Summary: I've had 2 of these now, and BOTH met an early demise. The screen is a resistive screen vs. capactive, which means you have to push on the the screen for it to register. The problem is that there is a gap between the screen and the inner workings, so the screen is super susceptible to cracking.
Summary: Even a patient person has their limits, i had this product for several months, and it worked ok for only 2. I had problems with the touch screen, and sometimes it would shut off when you go and search for a song while it was still playing music.
Summary: This was my second one. I thought the first one worked alright, but i only got sound from 1 side. The problem was not the headphone, but the Jack. The second one did the same after just a few days. Sound from only ond side. AGAIN?! Then it only turned on and the touch screen became unresponsive.
Summary: My son got this MP3 the end of July and by mid August it was broken, the touch screen just quit working. I heard good things about this brand, and it work well, when it worked. I mailed it back to Amazon last week and have not heard back from them yet!
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for my Sony Walkman MP3 player, and when put my music onto it, and plugged in my headphones, I was immediately dissatisfied with the audio quality. Even messing with the Equalizer didn't improve it much.