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 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 bought this instead of upgrading my car stereo to one that plays MP3s. I've never used one of these before, really didn't want to spend all the money for the cachet of the Ipod if I didn't find any use for it. It is tiny, which makes it almost impossible to do anything but listen to music in order - forget using any other functions while driving or you could have a serious accident!
Stopped working? Freezing? Not turning on? TRY THIS TO FIX IT!!
6 August 2005
Summary: Stopped working? Freezing? Not turning on? TRY THIS TO FIX IT!! Had this for 3 weeks, then stopped working. Returned it and replacement also stopped working after 2 weeks. It either turned off while playing a song, turn itself off after a couple seconds, or wouldn't turn on at all. Perplexed, I looked in the amazon reviews, and a couple reviews suggested updating the FIRMWARE. I did this, and now it WORKS PERFECTLY AGAIN!! (...)thanks!
Summary: This is my first mp3 player; I purchased it for serveral reasons. One I was going away and didnt want to lug around a walkman or cd player; Two very convenient in size and price; Three read reviews b/4 purchasing at it all were positive. I use it to work out and can shuffle my songs if i choose too. Awesome MP3; We bought my daughter one as well...she loves it! The only minus is the headphones for me; I replaced mine but my daughter likes hers...
Summary: I purchased the 256 MB MP3 Player a couple of weeks ago and found it to be a very capable compact MP3 player. Battery life is about 12-13 hrs. The volume is loud enough for listening in an airplane cabin. It does come with a CD that includes good utilities for audio format conversion. Overall, a good player that does what it's advertised. Some problems (all mentioned by others): 1.
Summary: I got this little baby 6 weeks ago and it works very well. The minor flaws is the headphones that comes with the mp3 player they hurt your ears after listening with them for a while, the light makes noises that interferes with the sound of the music, the mp3 player automacitcall put the songs in alphabetical order and i couldnt put the list in the order that i wanted to listen to it, and the 256 mb it tought at first would be enough but right now i have to delete stuff...
Summary: Its tiny. Its full of functionality. Its easy to navigate after owning it for 3 days now. With earphones it is plenty loud. With an FM transmitter I have it turned up all the way. Been using it 1.5 hours a day for the last 3 days now & works great so far. Folder navigation is great. Playing options for shuffle, repeat, ... are perfect. Line in recording is to MP3 & works perfect. Mic recording works good too.
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.