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: Had one, returned in a week. Don't bother. FM tuner literally takes three seconds between each MHZ setting, only goes one way and sounds terrible. Flimsy case design. Frimware will not work with Windows XP, USB interface locks up OS on PC. and to top it off, not supported by manufacturer anymore.
Summary: I got one of these for christmas. The only thing I DONT like about it is the inability to file songs somehow, ie: alphabetically, by artist, etc. This isnt necessarily a problem now with only 128 mb, but when I expand to 512mb which i plan on doing, im sure it will be frustrating having to scan thru to find the songs i want. Transferring songs is simple and fast, about 10-15 secs per song.
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 got one of these for Christmas, and I didn't even get to listen to a single song. The user-interface for the FM tuner did not work very well, so I followed the manual's instructions to do a firmware upgrade. I formatted as per the manual, and now the player is dead. Complete waste of money IMHO.
Summary: This mp3 player sucks. No wonder it is so cheap. Today was my first day with it and it screwed up on me. The instructions on the thing are confusing and you have a hard time getting the thing to connect to your computer so you can download songs. It tells you to "reformat" the mp3 thing and I did exactly what it told me to do to reformat it and it gave me an error message the next time I powered it on and it shut down. Now it won't stay on.
Summary: This was the cheapest model I saw. I bought this Memorex model to use in the gym and I've had a lot of problems with it. This is for starters; The snap on the carrying case broke making the armband useless, probably because it is made of flimsy vinyl. The design of the snap kept rubbing against the power button that would shut the player off. (Especially on the treadmill) The player is controlled by a toggle switch that often falls off.