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MP3 Player That Does Not Make Unwanted Noise

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#1 BestBro


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Posted 13 June 2015 - 03:59 AM



I would like to ask whether you are aware of any mp3 player that does not make any sound while pressing its buttons and switching songs.


I do have an mp3 player (it is iPod Shuffle) but when I press the "next" button (the button which makes the song which follows the song which is currently playing play), it makes a rather loud sound. This is not “electronic” sound, it is simply the sound most buttons make when pressed - they kind of “click” when you press them. 


I would like to be able to use an mp3 player  so that when I press the buttons on the mp3 player, it is not loud at all and can't be heard.


Can you recommend any such mp3 player? Ideally, the mp3 player should be of small size, such as the new iPod Shuffle.



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