The number of songs an mp3 media player can hold is based on the total amount of storage in gigabytes. A 16 gigabyte mp3 player can hold thousands of songs.
round about 2500 mp3 encoded songs
approx 220 songs
No, a 4gb mp3 player will not hold anywhere near a million songs. If you are lucky, you may be able to fit 1,000 songs onto such a device. This will depend on the size and quality of the songs.
a 4gb mp3 player can hold about 13oo songs but it matters how long each song is or if you have other downloaded things on there like if you have a movie you will get less room for songs .
250 normal size songs
It depends on the hard drive (or memory capacity) size of the MP3 player. Of course, songs of different lengths are different sizes, but the average song is about 30 MB. So if your MP3 player can store 1 GB (1000 MB), it can probably hold about 333 songs. This depends on the quality of your MP3 songs. Basically, the higher the quality of your songs, the bigger the files, and hence the less number of songs you can hold in your player. For 128M player, it can hold about 32 songs (128k bit rate). For 256M player, it can hold about 64 songs (128k bit rate). For 512M player, it can hold about 128 songs (128k bit rate). For 1G player, it can hold about 256 songs (128k bit rate).
Around 500 songs.
An MP3 player with 4 gigabytes of space will hold on average 1000 songs. The amount of songs that a 4 gigabyte MP3 player will hold depends on the size or length of each song; the average being close to three minutes.
The songs are on the drive, not the MP3 player. If you unplug the drive the MP3 player won't see the songs.
2,000 songs and up to 8 hours of video!!!