Reviews and Problems with Creative MUVO Micro N 200
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Great, Durable, but little capacity....
mqqn "mqqn", Amazon
12 December 2009
Summary: Hi Folks - I have had my MuVo for several years now. I purchased it to use on long motorcycle trips which I take every year. This unit is rugged, easy to operate and is very high quality - particularly considering the price. The only downside is the small capacity - on an all day road trip I was hearing the same songs repeated - but that was ok since I only put songs I really like on the unit.
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.
Very good workout mp3 player with quality accessories
N. Caine, Amazon
22 August 2008
Summary: I wanted an mp3 player for working out and running. I am one of those guys who reads everything they can about something before buying one. What I read about mp3 players was a bit worrisome: countless reports that mp3 players break or have minor problems. So I picked up a Memorex Biomorph (I liked the size and features) along with an extended warranty beyond the 3 month product warranty, and sure enough, with light use, the product died with lots of strange nonsense on...
Summary: I got this as a gift for my daughter a couple years back and she still uses it to listen to music. It navigates through the songs and playlists easily. If you don't have a ton of music to store and you only need your favorites for walks, workouts, biking, etc, this is a great value for the money.
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.
Anne Walsh "www.annewalshcoach.com. Free too..., Amazon
23 January 2006
Summary: I love this gadget. It was smaller and lighter than I thought it would be. It does more than I expected...I'm now able to transfer my cassettes into MP3. The sound quality is excellent. I loved the armband feature as well. Transferring music is incredibly easy...just drag and drop. I have two small quibbles with it though... 1. the line-in connection is too short...it should be at least another 6-12 inches long. 2.
Great little MP3 player, but lacks a random button
16 December 2005
Summary: I own the white micro, and it works great. I am relatively abuseive to my electronics, dropping them, pilling stuff on top of them. and the Micro has responded well. It comes with a rubber cover which helps protect it (and yes, it does bounce). The earbuds it came with were great. The menu is easy to figure out, and while the FM signal strength leave something to be desired, it only like 2 inches long, so thats kind of expected...
Worked great, then didn't work so great, Works great again
L. Westra, Amazon
8 December 2005
Summary: Like many of the previous reviewers I spent a lot of time researching MP3 players. I wanted something that was small, had respectable sound quality, used AA/AAA battery(s), and used mature technology to limit malfunctions. I chose the Creative product after reading many glowing reviews on this website as well as cnet.com. I purchased the player about 8 months ago, and have been very pleased with it.
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: I hope this posting can help N200 owners. Bought this product 8 months ago. After 2 months, some display items on the LCD became missing. I didn't care as I rarely read the LCD. I only use shuffle mode. From 3 weeks ago, it turned off automatically every time after playing a couple of songs. It always started from the same point of a particular song when I turned it on. How can I tolerate this? I was aware of many firmware updates in Creative Labs' web site.