computers, but, my CD based MP3 players will still handle the lion's share of my portable music needs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent HD-based MP3 Player
A great hard drive-based MP3 player. The USB 2.0 connection is fast - copying files from my PC-based music library (currently about 3000 songs total) is a breeze. Windows XP installation is a snap - the accompanying CD is not needed for driver install (tho you'll need the CD for older Windows versions). I was concerned about sound quality - comparable units from Creative Labs are rated at 98db signal-to-noise ratio, and the Archos is rated at 'greater than' 90db...but it sounds great, both in the car (with a cassette adapter) or with a decent pair of headphones (the 'phones supplied with the Archos are cheap, as usually is the case - I didn't even bother trying them). The software on the Archos is pretty good, but even better is the Rockbox replacement (freeware available on the Internet). Rockbox has tons of nifty, configurable options to customize your player. I highly recommend the Archos to anyone who wants to make a large music library extremely

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware of ARCHOS
I have purchased 3 different Archos MP3 Players and they all have 1 thing in common within a year they are broke. I like the features and the ease of handling with their product but the quality is just not there. The Studio 20 is a paperweight. The 2nd I gave away and the 3rd one Broke today. Their support is inferior and takes forever. The batteries constantly die out. Good product just bad engineering. Dont make the same mistake I did it will be a waste of money. I think I am going to get a IPOD

2-0 out of 5 stars Big bad surprise
1. 20 GB is not 20 000 000 bits, so forget you can store 20 000 000 bits of music on your 20 GB device. I do not remember exactly but it is like 19,4 milion bits. That was a first surprise :-(

2. Second one was a recorder. I could not record using any external source, just through inbuilt mic (but forget using this one- you hear rather noise of hardisk than the sound you wanted to record).

== I wrote to Archeos - email - long and polite - I included my date of purchase etc. - NO ANSWER from customer service departement!!!!!!!! (after 4 months still waiting it ...)
I am not from USA, I bought it there but I live in the Europe now. Any phone calls and snail mail is very expensive for me.
I threw my money for Jukebox -that is basicly good thing- but couple important details make Archeos Jukebox recorder 20 GB very expensive china garbage.
Think twice before you buy it. Good luck.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good
I found this to be handy. Its a bit bigger than I hoped but it does store 20 GB. That's a lot of data! ... Read more


27. Compactflash Reader Module forjukeb 10/20 AV120 AV140 AV320 AV340

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Asin: B0000992CP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 9080
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28. Fm Tuner And Remote Control 100FOR Av 100 Series

our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00009VD89
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 12037
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29. Archos JBM video / audio cable ( 100887 )

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Asin: B0002X1K22
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos Technologies
Sales Rank: 14174
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30. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket Music Player Techno Blue
list price: $169.95
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B0009MC3PY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
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Product Description

Archos (500714) Gmini XS 100- 3GB Hard Drive based PlaysForSure audio player. Play MP3, WMA, WAV and ... Read more

Features

  • neues und einzigartiges Jukebox-System zum Verwalten von Musikstücken
  • MP3 & WMA-Player mit Unterstützung von Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • kleines und kompaktes Gerät in trendiger Metallic-Farbe (nur 90g)
  • Akku über USB aufladbar
  • Abspielen von Musik auf der HiFi-Anlage über Standard-Audiokabel (optional)

31. Archos CompactFlash and SmartMedia Module for Jukebox Multimedia

our price: $53.99
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Asin: B00007FS38
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 35213
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32. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket Music Player Volcanic Black
list price: $169.95
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B0009MC2LE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
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Product Description

Archos (500711) Gmini XS 100- 3GB Hard Drive based PlaysForSure audio player. Play MP3, WMA, WAV and ... Read more

Features

  • neues und einzigartiges Jukebox-System zum Verwalten von Musikstücken
  • MP3 & WMA-Player mit Unterstützung von Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • kleines und kompaktes Gerät in trendiger Metallic-Farbe (nur 90g)
  • Akku über USB aufladbar
  • Abspielen von Musik auf der HiFi-Anlage über Standard-Audiokabel (optional)

33. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket Music Player Funky Pink
list price: $169.95
our price: $159.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009MC3AE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Archos (500712) Gmini XS 100- 3GB Hard Drive based PlaysForSure audio player. Play MP3, WMA, WAV and ... Read more

