Reviews and Problems with Creative Nomad MuVo TX FM
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Great inexpensive player.
7 August 2012
Summary: I have purchased this product before. Creative Muvo no longer produces it, so it is great to be able to find one. I also have a 1G and a 512MG. I use it, with the armband, when I run or lift weights. It's not expensive enough that I have to fret about it, and the selection being played can be changed with literally a flick of my thumb - great while running. I also use it while commuting. It's great. I will never spring for somthing so expensive as an Ipod.
Summary: Recently purchased the Muvo TX and I am enjoying the item. Its simple and esay features make this a nice thing to have when working out or jogging. No skipping or missed recording, just a simple touch of a button and your up and running... Thanks again and would definitely purchase this item again.
Summary: The sound is very nice quality especially for such a small mp3, the only reason I didn't give it excellent is that the earbuds are too large for my ears and I have a hard time keeping them in. I like that it's easy to download and easy to use, wish I had gotten a higher memory. Everyone in my family has a Creative, various models up to 6GB and we have all been very pleased with them.
Summary: I had gotten this little piece for my dad. He throughly seems to enjoy the quality of sound. Easy to use, easy to add files, just drag n drop. Decent battery life. I noticed that battery cover keeps falling off and he had to tape it into place. I would have loved it if they had incorporated a SD expansion slot.
Summary: This thing is so easy to use that we've bought 2 off of Ebay now! I've never used any other mp3 player so I cannot compare it to anything else, but the sound is great, it never shakes even when you are active. The AAA battery last for a long time. I did not use the software that comes with it. You can simply copy your music files to the external drive (mp3 player) and you're ready to go! You can listen to your list in order or shuffled.
Summary: This has been the perfect device for downloading and listening to audiobooks. It will fit over 24 hours of audio content with room to spare. One AAA battery will surprisingly last over 10 hours. I use a cassette adapter to play the books through my car speakers but some of my friends have used a FM tuner card. Extremely easy to use and is about the size of a pack of gum.
Creative Labs Nomad MuVo TX FM (256 MB) MP3 Player
24 August 2006
Summary: Bought this one for my teenage daughter, and I find myself using it, easy to download music, sounds great, very easy to use, also is dependable and almost indestructable, my daughter takes it everywhere.
Excellent sound and features for the size and price
26 July 2006
Summary: I own two Creative Muvo TX FMs and I am very pleased by the performance and features. Pros: - Excellent sound - Equalizer with custom setting and presets - Ability to delete files while playing them - Comes with software but you can use it with other programs like Musicmatch, or simply use Windows Explorer to drag-and-drop files and folders onto the Muvo like any other drive - It keeps the folder structure you create - Fairly fast USB 2 file transfers - Uses standard AAA...