Summary: it has internal storage capacity of 128MB. instructions say external storage of SD 512 MB card. However, I am currently playing from a 1 gig card and it works fine. that is about 200 songs. I skip the internal storage and use only the card. just insert the card in your computer, drag/drop songs to the card, put the card in the device and play. you don't need to use the enclosed software.
Good Quality straight forward MP3 player at a bargin price.
7 July 2012
Summary: I bought this MP3 player to listen to music while I was cycling. While this unit is dated, it has all of the full features that I was looking for, MP3 player, radio, stop watch. It also has play list option settings, equalizer settings, as well as the standard volumn setting. It is compatable with windows 7. I use different ear buds than the stock ones, the sound quality is very good.
Summary: I have used this player a couple of years. I have had these issues with this player: - Select switch broke off. - Specs say upgradeable to 512MB, but if you use a 256MB SD or MMC card, you only have about 10 minutes of battery life. They don't tell you this before you buy. - Battery connection is not secure. If the player is jostled a bit, it will loose power. - Poor quality earphones. - This player has destroyed two memory cards.
Summary: i love it, it's easy to use it was my 1st mp3 player & pretty easy to figure out for 1st timers on how to stick music from your computer into the player i only dislike the fact that i cant plug it up if i dont want to waste batteries i've dropped it a few times & it's still tickin
Summary: I'm a junior in high school and I love this thing. Everyone at school always raves about I-Pods but most of them have MP3 players that are under $100. Go figure. Anyway, My mom bought this one for me for an overpriced $152. She could have done better for that money. But I am a Cher fan, and in case no one has noticed, whoever makes up the CD's has a thing for putting the same songs on 3 or 4 CD's.
Summary: I got this mp3 player for christmas and i have to say that it has served its purpose so far. At first i wanted to get the virgin player but once i found out that i wont need that much memory i opted out of for the biomorph. The 126mb was good enough for me because i listen to the same 20 songs for about a month untill i change them anyway. But, for others you can add addtional memory. The directions will fool for about a day but in all actuality it installs itself.
Summary: I bought this, because it looked very convenient. It was very small, and I wanted to use it for running. When I got it and read the directions they were completely different from what my computer was offering. They leave out quite a bit of instructions. I was unsuccessful in installing all the software and putting mp3's into my player. They're online website was just the same.
Summary: I bought this on EBay for a total of $68 including shipping. It's very light so that may be why others gave a low rating - it just doesn't feel worth the $99 (actual price). I read the advice of others and didn't install the software. I just plugged the USB in and it recognized the item as a removable drive. All I did after that was drag and drop my songs in to the removable drive window and that was it!
Summary: Bought this player on the spur of the moment while buying a DVD video player. Got home, set up the MMP8500 with NO PROBLEMS WHATSOEVER!!! I installed only the drivers and drag and drop my MP3 files from my hard drives. YOU DON'T NEED TO INSTALL ANYTHING ELSE! The unit is very light and sounds great, I did however buy the SONY MDR-J10 headphones for ten bucks, I just don't like ear buds. For a 100 bucks you can't wrong.