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    mikotheboss
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    What do you mean a phone that lets you download ringtones? Do you mean download ringtones by a cable or what?

    (,") Miko (",)


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    Basically all polyphonic phones allow ringtone download via WAP or Internet; formats used are SP MIDI for NOKIA (regardless of 4 or 16 voices, i.e. 3510 or 6610 ); it seems there are limitations of file size - I have never succeeded in downloading anything larger than 8k; The same midi files are suitable for Siemens C55 , this one accepts ADPCM wav files as well, the only limitation being free memory available. For Samsung 600/620 and T100 , as well, presumably, for LG an Panasonic (still haven't got any of them to test) there are Yamaha SMAF standard mmf files, maximum 8K for 600 series and 16K for T100; once again I was never able to download anything larger that 8K via wap. Of course, these limitations can be avoides using data cable or IR.



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    i got a new motorola 322 not sure how many it hold but its very nice for the price i got it at.



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    New Audiovox is out now, looks good but battery sucks



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    SANYO 5300......THAT IS ALL



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    Nokia 7650 without a doubt. 24 voice poly tones, meaning that a straight midi upload to the phone is all that is required without any prior midi modification.

    Close second would be the Samsung T100, great tones (16 voice i think), sounds great, and the tones are loud! Conversion from midi to mmf can be fiddly, but end results are usually great.

    Poor third would be the Nokia 7210, only 4 channel poly, conversion from midi to 7210 mid format sounds poor IMHO. a nice phone, but its too little too late.



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    jayz big pimpin



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    I think that Nokia 7650 uses the same ring tones of samsung except the format as Nokia uses MIDI format will Samsung uses MMF. But as you mentioned Ferris the ring tones in T-100 is clear and loud than in 7650.

    (,") Miko (",)



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    I don't have any complaints about my ericsson t300... I kind of like how it looks, tho getting the USB cable to work was a bit tricky...



  10. #80
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    I have the Samsung N400 right now with Sprint and this phone has awesome ringer capabilities. So far the best ones that I have heard are.

    Forgot about Dre - Dr. Dre w/ Eminem
    Better off Alone - Alice Deejay
    Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
    Jammin - Bob Marley

    Later,

    Cabel



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