Reviews and Problems with Philips GoGear Muse SA3MUS16
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Top quality simple to use best mp3 ever
24 August 2014
Summary: My first go gear was lost and there was no doubt I would only purchase another one.Voice recorder is great quality, as is picture and video. Super simple to download and easy to use. Small, lightweight, all in all a GREAT product.
Summary: I bought this product because I was looking for a high-capacity mp3 player for a reasonable price that wasn't an iPod. After reading some reviews that basically said this player was only worth it because it was so cheap, I decided to give it a shot. IIt is actually quite easy to use.
Summary: I barely used the product and the volume button(-) doesn't work well. The video quality is very poor. No Bluetooth....etc. The sound is good. The device is very delicate. I bought a soft case and I put the earphones in the same case and the back of the device is now damage. I don't recommended it.
Summary: I read the previous revies and was quite scared of freezing the player. However, it froze only once just after the charging completed. I enjoy the quality of sound and possibility to listen by means of embedded speaker.
Summary: I Fixed my GoGear Vibe! 4gb version. I had that symptom where my computer failed to see the usb device. The firmware "Repair" was successful but didn't fix that problem. Here's what I did - With your GoGear usb unplugged and turned on, scroll down to [Settings/PC connection preference] and switch...
Summary: Bought as a birthday present. Had some initial issues which the seller addressed right away, politely and professionally. This will be a hit and the shipping and packaging was fast and secure.
Summary: The only thing this player has going for it is the touchscreen & UI. The majority of the players problems lie in Songbird. I installed Songbird and updated my player. Songbird was able to import all of my music, but none of the album art or my playlists.
Sleek and stylish media player but plagued with problems
Media Man, Amazon
5 January 2012
Summary: My previous media player (30GB iPod video) has been suffering with a slowly dying battery for the last year or so. Wanting to branch out and try other media products besides Apple I decided to give Philips a go.