Features

  • neues und einzigartiges Jukebox-System zum Verwalten von Musikstücken
  • MP3 & WMA-Player mit Unterstützung von Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • kleines und kompaktes Gerät in trendiger Metallic-Farbe (nur 90g)
  • Akku über USB aufladbar
  • Abspielen von Musik auf der HiFi-Anlage über Standard-Audiokabel (optional)

34. MP3, USB Ethernet Adapter

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Asin: B0009JTS7S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
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35. Archos Gmini XS 100 3 GB Pocket Music Player Ice Grey
list price: $169.95
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B0009MC3H2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
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Product Description

Archos (500713) Gmini XS 100- 3GB Hard Drive based PlaysForSure audio player. Play MP3, WMA, WAV and ... Read more

Features

  • neues und einzigartiges Jukebox-System zum Verwalten von Musikstücken
  • MP3 & WMA-Player mit Unterstützung von Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • kleines und kompaktes Gerät in trendiger Metallic-Farbe (nur 90g)
  • Akku über USB aufladbar
  • Abspielen von Musik auf der HiFi-Anlage über Standard-Audiokabel (optional)

36. Multimedia Card/memory Stickreader Module for AV120 AV140

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Asin: B00009VD88
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 24239
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37. Archos REMOVABLE BATTERY ( 500672 )

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Asin: B0002Y6CUQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos Technologies
Sales Rank: 3651
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38. Archos Jukebox Stereo Microphone
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B000096B00
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 6998
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Noisy, weak, and horrible.
I read the bad review and thought maybe the guy hadn't set things right. I made sure I had the best settings --- quality 7, 48 KHZ sampling, stereo, source "line in", and made sure the gain was set high. The results still sound like crap: recording my wife's choir from about 15 feet away, there was lot's of noise and the signal was very weak so you had to turn the volume up to the highest level to hear anything (which makes the noise all the louder). It might be that the line-in on my Archos Jukebox Recorder is bad/noisy, but anyway you're not going to get anything decent with this. In fact, except for the hard-drive noise, the built-in Archos mic sounds much better than this (can even get it to record in Stereo if you use Rockbox). Summary: do not buy this; instead record with a DAT or minidisc (or good PC soundcard) and good mic, or be content with the built in mic which actually isn't that bad in my opinion.

1-0 out of 5 stars Big disappointment
I was trying to buy an external microphone for my Neuros MP3
player and recorder. I read the review of the previous guy
and I thought I would get something decent, even if I understood
I wasn't getting the best. Well, I found out that the distortion
is really bad and I decided to return mine. Thanks, Amazon, for
taking it back. I recommend you buy something better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Indispensable if you want to record with a Jukebox Recorder
I give it 5 stars for the value, as well as for the more than adequate quality for its intended home audience.

One of the reasons I bought the Archos Jukebox Recorder (AJBR) was its ability (at the time pretty unique) to record live. I was quickly disappointed with the quality of the recording, though. The built-in mike, albeit very convenient, picks up every noise the hard drive makes. It seems that every 30 seconds or so it starts spinning to save to disk what has been recorded, and the startup noise and the whirring really screw up whatever you're trying to record. Adequate for quick note taking, or possibly for a lecture, for instance, but not for any recording that needs to be as pristine as possible, like little Johnny's first recital. Fortunately, you can use and external mike with the AJBR. Unfortunately, not _any_ mike will do: you can't just plug in one of those convenient mikes that came with your computer, as the Recorder requires a pre-amped input. You need a battery powered pre-amped microphone.

The Archos microphone is quite adequate, and its price can't be beat. Regular pre-amped microphones, which are not that easy to find in your average music store, start at a much higher price, and pro-level setups will be more expensive than the AJBR... Quality-wise, I'm sure that those other microphones will provide better performance, but for everyday recording, it works just fine and totally gets rid of the harddrive noise. It's also quite adequate for home-quality voice or music recording. The stereo lapel mike is small enough, and has a clip to attach it, well, to a lapel - not so hot if you want to mount it on a stand or whatever, but it's not to hard to rubegoldberg a way to rig it. As it plugs into the preamp through a regular jack, you can also replace it with another more convenient and/or better mike if you want. The preamp is quite unobtrusive and can be hidden easily, and it has a clip to secure it to pants or shirt. I can't vouch for actual battery life: I've had the same AAA battery for probably 8~10 hours of recording over a couple months, and it's still holding up.

