Pretty much any laptop will play MP3 files and I find VLC player (available free) is adequate as software. But you still need an amplifier and I use our our old Comber machine. My mobile phone is even more portable than a laptop and can play MP3 files too!
Lewes, East Sussex, UK
From: Steve Wyrick <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 16 May 2012, 19:43
Subject: Re: Music players
A fiddle would be easier on your back, much lighter than Sylvia's
accordion! Infinitely variable speed, reasonable volume, they last for
hundreds of years and are extremely low-tech, although there's a bit of a
learning curve involved... :-)
Seriously, here most teachers seem to be migrating to laptops or tablets
with external speakers. CDs are on their way out although I would expect
that they'll stick around in the niche markets like RSCDS for a while yet.
Longer-term you'll want something that can handle digital music files.
Can't help you with specific brands (I'm in the Apple camp myself). -Steve
On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 11:16 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org <
> > I have a Bugari, 80 bass, low G up 2 octaves + D and E. Weight about 18 > pounds. Lovely voice. I use a soft case with back pack straps. 5 treble > switches and 2 bass ones. > Hope this helps. > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: George Watt <email@example.com> > To: strathspey <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Sent: Wed, May 16, 2012 2:01 pm > Subject: Music players > > > > ow that my back is not so good, and Coombers weigh a bit, can anyone > advise on > really good player for dance classes? Not too expensive, great sound > quality, > ood volume for fairly large hall, speed control, free lifetime guarantee? > I'm > ot a techie so down to earth advise would be most welcome and most > helpfull, > hank you. > George T. Watt, > Ancrum Drive, > undee. > D2 2JB > cotland. > tel. 01382 642131 > > >