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4.7 out of 10

Creative MUVO TX FM

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Overall 8

Even after falling apart several times, this model still keeps running.

dickinson12, Ebay
2 September 2011
  • Summary: We have several MP3 players and this is THE BEST we have found on the market that has rechargable batteries. My original was five years old and had been dropped so many times that it needed taped together. When it stopped being recognized by the computer I took it apart and blew it out with canned air and put it back together. It was recognized by the computer once again. Too bad they are no longer making this model.
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Overall 4

Creative Nomad MuVo media player

november1127, Ebay
28 January 2011
  • Summary: I already have a 256mb player just like this one. I wanted a 1gb but this model was discontinued. I like the fact that you can record from the radio. When I attend assemblies, I can tune in on the station on the radio and record the program. The back cover was missing from the player. I did not read anything in the write up explaining there was no back cover. I was surprise to receive the player without the cover condition.
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Overall 10

MuVo 1 GB

majemaje1, Ebay
15 May 2008
  • Summary: This is the coolest mp3 player ever. The iPod can't hold a candle to this one. No need for extra cords, this is the ramblin' man's best frien'.
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Creative MuVo TX FM

4 March 2008
  • Excerpt: I bought this MP3 player almost two years ago so I could listen to music on the bus and jogging. It combines durability with some neat features and ease of use. The MUVo is a very easy to use player. It has two main parts that seperate.
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Overall 10

Great small MP3 player

davesdeals56, Ebay
25 January 2008
  • Summary: This is a great mp3 player to own. I like the size and really like how you can plug it directly into a usb port with no need of a cable. Windows just sees it as a drive and you can just drag and drop your music off your computer. I also like how it organizes your music. You will not be disappointed.
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Overall 10

Excellent mp3 player but be careful of rebuilt ones

akiss, Ebay
8 January 2008
  • Summary: I love my Muvo TX FM... very convenient as it can plug directly into USB port and serve as flash drive as well. Simple to use, perfect for my purposes (mainly audiobooks, not music). But the one I had for 3 years suddenly stopped playing mp3 format files so I bought a reconditioned one on Ebay... that one lasted only 3 months and then would not turn on, had to be thrown out.
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Overall 10

creative muvo fm

the1nshadows, Ebay
7 January 2008
  • Summary: its a great mp3 player. works great when on the run or just bored at some place. i bought this mp3 because creative is a good brand of mp3 players, and i always wanted a creative mp3 player. the only disappointing thing about it is how little songs it could hold for it being a 1 gb. i do not think that it actually hold up to 220 songs. but its still a good mp3 to use.
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Overall 10

Top quality product.

asap_shipping_same_day, Ebay
22 July 2007
  • Summary: Top quality product. I like this product because it is simple and it last for a long time. I am very ruff with my things, yet this MuVo seams to have come to stay. It records write away, form the radio and from the microphone. Its grate, very smart design and I have never had a problem with it. I paid top bucks for mine, and I think of that money as well spend because this little Bug-er has giving me back that money in services.
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Overall 10


nopepeno, Ebay
21 July 2007
  • Summary: MUVOS ARE LIKE ROACHES, THEY LAST FOREVER…! I like a little more my MUVO TXFM 256MB because it is faster but this 1g is ok.
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Overall 6

Not happy with it.

kf0bv, Ebay
29 January 2007
  • Summary: Since Creative Labs was my first experience with mp3 players, and based on personal experience, I'd shop around before buying another from them. The first to go was the power button. After 6 months of heavy use, it wouldnt power on. Got an I/O error message. Couldnt even use it as a flash drive. After getting it back from the factory, the decrease volume button didnt work. All things considered, it was a fair unit, but I doubt I'd go back to them for another.
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