Reviews and Problems with Mach Speed Trio MP3 Player
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Waste of money!
23 January 2011
Summary: I bought this because I needed a MP3 player that doesn't have any kind of wireless connectivity features, which is surprisingly difficult to find nowadays. I should've bought an iPod mini or something else, because this thing is horrible as a MP3 player. The sound quality was so-so, the battery life was pathetic, the UI was difficult to use and slow to respond and the music playlist features were seriously lacking. Save your money and buy something else.
Summary: Got this as a Christmas gift for my 10 yr old daughter and I have to say it's pretty amazing for the cost! It came with preloaded songs and video clips so she was able to play around with it right away. It also has radio which is nice. uploading songs is as simple as dragging from your computer folder to the mp3 music folder. she loves it!
Summary: This is a great player for the money as far as features and video quality. However, the one I received doesn't work properly. The sound comes out of the speaker even when you have the headphones connected. I tried another set of headphones-same thing. I also plugged the player into my aux port in my car-same thing. It had great sound quality through the car speakers, but it was playing through the speaker on the player at the same time.
Summary: This player was initially a gift, and we have bought 2 more. It is good for the price, but not perfect. The 3" screen appealed to those in the family that watch videos, which play quite nicely. Multiple video formats are allowed and I have had little problem importing them (a few formats need minor tweaking). Further, it is Linux compatible out of the box (we use Linux on our computers) and copying onto the Trio from Linux works great.
Summary: I bought this mp3 player after reading some of the reviews... seemed okay for the price. well lets just say it is a piece of crap, i have only had it for about a week and a half and the sound is alreading going out, you have to bend whatever you have plugged into it (headphones, aux line, ect.
Summary: For all of the features and quality of the device, the 80+ bux I spent, I feel it was well worth it but then again its just a new toy for me that I could have done or could do without. But yes, I personally think this is a step in the right direction to creating that "one" device that will be your main source of entertainment, or at least on the road.
Pros: Nice screen specially for a 4.3", very crisp and very clear. As mentioned before, light weight too. Mini-HDMI output works great and looks great too up 720p but very short cable. Intenal speaker is amazingly clear and throws above average sound for such little thingy. Lithium battery holds up fora few hours or almost 3 hours depending on usage. Desktop is straight forward and to the point for your Videos, Music icon, eBook and Photo and Record icons.
Cons: Very fragile! Obviously needs a lot of TLC but what device doesnt need TLC (Tender Loving Care) now a days? Is basically your average MP3 player with a screen but able to watch videos too. No WiFi options of any kind. Touch screen is very sensitive and kind of hard to manage while making selection(s). MicroSD cards larger than 8gb's for it are super and relatively expensive. 8gb internal memory isn't much these days specially if video files are to be dealt with. Would...
Summary: It's a decent little gadget, for the price you pay. I bought this to replace an identical one that I dropped and the screen shattered. It can work as a VERY simple ereader with free TXT files from Project Gutenberg, Archive.org and the like, since you can create bookmarks that will keep your place when you need to do something else. Not the best ereader, but it can certainly do in a pinch. It could also be used to store grocery lists or something, I'm sure.