Reviews and Problems with Creative ZEN Mozaic EZ300
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Excellent for the Price
Kyna Fairge, Amazon
8 July 2011
Summary: This is my 3rd Creative Mp3, and second Mozaic and I only bought this one because the last one had been dropped one to many times in puddles. Okay the Cons: The software that comes with Creative's Mp3 players to transfer music is horrible and hasn't been updated substantially in at least six years. It is also a pain to create playlists on the player itself. You basically have to use the crummy software. The earbuds that come with it are also cheap and uncomfortable.
Summary: I've had the Zen for about 2-3 weeks now and so far, no complaints. I got what I paid for in terms of navigating the system, sound quality and user-friendliness. Compared to mainstream components, it is a bit harder to use, in terms of transferring audio files, videos and other types of data to the drive. It's easy once you get use to it, albeit a bit cumbersome. I bought the unit mainly to listen to lectures and Audiobooks on the go and it has impressed me so far.
Summary: I have to admit though I know I was dealing with reputable websites I still was skeptical.I bit the bullet and trusted what I know about the websites and ordered the EZ300. I have an older MP3(Zen Micro)which is somewhat heavier but still works. So far I love everything about the EZ300,the compatibility between the MediaSource etc.Very user friendly.You are dealing with good companies,Amazon and Creative.You can't go wrong.
Summary: I bought this mp3 player for my friend as gift. As a mp3 player it is more than okay. comparing its price and storage capacity with other available players in the market, I think its a good buy. sound quality is great. In fact in some perspective its better than iPod. Because mp3 players are supposed to be a huge source of songs. which it is, besides while buying this player we are not paying extra $ for unnecessary stuffs which is very much loaded in ipod.
Summary: I use my mp3 t listen to audiobooks exclusivly, so sound quality is not a high priority. It is compatible with my downloaded audiobooks, easy to transfer aucio cds to, and seems to have a long battery life. It has been easy to use. My two disappointments with this item is that the display stays lit (on dim, but still visible to others in the dark) and the controls are so small that they are hard to feel for the right one in the dark (even with display lit).
Summary: I have had this for a few weeks and so far I really like it. It is what is is, mine is the 4gb so it doesn't hold everything, but I didn't expect it to. I did have the FM tuner freeze it up once, I restarted it and have had no further problem. It is not my first Creative product, I have had several and I have really liked them.
Summary: My 4GB Mozaic arrived today. After a quick charging,I uploaded music with no problems at all and began use. I haven't had to read the instruction manual but one time to see how to tell if the unit was fully charged. It's perfect for me and a wonderful step up from the 1GB Zen Stone I previously owned. My older mp3 has fallen apart from drops and falls,it has even been stepped on and it still plays after years of continual use and abuse.
Summary: It is a pretty good player. The only problems I had were that it isn't compatible with my computer. Also, after I downloaded the user manual, I wasn't able to open the file. Sorry to say, it I had to return it. I also didn't like that the control buttons were so sensitive that I was always accidentally pushing one of them and then having to go back and put it back the way it was. I would recommend it to anyone who has an updated or newer computer.