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Samsung K5JAB (4GB)
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Samsung is one of the world's leaders in terms of delivering high quality electronics. Founded in 1938, and are today one of the most trusted name brands when it comes to mobile phones, TVs, audio players, and household appliances. Today, Overclockers Online gets to look at a new audio player from Samsung, the K5 (or K5JAB, the 4GB model).

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Audio players have become a part of everyday life for many people, and with the Apple iPod line of products dominating the market, Samsung releases a new product into the competition, the K5. There have been built-in speakers manufactured for many products, varying from cellphones to audio player accessories. As these speakers generally get smaller due to portability issues, sound quality is sacrificed; more specifically, the bass is almost completely eliminated. Hopefully, the K5 will be able to deliver great sound quality through the small built-in speakers.

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