Reviews and Problems with Creative Zen Micro Photo
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Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player
vpriddy, REVIEW STREAM
8 May 2014
Excerpt: The Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player is a great MP3 Player . The instruction book was excellent. I was able to sign up online for MP3 website to download songs for my Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player . The sound quality on the Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player is excellent. I thought that the recordings would be blurry or static when they played but I was pleasantly surprised that they were of great sound quality. I especially like the design of the Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player .
Summary: I brought this back in 2005 as a non IPod conformist. I waited and waited for the price of the IPod to drop. Well the price has not but the gigs have gone up. The Zen micro worked for what I needed it for (mostly for working out). It locked up about twice a month and and about 8 months ago stopped charging. SO I went for the IPod Classic and have not looked back since. Get an IPod. Just so many accessories. I struggled for years trying to find accessories for my Zen.
Summary: Ive only had one for three months and within these three months I've met the end of the Creative Zen Micro. The Sound quality is really good, the navigation touch feature is a bit too sensitive even on the lowest settings. The device does a great job...that is until you by some accident drop it, ITS ALL OVER! I had it drop to the floor from 10 inches and the entire unit froze, I had tried to fix it but nothing $150.00 right out of the window.
Summary: I bought this product over two years ago. I had to get used to having my music organized by album. The device has taken its fair number of falls. My first problem with this player happened a few months into use. The back battery cover became loose; it would slide off if I kept it in my pocket. The user replaceable batter was part of the reason I bought the devise. The battery life is now at around three hours when fully charged.
Summary: I bought my first Creative MP3 a few years ago, it's big and bulky, but I liked the set-up and had read warnings galore about the I-Pod. It worked well for several months, then stopped allowing me to dock and download anything. I bought my LAST Creative Microphoto last November. It freezes, it rebuilds, it freezes, it rebuilds. If you take the battery out for more than an hour, it might restart. All those hours collecting music... Wasted! I'm done with Creative.