Summary: For about 12-15 bucks the player is ok, but if you are serious about your music and like to have hundreds of songs this is not for you. It's ok for short trips like bus rides and what not because it can't hold many songs. And there are no playlists.
Summary: The instructions for this player were not clear. Even someone with an MP3 player had a hard time figuring it out. Plus the battery came all rusted and corroded which bled out onto the instruction book.
Summary: I have used this product for almost two years. I have one thing to say: excellent for the price. Pros: [A] The sound quality is excellent; as good as any iPod or Sansa, but, of course, this depends on your headphones. The headphones that are shipped with this player are quite insufficient.
Summary: Do not bother with Coby! Player stopped working after only a few weeks. You try to turn it on and it just blinks back off. Customer support is a joke. They give you directions to do a firmware update that does nothing but erase anything you have stored on the MP3.
Summary: This device has one primary purpose...to display the name COBY when you turn it on, and then to immediately shut down. Oh, it may play your files for a week or two as a bonus when it's new, but then it resorts to it's true calling.
Summary: I would not buy a coby player of any type, since it will die, and become an expensive paper weight.
Pros: screen changes colors each time you push the lever type selector. The machine worked for about a month then would not power up (even with fresh batteries) just like a previous coby mp3 player I had.
Cons: head phones are about 6 inches to short to put the mp3 player in youre pocket. this device is very tempremental, it died after less than two months, as most coby players will.
Summary: Had it for less than two weeks and the player no longer works. The player would shut off for no reason occasionally and then finally it had a total malfunction. Customer service only had one solution and that was to reformat it on my computer but the computer would not recognize it being there.