Philips GoGear Muse
Released September, 2009
The Pros:Great format support - includes FLAC and OGG. Built-in FM tuner with 20 presets.
The Cons:Unlikely to go on sale in Europe or the USA.
The Philips GoGear Muse is a portable media player designed by Philips to replace the GoGear Opus as their new flagship PMP. It includes a larger 3” WWVGA display, as well as a digital FM radio and an included pair of noise-canceling headphones.
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Included with the Muse is Philip’s new proprietary FullSound technology designed to equalize varying tones from musical tracks. This results in higher-quality audio with more precise lows and highs. Note that the Muse PMP plays BOTH audio and video files, including — but not limited too — MP3s, MPEG4s, and MMV9s. It also hosts a rechargeable battery that Philip’s claims can handle 30 hours of continuous music or 6 hours of continuous video. At the moment, the GoGear Muse is scheduled for release in Singapore; we do not yet know if it will be hitting the States as well.
- Philips Flagship PMP
- 3” WWVGA Display
- Digital FM Radio
- Noise-Canceling Headphones
- FullSound Technology
- A/V Playback
- Rechargeable Battery
- Real Audio
- Philips GoGear Muse | 16GB - $262.00
- Philips GoGear Muse | 32GB - $295.00
User Reviews (1)
great format support - includes FLAC and OGG
built-in FM tuner with 20 presets
unlikely to go on sale in Europe or the USA
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