Originally Posted by michiganjfrog";p="
I've frozen digital cameras, mp3/mp4 players, dvd players, watches, telephones, speakers... you name it, never had a problem.
Just a word of caution to newbies: It's ok to freeze mp4 players as they work on a small voltage (3.7v).
But if someone decides to put their DVD player or amplifier in the freezer - make sure the place where you thaw it is low in humidity - cold metal will easily attract moisture to condense on it - and if plugged in without it being completely dry, you will most likely blow something.
Being a speaker designer, I would also caution against putting quality speaker drivers in the freezer, especially speakers with polypropeline cones and/or rubber surrounds.