Reviews and Problems with Creative MUVO Micro N 200
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Great player with one problem
K. Morley, Amazon
22 August 2008
Summary: I just got this, my first mp3 player, yesterday. Sound is great, pretty easy to set up and use, with one problem. I tried for hours last night to get my songs to play in order (a playlist order; they weren't from the same album). Every time, they would be in the correct order on the computer, then when they would transfer to the player they were in alphabetical order. I tried several things and alphabetical order every time.
Summary: I have to admit that I am so electronically challenged that I can't figure out the remote to my TV. But I needed something better for my gym workouts than my CD player...so I took the plunge and bought this mp3 player. I am very pleasantly surprised! It's tiny -- about the size of a cigarette lighter -- and weighs almot nothing.
Summary: I'm a non-technophile, I just want to listen to music as quickly and easily as possible, and the MuVo N200 allows me to do precisely that. Its plug-n-play and jog away. Purchased Nov. 9th, the 256 MB model. Within minutes of getting it out of the box the N200 was on my computer via the provided USB cable and I began dragging and dropping music files into it. Turned the N200 on and music came flowing out, exactly what I wanted.
Summary: I had moderate expectations with regards this. My daughter (age 11) has been eye-balling all the iPods her friends are getting, but I couldn't afford them (especially the Mini, which I understand is being phased out in deference to the iPod NaNo. Plus, I liked the idea of a flash memory based storage, and the advertized ease of draging-and-dropping MP3's and WMA's into and out of the player.
Summary: I've been in the market for an MP3 player for some time now, and I've looked at the iPods and considered getting a shuffle, but the Apples are clearly too much hype over nothing. If Steve Jobs put his vomit into an off-white plastic case and sold it, everyone would still be running to buy it.
Summary: As a novice to the mp3 player world I was looking for a device that would fit my criteria for a player that would perform well during workouts: 1) Consistent, excellent sound; 2) Non-interfering with workouts. After reading the reviews on the MuVo Micro N200 I decided to buy the player and put it to the test. I have been doing cardiovascular workouts for over 25 years and have used the best technology available during those years.
Summary: This MP3 player represents an incredible bang for the buck purchase, and is the perfect MP3 player for those looking for something to use for their workouts or those of us who want to spend under $100. 2 points that were important to me were the quality of the music experience and the look of the player: Quality of music: -Excellent playback, I ripped a Tribe Called Quest CD to start out with and was amazed at the clarity, the volume can be raised to too-loud heights,...
Summary: This little device is the Swiss Army Knife of Mp3 players. I already own an iPod, but wanted something smaller to carry around and load Mp3 to without the hassle of iTunes. I looked at lots of players including the RCA Lyra and iRiver, but what sold me on the MuVo is the ability to record directly from audio sources like tape decks, Turn Tables and the like. I can just hook up the inlcuded stereo mini plug and convert an LP or cassette into MP3 while listening to it!
Summary: I own the 512 meg version in black. I saw this white version and thought the color plain looking, but I didn't realize until I came home that the cool protective rubber holder is a frosted white rubber, so the white player actually looks much better in the holder than it looks by itself. Had I known that, I would have considered this less expensive model. Still, though I have it in 512 meg black, I like this player very much.
Summary: I recieved a MuVo a couple years ago and it's still with me despite dropping it frequently on hard floors and nearly flushing it down a toilet (don't ask). The only thing that has happened is that the battery cover has broken from dropping it. My only qualms with it are that it's not compatible with iTunes, and the battery life is not very good, though it only takes one AAA.