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Linux Media Player Roundup - Part 4

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Welcome to part 4 of our media player roundup. Today we'll be covering a couple of interesting players that most older Linux users may remember, and most new users may not even know exists. We'll also be covering players that don't typically fit what would be considered the norm for a media player, but which provide you with quite a wide range of possible applications for daily use. But first I once again want to thank everyone for their feedback. It's been educational to me (hey, even I don't know everything) and a number of the suggestions have been passed along in one form or another to you, the reader.

So, without further delay, let's dive in and see what up on our platter for today!

Mpg123

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