Summary: Should DMB television broadcasts come to the UK any time soon, gadgets such as the Cowon iAudio D2 DMB could be pretty hot stuff. As it is, the less than impressive screen and lack of a decent aerial count against the Cowon iAudio D2 DMB.
Conclusion: Cowon are back with a bang and this time they are pitching an ultra small PMP the D2. This latest additional to their line up plays audio for over 50 hours and video for 8 hours, the question is can you live with a PMP this small?
Conclusion: If you want the tiniest video player with the best screen quality, battery life, and expandable memory, then look no further. There’s nothing that compares to the D2: highly recommended for lovers of near-microscopic gadgets that perform almost like their (much) bigger brothers. It even surpasses most of them in terms of screen quality and battery life. However, if you want a simple, easy-to-operate audio player, then the D2 is probably not the right one for you.
Pros: Excellent audio quality, very strong amplifier, Excellent video quality, very good screen, Excellent battery life, SD/SDHC card slot, TV output (with optional cable), Huge variety of supported audio codecs, BBE audio enhancements, Preset slots for various EQ and BBE settings, Line-in (with optional cable), FM, and voice recording, UMS Mass Storage Class, works on any modern operating system without any software (but MTP also available), Audio tracks sorted by file /fo...
Cons: Firmware still needs a lot of work (inconsistencies, bugs, annoyances in v2.41), Touch screen control isn’t overly user-friendly or time saving, Not enough hardware buttons for comfortable operation, no remote control available, Impractical stylus/stand design, Records only to WMA, not MP3 or WAV, Absurdly high bitrate for MPEG4, but no bigger video size than 320 x 240 supported (for TV-out), Bookmarks and dynamic playlists sometimes disappear, “Resume” doesn’t really...
Summary: Should DMB television broadcasts come to Australia any time soon, gadgets such as the Cowon iAudio D2 DMB could be pretty hot stuff. As it is, the less than impressive screen and lack of a decent aerial count against the Cowon iAudio D2 DMB.
Pros: SD Card slot, touch screen
Cons: Shoddy set of headphones, no aerial so reception was poor
Summary: The question of what’s new! In the technological segment could lead you to Cowon iAudio D2 MP4 Player . True! It is been a new innovation from this technology savvy brand that is been introduced with a boost in the audio output. Its portable structure and the amazing power of MP3/MP4 player performance it transforms to be a most voted gadget among youngsters.
Excerpt: We've read some good things about Cowon players and had high expectations of the Cowon iAudio D2 DMB. Other reviewers had raved about the audio quality and, with DAB digital radio on top, we expected a real aural treat.
Excerpt: Other buttons and switches located on the Cowon iAudio D2 player includes volume control, a slider that double with the lock and power switch, two USB connections for charging up and data transfer, a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.