Reviews and Problems with Mach Speed Trio MP3 Player
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Good concept, but a few steps short of great.
26 September 2011
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for my hard drive-based MP3 player when I found this on a clearance shelf and figured I'd give it a try. At first glance, it's a pretty good device, but there are several things that just don't work quite right. I found playlist management to be rather poor.
Summary: the battery in my Sansa stopped charging, so I started shopping media players. Mostly, I wanted a music player, but this device caught my eye, offering AVI playback at a workable screensize for a few dollars more than I planned to spend. I encountered some surprises, good and bad, with the unit: - Supports .srt subtitles ... as a fan of Asian cinema, that's a big deal for me. - I've dropped it twice now without cracking the screen.
Summary: To start with, I bought this to use as an mp3 player that had a remote so I could hook it to the sound system in the living room and not have to get up every time I wanted to change tracks or adjust the volume. As such, I haven't really messed with it much as a video player, but I can tell you that the pre-loaded video that I watched plays with the audio out of sync - not a good sign.
Summary: I got this item in nice pack. Initially I felt its good. But when I tried to operate, its not responding. After calling the tech support, as per their advice, I had to send it back for RMA. I spent $11 for shipping. These devices seems to be faulty. Please do not buy such devices.
Summary: This video player suffers from the same problem as all the ones we have looked at... If the encoding isn't a specific one video and sound will be out of sync. This player does seem to work better then the one's we have tried at this price. The video player has a resume that is nice if you need to turn off. Battery will beep about 5 sec before it turns off, but battery life is not bad.
Summary: The screen is good and the functioning is reasonable, but the user interface could be the worst ever designed. It will not use standard playlists and the builtin playlist feature is so crippled as to be worthless. Additionally, the touch screen is absolutely infuriating as it almost arbitrarily responds. Trying to scroll the screen can cause almost anything to happen. Even something as simple as setting the time and timezone takes 10 minutes.
Summary: I took a chance when I saw this one on sale for 59.99 at Fry's. I'm glad I did. Having trouble with a Viewsonic, a Nextar and lately with a Coby. I was able to transfer and play all my unprotected music and video from my Itune and Window media just by drag and drop. It would be great if the box comes with a wall power adapter.