Summary: This player does what it says it will do. It has some nice features, the sound quality is good and it was easy to use. The 128 megs holds just under 2 hours worth of songs and I usually take it with me on flights.
Summary: When I bought this a year ago, it was even more expensive than what now I got the T10 512MB for. T10 lasts longer, looks more fancy with colored body and colored LCD display. But for some reason, I like 180T even more. Sychronizing MP3 to T10 is a pain.
Summary: I've owned this player, the IFP 180t, for 2 years now (READ: Since it came out), and I dunno what the problem is with the other people (Maybe they truly have problems with their players, or maybe they just own IPODS(Try viewing other mp3 player 'reviews' for an idea of how hardcore ipod users are)),...
Summary: (...). This is a great player for a first-time MP3 player buyer. The software was easy to operate and transfer music, once I realized I needed to push the USB cord into the player a little further than I had it. That cord is kind of touchy.
Good sound, small, lots of features(cost become reasonable)
15 May 2005
Summary: I bought this not long ago after did lots of research from the Internet. Actually, I'm looking for MP3 player with rechargable battery(which is iAudio U2 256MB by COWON) but it's still kind of pricey. From my research, I noticed many people praise the sound quality of iRiver IFP series.
Summary: This is my first MP3 player and I did not know what to expect. All I can say is "AWESOME"! It is very tiny, light weight and has great fidelity. The controls are a little intimidating at first, but are no problem once you go through the instructions a time or two.