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No problem jusst wanted to know if the mixsonic

No problem just wanted to know if the mixsonic aim mp3 2gig i saw on overstock has a timer record feature for fm radio

well the one on the O was a 2 gig

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I'm taking a look at the Amazon page for the player: http://www.amazon.com/Aim-1g-mp3-black/dp/B001D0EJ80 and I see no mention of a timer record feature. Hope this helps.

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