Summary: An exelente has sound the headphones are fragile I am thinking q not saves about using this unit it(he,she) has exelentes options (1) you can use rechargeable batteries(sinks) they are mas economic and durables (2) the volume of the recording is automatic and has 5 options of sound recording (3)...
Summary: iRiver's little AAA powered MP3 players always deliver amazing sound but the T60 is no different from the previous versions in the series: confusing operation and the joystick breaks. My T60's joystick control broke after less than a year of use.
Summary: My T60 sounded really nice but stopped working in 10 days. Contacted iRiver and they could not get it to work. Finally they said to return it to Amazon!!! It sounded great, can do FM radio recording like Tivo (record at a set time).
Summary: I purchased this unit so that I could record convention talks. I loved the compact size and the sound clarity. It uploaded recorded data very nicely into Windows Player version 11. I don't like a few of things about it, though. (1) This unit uses up a AAA battery every 1.5 hours of recording time.
Summary: This is an odd product, the designers were on some kind of trip when they came up with this "joystick" which defies logic and fine motor coordination. But... if you want to fast forward through the horror that is Susan Stamberg on Morning Edition, this thing will do it for you.
Big sound, small player... a little quirky, but wonderful to listen to
2 January 2008
Summary: Sound quality is great! I like the bright color screen (which does shut off to conserve power, but all you have to do is touch any button to bring it back up). Battery life is pretty good, though not fantastic.
Summary: The sound quality is great, but a bit of cosmetic plastic on the ear piece broke in the first week. Still works, though. The menu is very hard to use to navigate to the songs you want to hear. It bounces around and makes selections you don't want.
Summary: I had the 2GB version of iRiver 's flash player with AA battery, the T10, and that was an amazing player. It seems iRiver has cheapened out this new model in every way possible. They went to a small AAA battery, with much shorter battery life. Why?