A good, simple music player - nothing more, nothing less
2 February 2010
Excerpt: This is a good player while it lasts, but mine only lasted 2 years! On the plus side, it uses standard AAA batteries meaning you can charge several at once or cycle them and never go without power. 2GB was ample for me, but for other users it may not be. They appear to be £35 now whereas mine cost £70 at Argos. Menus are good, be sure to update the firmware to the latest version.
Excerpt: "Very nice player, huge space for mp3s. The only disadvantage is poor handling of many files, if you got lets say 300 songs and want to listen to the 150 one, you have to press the button 150 times, which is sometimes frustrating. It has got many different colours of backlight, you can even set it to choose colour randomly after every pressing the button. Sound quality is good if you connect different headphones, the one with it are not very good. Uploading ...
Pros: 2gb, possibility to use as a pendrive, many languages
Excerpt: "...holiday and was not disappointed. Philips are renowned for their excellent quality products and this was no exception. Small and compact, I was amazed at the sound quality which is better than my home stereo system ! It is very easy to use with useful features including a backlight button and voice recorder, which as a writer and editor of the local newsletter comes in jolly handy at times. The only problems are I have found are that when you ...
Pros: small and lightweight with excellent sound quality . easy to use with voice recorder function
Cons: battery is not rechargeable . no neckstrap or carrying case supplied
Summary: Vorwort ************* Hallo Liebe Leser. Vor kurzem dachte ich mir...och, da dein Handy schrott ist, du aber doch gerne Musik hörst wenn du unterwegs bist, wieso holst du dir nicht einen MP3-Player....so weit so gut...also ab zum Elektrofachmarkt....tja welchen nimmt man jetzt aber??..Letztendlich habe ich mich für den Philips SA 4020 entschieden...warum..