Reviews and Problems with Mach Speed Trio MP3 Player
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Awsome little video player
14 February 2011
Summary: General overview: I love it! I bought its for $60 and i am extremely satisfied pros: battery life microsd card slot cheaply priced big screen easy to use cons: no games easily collects fingerprints/scratches no mp4 support What i really liked about the trio is that there is a microsd card slot. I personally have an Ipod yet i bought this because of the big screen and easy memory expansion.
Summary: Visuals are great, it plays audiobook and it has a bookmark so you dont lose your place. It easy to use and the volume is good. And just like it stated it only has about 8 hours staight of continuous play. Graphics are good though.
It´s worthy to buy this for its price and how practical
13 February 2011
Summary: I bought one of these, but a 8 GB of space. It is great, especially for watching your movies of the FLV videos you download from the Internet. I have watch BRrip AVI of almost 3GB, and the quality is impressive. I loved the autoscrolling feature for reading eBooks in TXT format. This player includes several features that other more expensive portable players don´t have.
A decent economical handheld 16:9 video player (no conversion required for avi files)
9 February 2011
Summary: I'm usually reluctant to buy an electronic item that has no reviews (in Jan '11 this product had no Amazon reviews) especially a brand that I've never heard of, but I decidedly to give this Trio a try. I wanted a handheld video player to use on the train on my daily commute and this fit the bill nicely for two key reasons: 1) it can play .avi (divx/xvid) files directly without the need to convert to a different file type.
Summary: I purchased this player to download sounds on for a homemade predator call. I also recorded a bunch of music and it plays sensational. It is heavy but feels like it is well made. I would buy again. It also works great on my predator call.
Cons: The unit wouldn’t sync properly with windows xp, The on off slide switch broke in less than 3 hours probably due to the way it was shipped, It was in a paper envelope the plastic packaging was smashed. The scroll is a pain on this touch screen; also I couldn’t figure a way to save multiple play lists
Summary: If Mach Speed had any customer service support, and the manual was a little better I would have certainly gave this player at least one more egg. I mainly bought this to play music in my vehicles, and to avoid the constant changing of CD's while I am working around the house, it does a very good job at that.
Pros: For the money this is a fairly nice unit. It plays music, videos, audio books, displays pictures, has a calendar, calculator, FM radio and more. It has a built in mic to record such things as voice memos. Can use with e books if they are in .txt format. Adding music from your computer is fairly simple. Micro SD slot makes the memory expandable, or you could use the cards as custom playlists for whatever reason. Includes a cable to hook up to a HDMI input.
Cons: Included manual is not very good, I emailed a question to tech support and have not received any response in five days. Apparently Mach Speed customer service does not exist. Touchscreen is very touchy, I got around this by using a round toothpick as a stylus. In order to save your settings you need to power the unit off by sliding the power switch away from the headphone jack and hold it there until the Trio logo appears. The manual calls this down. This is also how ...
Summary: I bought two of these as Christmas gifts. One worked without a problem and the other had software problems and wouldn't function. Returned it for a replacement. The replacement wouldn't work either. Returned it.
Summary: Good things: 16:9 screen, accepts SD cards, looks okay. Now for the bad things. The LCD panel is mounted sideways, so tint and color changes not when you turn the player left or right. The player defaults to video mode. It tries playing everything in widescreen mode, even the videos that are 4:3. You can switch the player to 4:3 mode via an obscure menu, but it does not remember the setting, and the next time it turns on it comes back to 16:9.
Summary: Pro's : For the price it's awesome. Video quality is excellent. Micro SD slot is excellent feature. Very easy to manuever through the menues. Con's : On board speaker not very loud (maybe the recorded level of the individual track imported), battery life not bad ( drops to 1 bar on display quickly, but runs on 1 bar for 6+ hrs) Big Con: DOES NOT play .MP4 format as advertised. (But it does use MPEG4 codec) The software was very basic and didn't work well.