Reviews and Problems with Philips GoGear RaGa (SA3RGA02/SA3RGA04)
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Come in very nice with my workouts
THE DUKE, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I ordered this a few months ago and instead of a 4 GB player I got a 2 GB instead. When I contacted the seller about this I got a part of the total price refunded. The unit works perfectly, music and radio. I use it whenever I go out running or skating.
GOOD ENOUGH... BUT NOT AS GOOD AS THE SANSA CLIP ZIP!
Phil Espejo, Amazon
20 September 2013
Summary: I've been hunting for a small mp3 player that will work best with my V-Moda Crossfade headphones during my travel and exercises schedules. I already have an iPod Nano, a Sansa Clip & a Sansa Clip Zip. Adding this Philip GoGear Raga 4 to the arsenal, here's my verdict: The Sansa Clip Zip outperforms those others mentioned as far as detailed clarity sound is concerned... sounding like as if you're there with the band playing next to you!
Summary: I had older models of the same system that worked much better. The sound is still great, but the programming is buggy and there are massive delays between when you press buttons and when things actually happen. Whoever wrote and tested the software on their end should be fired. Designwise, with the armband, it continues to be one of my favorites, despite the shoddy firmware.
Summary: When I first got the mp3 player, and plugged it into the computer, it asked to either charge and transfer or charge and play. The Option to charge and transfer would supposedly charge tho ipod and connect to the computer and transfer my files. It worked... sort of. While plugged in, it would hold the charge and have my music and everything. But as soon as I unplugged it from the computer, it turned completely off and didn't work.