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.
Not bad for the $$-but I still miss my Sansa Clip...
Jeff Edwards "RadioJeff", 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.
Summary: Great product. Easy to use and very useful. Very good acquisition. I bought it used but it was really in good shape, no problems with that. If you like to run, do it with sound, you will find it much more interesting.
Summary: I purchased two Philips SA32 to replace one that became damaged that I got from Target some time back. They arrived very quickly. The players worked very well. However, in one of the packages, the earbuds were new, but not Philips. Those earbuds did not operate properly.
Toni @ My Book Addiction "My Book Addiction", Amazon
7 January 2009
Summary: We bought this for our 11 year old son for Christmas. He and my husband both get a lot of use out of it. It holds a lot of music and holds videos and movies. The sound and picture are very clear. It's also very light and compact. I definitely recommend this product!
Summary: This is a great little no frills player for a great price. The reviewers are correct about the video and the playlist issues, but if all you want is a great little music player, it's just fine. The sound is great thanks for Philips patented FullSound technology....
Summary: I've always been a fan of Philips gogear devices. I own 1 PMC7230 and 3 HDD6330. The PMC7230 is more of a sit and watch/listen device, the HDD6330 is a great portable device, but is still a chunk in the pocket when your walking around.