Viewing apple II output on a MP3 player

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I have an apple IIc, I want it to be truly portable--like a laptop. You can get MP3/4 players on ebay for under $50, and here's my question:

Do most MP3/4 players have a composite NTSC video input?

Thanks!

~Mark Baldridge

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I'd be impressed if you could

I'd be impressed if you could find -any- portable mp3 players that have an analog video input.

There are, however, portable LCD TVs that have A/V inputs. Check ebay...there are a number of cheap ones available. Just make sure they come with the required a/v cables.

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Okay! Thanks!

Okay! Thanks!

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There are also portable DVD p

There are also portable DVD players, some of which have AV inputs. I've been keeping an eye out for one with a broken DVD drive for some time.

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Course, if you can find a sui

Course, if you can find a suitable MP3/MP4 player, the other big advantage would be saving all your tape software as audio files on the same player

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Ooh, now that'd just be too c

Ooh, now that'd just be too cool. Wink