Summary: Bought this mp3 player back in 2008, and I still use it to this day. It's scratched to bits, from being dropped, stepped on, sliding it in my pocket while running- but it's durability and (over time) sentimental value had me hooked.
Summary: I went to the Philips.com website and located this mp3/video player. I clicked on the download Media Converter for this player. When I unzipped it from it's zip file and loaded it. Each time I tried to have it convert a video, it cause my XP to crash.
Summary: I am shocked by the amount of bad reviews for this player. I loved it when I had it (I lost it so now i'm looking to buy a new one.)... I am very picky when it comes to reviews because I'm not sure who to believe and I was actually surprised to see the bad reviews.
Summary: This was the first mp3 player I ever bought, and that was back in 2008. The thing is still going. Since it has a very small music capacity, (4GB) I out grew it quickly and "upgraded" to the Zune 120GB which has given me nothing but headaches.
Summary: I got a Philips MP3 for my birthday. I was excited to have something that would let me listen to my music. First of all, the sound got WAY to loud at the lowest volume level. It gives me a headache when I listen.
Summary: random shuffling is horrible. It had nothing random linked to it at all. You will easily realize the repetition and I am amazed that I have not yet broken this device given that its lack of innovation is quite frustrating. I cannot create a playlist. I cannot add a song to my favorite.
Summary: Hard to load. Hard to orginize. Songs load out of sequence(rough when you load groups like Pink Floyd,Marillion, and Styx). Loading pics is a study in computer engeneering. Video? Forget it. It takes a special program just to down load from you tube! Want a good MP3 that is easy to use?
Summary: okay i get this thing for 60 bucks. It works fine for a little bit, but the controls are all screwde up. if i press fast forward it will rewind and it will pop up the stupid annoying "do you want to add this to the playlist". it will do the the same for rewind.
Summary: I decided to check out the reviews for this while shopping for a replacement MP3 player. I purchased this player at Walmart soon after its release. I paid about $70, which at the time I thought was a good price.
Not bad for the $$-but I still miss my Sansa Clip...
Jeff Edwards, Amazon
21 August 2009
Summary: I'm a rather big fan of the average Phillips products...I have a pair of noise cancelling headphones & earbuds and both work really great--especially for the money. I figured with a track record like that, an mp3 player was pretty much a given.