When Was the First MP3 Player Invented?

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The MP3 player was invented in 1997 by Tomislav Uzelac of Advanced Multimedia Products (AMP). The digital audio MP3 player was called the AMP MP3 Playback Engine. This was the very first, successfully designed MP3 Player. Shorty after the creation, two college students, Dmitry Boldyrev and Justin Frankel coded the AMP technology over to a Windows based application, better known as Winamp. Winamp, to this day, continues to be a license free MP3 Player.
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The MP3 player was invented in 1997 by Tomislav Uzelac of Advanced Multimedia Products (AMP). Although prior to this there were numerous research insights on the MP3, majority of them never worked until Tomislav invented the first MP3.
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