Reviews and Problems with Mach Speed Trio MP3 Player
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good for established playlist
KEVIN C., Newegg
23 April 2009
Summary: If you want to set up a playlist and let it play thru this is great. The buttons and display size mean you won't be playing with it much. The clip is only bent metal, leaving a space about the thickness of a quarter open so not overly secure if used for running, etc, basically depends on gravity not...
Pros: tiny, light, self contained battery. Has FM recording capability, but as wave file so large file. Believe it or not, accessories avail thru manufacturer including AC power pack. No drivers needed, just use windows explorer to drag and drop from source file. I'd say the ear buds that came with it ...
Cons: buttons, display are of course tiny too. Proprietary end on usb cable - BAD if you misplace cable. SLOW write speed so not good for podcast.
Summary: There's a funny situation with power: There's a "soft-off" where you hold the momentary button until it turns off, or a hard switch that completely cuts off the juice. Unfortunately using the latter method means you lose your radio presets and the position in the queue of the songs you were playing.
Pros: Small size, 4GB capacity, MP3 up to 320 kbps, surprisingly high resolution backlit screen, built-in equalizer and several presets, FM radio that allows you to program 30 stations to memory, recharges via USB, and best of all it is recognized by my PC as a "USB mass storage device" (no driver need...
Cons: It's a little slow on the transfer speed from my PC, I'm admittedly spoiled when I complain that it takes several entire seconds to transfer a song... Headphones are a little fem looking, with an almost-too-short clear-coated silver cable and a couple silver beads, and then some thing I can't fig...
Summary: hmm..... Trust me... Buy a good set up head phones for what ever your doing. If your going to run with it... fine get a running pair "sweat resistant etc." Also If you do drop this and break it... Its cheap buy another one! haha
Pros: Very small, puts out a ear bleeding volume... Crystal clear quality... excellent if your thinking of getting something tiny and discrete for what ever your planning to do with it. Radio stations come in incredibly clear... Changeable face plates are awesome as well
Summary: Not much point in using this player, if you have to have that special cable with you to do anything with it. Sits in a drawer as a waste of money!
Pros: Small size, multiple colors included. Belt clip. Fair memory size.
Cons: Non-standard USB cable! Not mini-USB, not micro-USB, but something unique. You are tied to having that original cable with you at all times if you want to share music from the player with someone else. Haven't seen it for sale anywhere. What a pain! Also, the menu system is difficult to use. Voic...
Summary: I've had these things before and because you have to use one or two buttons for everything, they will break in a year or two rendering the device useless. As long as you don't expect this thing to last a long time know that the price should be appropriate.
Pros: Large, 4Gb, memory; finally earphones to replace the worthless iPod buds; Price (bought as deal-of-day for $18.99)
Cons: Slow uploading files to player; Software is too smart for its own good; Random function cryptic and never would have figured it out unless I was reading a review here (the trick is you need to put your files in a single folder, NOT IN THE ROOT); Poor documentation; Not for a newbie or a kid
Summary: Compared to competitors on the market right now this product is a great deal.
Pros: It's tiny! It plays music quite well, I like how the faceplate is customizable, the headphones it comes with are of decent quality, and the user interface is functional once you get used to it.
Cons: I had some problems with the UI at first but for the most part got over them. I would say the one thing that makes me knock it down an egg is that the USB cord it comes with. It is not a typical mini-USB port (which a very discriminating eye could tell from the picture, but I guess I wasn't discr...
Summary: I bought this for my daughter after she washed a very expensive MP3 player, kind of a responsibility lesson. She likes it well enough but she is missing the large screen and other features offered by her now clean dead MP3 player
Pros: Small, lightweight, compact. Nice for jogging or brisk walks. The faceplates adds to the overall appearance if that sor of thing matters. Many features available such as FM radio and voice recorder
Cons: Hard to read display, but my eyes are not the best