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) when you record it is possible to use the option of pause were you wrong?
Summary: I use this to listen to local radio at work, it is small and the sound is good. It replaces an iFP-890 which died finally, I found it easy to use and has a good sound.Folks, for [$], I challenge you to find something better.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Sound, Lots of Storage, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls, Sleek/Compact
Summary: I use this with a Mac- when the T60 is plugged into the USB2 outlet, it shows up as a drive on the desktop. Then I just drag MP3 files onto the drive, and right-click to remove them. AAC files are not supported, so anything from the iTunes Store will not play on this player. Also the player runs off the battery & not the bus when managing the files in this way (which can drain the batteries needlessly).
Pros: Affordable, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls, Sleek/Compact
Summary: Iriver T60 reviewI use MP3 players mainly for listening to talk shows and occasionally for music. Talk shows may be up to 3 hours long. It is tedious and annoying to try to fast forward or reverse through a 3 hour file at a slow rate. If I inadvertently bump a control (I know, I should use the "lock" button) and skip to the next file, then I have to sit on the fast forward for a long time to get back to where I was.
Pros: Battery type selection, Can delete files, Easy To Set Up, FAST fast forward, No copy protection, Resume feature, Sleek/Compact, Standard AAA battery
Summary: I am very happy with this product now, but when I first started using it, I was pretty frustrated. I had not bothered to use the software CD that comes with the MP3 player, and so had not yet upgraded the firmware. Without the upgrade it takes forever to boot when you have lots of files on the unit. I had the first disc of Max Mclean reading the ESV Bible on my MP3 player - about 300 files taking up about 650MB.
Pros: Great Sound, Plays Ogg Vorbis, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls, Sleek/Compact, Takes a AAA battery, WMP Not Required
Cons: Can't do m3u playlists, Difficult to Set Up, Requires Firmware Upgrade