Reviews and Problems with Creative MUVO Sport C100
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Simple, Durable, and Functional
24 April 2011
Summary: I own several of the early creative labs muvo players. The ones i prefer use a standard battery, have the small lcd display, and their usb half detaches for direct connection to any standard usb port for direct drag and drop of music files. Of coarse it must have a good sound quality and most of the Creative Labs players do. My favorite player is the 512mb MUVO Tx. In addition to the above features, the equalizer, fm radio, and battery life are superior. Their durable...
Summary: If you are looking for a sport Flash based Mp3 player This is by far the best flash Sport Mp3 player in it's class. I have been researching Mp3 players to replace my Rio sport player. I decided to replace my RIO with a more sturdy dependable player The Creative MUvo Sport fit my needs, I was looking for an EXPANDABLE Sport player (to use while running, or working out.
Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
Summary: Use SD cards only. The newer SD HC cards did not seem to work for me. Also, make sure your SD card is formatted using FAT and not FAT32. I just bought a 4 GB Transcend card and it came as FAT32. The player can only read from the FAT file system so I had to format the card before using it. I love this player! Best money I ever spent. I'll update this review if I ever figure out a way to get it to work with SD HC cards.
Summary: For playing MP3's this is the best unit I have found. Sound quality is awesome! And even though I bought this unit (I bought one for my daughter as well) 2 years ago, it continues to impress me. Yes, the user interface isn't as flashy as an ipod, but it works and the unit is rugged. I love the fact that if the battery ever goes bad I don't have to send it in for service or throw it away, I just replace a standard AAA battery, normal or rechargable.
Summary: Hey I've had this mp3 player for about a year and it works great. The Creative Muvo is super tough and work great if your out running or whatever. Even though it's water resistant they don't suggest dropping it in the water, but i've dropped it in a river once and it works just fine. This player is great if you have a small music collection but if you have a bunch of songs don't get it (even though you can put a lot of songs on it it doesn't have a scroll option) If your...
Summary: When I bought this unit, the label said it accepts 512M card. Then I saw some customers' comments that it accepts 1G card. I just bought a 2G SD card (...) and put it in--it works like a charm. So now I have a total memory of 2.25G, good for 40 hours of music! How many times you see things work better than they are supposed to?!
Summary: I purchased this MP3/FM player to use while I run outside. What I wanted was a player that had MP3, FM and a stopwatch and was weather proof. I don't like to wear a watch on my wrist while I run. I tried a Phillips player first, but the display was unreadable in sunlight and the battery only lasted 2 1/2 hours. It had a great feature though, push a button and the time on the stopwatch was announced.
Summary: After reading the experiences of other reviewers here i was persuaded that my Kingston Elite Pro 1Gb SD card would work with this player, and it does! Decent sound quality and replaceable AAA battery makes this a good buy.
Summary: I've been running with a cross-trainer CD player for many years, but it was starting to wear down and of course it lacked the features of mp3 players. So, I began researching mp3 players specifically for use with running. I held out for a while because nothing seemed to meet all my needs ... until I found out about the Creative Muvo Sport C100. The key features that I looked for: 1.