May 27, 2011 | In: Articles

Choosing an Audio Book Player

An audio book is a popular and convenient way to enjoy your favorite books. The growing popularity of audio books has added a demand for new technology advancements in order to appreciate them. Although audio books on tape are old-fashioned, some still prefer this for playing their favorite audio books. Nevertheless, today there are so many audio book players to choose from, depending on what suits you best.

Before you invest in a new audio book player, you have to evaluate what your needs are so you can choose the best audio book player for your lifestyle. CD audio books are perfect for those who could not download MP3 audio books. With CD, you can skip specific pages and get a hard copy of the audio book in your audio book library and take your CD along with you. CD has high quality sound through a digital format.

Probably the ideal audio book player is the MP3 player or other portable media tool with large memory storage. Audio book downloads in digital form are usually large, thus it requires a large memory space to store a few of your favorite books. The most popular MP3 player is the iPod. Audio book players made for enjoying audio books are fast becoming popular too. With these gadgets, you could bookmark specific pages or sections to resume listening at the last place you left off.

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