Reviews and Problems with Creative MUVO Micro N 200
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Electronic Geek, Amazon
30 May 2006
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.
Summary: I love this mp3 player-- it fits everywhere, has a long battery life, reasonable quality audio for recording, efficient with space, very user-friendly, etc. My only problem with this player is that I have had two defective ones. The first player brought me joy and happiness until 2 weeks of living with me, when it would shut off every time it was ready to advance to the next song. That's fine. So I got a replacement.
Summary: For the price, this small MP3 player delivers on quality. It was a gift for my technology-challenged teen who needed the recording capability of this player. It makes a decent recording but actually is being used more as the MP3 player. It's very small, easy to use and we have been very impressed overall with this great little player.
Creative Muvo Micro - Feature Packed, Good Value MP3 player
8 November 2005
Summary: The Creative Muvo Micro N200 MP3 player may not be found in the market, as it has been 'replaced' by a 'new' model called the Zen Nano Plus, which seems to be the same model with a new name. I think that this review can apply to new player as well. As regards the player: The Creative Muvo Micro is a flash based MP3 player, not hard-disk based, unlike the Apple iPod. Let's see it according to various parameters: 1.
Summary: As an early adopter I appreciate the Muvo's wonderful features as all other high reviewers had mentioned. The noise during playback was annoying, but I mainly use the unit to record cassette into MP3s. After 4 months of usage, it suddenly died, as all other low reviewers experienced. But at least their warranty is still in effect.
Summary: I have the smallest, 256 mb Micro and it does what it's supposed to do quite well. For the money, a very good deal. I am not planning to give up on my iPod for listening to the music, but if you need something really tiny, with a radio and a portable recorder, MuVo Micro works great. It's excellent for recording voice, too, if you are a singer, this is a very useful device.
Summary: Creative MuVo MP3 Player have problem playing particular mP3 songs. It plays WMV file songs smoothly. However, it always give a buzz when playing MP3. The voice recorder's quality is acceptable, but it consumes a lot of power when recording. If I were you, I would definitely give a thought on this MP3 player!
Summary: This wonderful player did everything it was said to do until it randomly stopped working about a week and a half after purchase. Finding myself truely disappointed and not having a fix for the problem or even an understanding of what the actual problem was, i returned the product.
Summary: Strengths: Lightweight size...User friendly...great sound quality...good battery life...easy to rip music from cd's. Weaknesses: MP3 playing capability didn't last a month...cumbersome when wanting to record from the tuner...cheap feel, fagile design...wasn't worth the money. Summary: I paid about $90 for this player, and that was with an educator's discount. The first week I had it I was quite impressed.
Summary: I have never before bothered to review a product at Amazon.com, but the Muvo Micro N200 is such an outstanding little device that I felt the company that produced it deserved some positive feedback. For 65 dollars, inclusive of free shipping from Amazon.com, the N200 as a value is tough to beat. It is compaitable with all the major digital audio services, including my favorites, Napster and Audible.com.