Summary: I did lots of mp3 research and bought the D2. My husband loved it so I bought him one. My daughter loved ours so I bought her one. So 3 in the family and after over a year on each one we are all completely happy with them. NO PROBLEMS Great sound. no bad issues. If one did break we would have another within days.
Summary: I used to have just Cowon D2 before. I fell in love with this little thing from the first moment i saw it. Sound is unbelievable, loads of options and applications. Totally satisfied and I hope Cowon will keep high quality of their products in the future.
Summary: I purchased the 16GB D2 because I liked the idea of using cards for additional memory. I have a ton of music and being able to carry it with me is great. Over the course of my 15months of ownership I have filled the unit's memory as well as 2 16G cards and a 4G card. Recently the unit stopped reading the cards. There is NO telephone support for this product. You can get CHAT support at [...
Summary: I purchased my D2 from the company, paid $250 for it. Purchased it because it was so well recommended. My main reason was to listen to audio books. My issue is simply getting the thing to PLAY. I spent most of yesterday afternoon with their support Chat and the first person was a disaster. They use terms not common in the USA, their instruction manuels are a joke. The support person suggested I update to 2.59 firm.
Summary: If you are reading this, then you surely heard about quality of sound on COWON players and stuff. I can assure you — all they say about sound is true. This is a player to compare other with. The only thing I found disappointing is that said working time is SIGNIFICANTLY LESS than actual. It is said that player is able to work up to 52 hours. Yes, but playing one song from internal memory and set to zero sound volume.
Summary: I bought the Cowon Systems iAudio D2(16Gb) Digital Media Player about month ago and was impressed with the number of features available such as playing of lossless formats (FLAC), nice responsive touch screen, additional slot for SD card (SDHC supported) and non-latin letters in song tags/names support. The D2 size is perfect for carrying in almost every pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 40-45 hours of music playing (didn't test on video).
Summary: I bought this as an update to the Cowon D2 8gb I currently own. I listen almost entirely to audiobooks, half from Audible, half as mp3 files from groups such as librivox. Unfortunately, the firmware for this player (version 2.54, if memory serves) does not display the titles of Audible files in the music list. Neither does 2.57, the most recent firmware from the Cowon website.
Summary: I've been looking for this MP3 Player that has an expandable ScanDisk. So as the ScanDisks gets larger so does the capacity of this player.I was surprised how sensitive the touch screen was compared to the price. This player also has great recording features. You can record Radio, Voice, and record music straight from cd player. it has many sound features which i think are superior to IPod.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Great Sound, Long Battery Life, Lots of Storage, Simple Controls, Sleek/Compact
Summary: I did tons of research before purchasing this unit in August 2008 and based upon the reviews and comparisons I read my choice was easy. I have been using it hard since then and I am TOTALLY satisfied. 1. Sound Quality: You must be tired hearing it by now but the sound quality on this thing is awesome. There are almost infinite options for tweeking it just to your liking. I have also purchased a 60GB Toshiba Gigabeat and a 16GB Creative Zen and this beats them both. 2.