Caveat - make sure to choose Line-in in the input menu. If you keep "Mike", the built-in mike will be still selected and active, and you'll end up with the same crummy quality.

A bit off subject, but another warning still related to the mike usage: the AJBR is brain-dead when it comes to naming files - and as you already know if you own an Archos Jukebox, the manual is a useless mess. A new recording will use the last file name you entered, and stealthily overwrite your previous recording :-( BEFORE starting the recording, you should surf on into the folder where you want to store your file, and change the filename in the Record menu. Then you can launch the recording session. (Of course, if you use the wonderful Rockbox instead of the OEM software, the process is more intuitive and safe.) One nice feature, though, is that once you've started recording, you can hit the F2 button to create new files on the fly, sequentially numbered. Nice to, say, store your schoolband's various fighting songs in separate files. You can pause with F1, and stop the recording with F3. Don't forget to use the Lock feature to avoid messing your recording: press and hold the ON button for a few seconds. Pressing ON again will unlock the other buttons. ... Read more


39. Archos Travel Kit for Jukebox Digital Audio Players
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005NRMZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 9108
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Everything you need to connect your Archos Jukebox to your car stereo
  • 12VDC power adapter and cassette adapter
  • Six-button remote control
  • Dual RCA jack to 3.5 mm mini-stereo adapter cables and wrap-around headphones
  • Compatible with Jukebox 6000, Studio 10, and Studio 20; not compatible with Jukebox Recorder

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars A collection of overpriced junk.
Unless you really need the remote don't buy this junk. Even the remote is pretty useless. It has a two foot cord on it which begs me to ask the question "Couldn't you just as easily use the buttons on the player?" It also doesn't have a clip on it so if you're thinking of attaching it to something you best be prepared to slap some velcro on it. The cassette adapter is useless. I don't even know anyone with a cassette deck in their car anymore. The headphones are crap unless you like listening to just treble. No bass response at all. Turn the bass up on the player and you're listening to sweet overpowering distortion. The stereo cable can easily be found somewhere else. The car power adapter is a cheap, underpowered universal type. You'd be better off buying a 9v radio shack adapter with more mah.

1-0 out of 5 stars The product that doesn't exist
The vendor took my money and failed to ship the product, which they now say is out of stock. However, there was no notification to me (during a one month wait) and no refund until I specifically wrote and asked what happened.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst experience ever
Send me a generic/universal car kit instead of real car kit and off course it did not work no contact # for customer service on their website. Goods arrived late. WORST POSSIBLE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE will not recommend to anybody

2-0 out of 5 stars An assorted collection of almost useles stuff
I have owned this kit for about 3 months. You get a cheap cassette adapter to connect your jukebox to a car with a cassette player. This is not different from any cheap car adapter you get at your local pharmacy. You also get a power adapter for the car - this is also a general voltage adapter which plugs into the cigarette lighter adapter. You get another cheap pair of headphones similar to the ones that shipped with your Jukebox. About the only useful thing is the remote control which is of moderate use if you place your jukebox in a place that is inconvenient to reach directly when driving. It seems like a useful collection but in the end I only find myself using the power and cassette adapter. Then again, its not that expensive. Just do not expect too much or good quality - this is cheap aftermarket stuff.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fully Compatable with Jukebox Recorders after update
After you update your Jukebox recorder's firmware everything in this (including the remote control) is compatable.

The remote is pretty good. I like Lyra 2's remote better for on person use. This one works better stuck on the dash of a car or truck. It should come with an adhesive pad to stick it to your car but it doesn't.

The charger plug thing isn't anything special. And the casette adapter is one made for a portable cd player. It even has the "compact disk" logo on it. Not like that matters but if it were my product I'd put my logo all over it. The "y" cable is decent but about 3 feet too short to be usefull. This kit also comes with the same folding "behind-the-neck" headphones. They are very light and comfortable but they are kind of quite and lack the bass of Sony's "behind-the-neck" headphones.

If you've got an Archos Jukebox Recorder you'll need this for your car. The remote is great. Everything else is standard. And I'm pretty sure using any kit besides the Archos one will void the warranty on your player. ... Read more


40. FM Remote Control AV300 Series

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Asin: B0000E61EX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Archos, Inc.
Sales Rank: 10869
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