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Zoinks, Kenwood just loosed yet another Media Keg design into Japan. Two in fact, each sharing the same guts: the sophisticatedly-smarmy GD55 and whimsically-chintzy GD50. Both feature up to 2GB of flash, a 4-line OLED display, a USB mass storage mode and support for MP3 or DRM'd WMA audio with up

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September 28, 2007 at 6:21AM
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While the phrase \"world's smallest disk-based digital audio player\" will likely be enough to convince some to thrown down the Yen for Kenwood's latest Media Keg, the good folks at Impress' AV Watch nevertheless decided to check out the player for themselves to see how the rest of its features stack

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Kenwood's been churning out DAPs with high quality audio for awhile now. Some with disks, some with flash, but all with superior sound quality to the usual wares. Now they've taken the whole kit and shrunk it down into this, the world's smallest disk-based DAP. Sporting a 10GB (presumably 1-inch) d

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Kenwood just unleashed a new line-up of flash-based MediaKegs in Japan with their M2GC7 (2GB) and M1GC7 (1GB) DAPs. In addition to boasting Kenwood's new digital amp with \"Supreme\" sound technology and cross-hair interface, these 15.5-mm / 0.6-inch thin, 44-gram / 1.55-ounce players support MP3/WAV

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Kenwood has been messing around with this whole 1.8-inch HDD DAP thing for a while now, and though they've had some hot specs show up in their Media Keg players, they can't quite seem to pull everything together for a real winner. For instance, though the Media Kegs have had 2.2-inch QVGA screen

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