Summary: Nice battery life, radio has great quality, love ability to record radio, music easy to upload. Voice notes are very handy, and I love how you can view videos and pictures RCA Opal 4 GB Video MP3 player with 1.8-inch Display, FM Radio, and Voice Recording (Blue)
Summary: I purchased the Opal a couple of years ago. I was satisfied at first, but then it would die after a couple of hours just listening to the radio. Even quicker if you play a mp3. Finally RCA came out with a firmware update. Its amazing how long it will play between charges. I'm talking days.
Summary: I recently got a new mp3 player, and though I like that one better, I still think the Opal is good for the price. It has good sound quality, and 4GB was enough to hold most of my music. I also love the radio, especially the fact that you can record music off of it (something my new player can't do).
Summary: The first one stopped working after eight months. I returned it and got a replacement which took nearly two months. The replacement battery started to die after two months. I was told I was out of luck because the "original" warranty was in effect in spite of getting a SECOND unit and that the...
Summary: Mp3 players are not complicated things ... most of us can just throw the software and booklets away when we open a new package. This player however had alot of quirks and internal problems. I wish I had actually had the booklets for this one.
Summary: I got this as an upgrade to my RCA Pearl, a 1gb player I got a few years ago before video was the thing, and I'm pretty impressed. The music plays loud and clear and the video doesn't lag or skip like I've seen on some of my friends' players.
Summary: This is the THIRD RCA MP3 player that has died on me. I stupidly keep replacing them or returning them. But they keep dying in after 8 months of light use. Do not buy this unless you want to purchase a new one every year. I thought the features would be nice, radio, etc.
Summary: We bought 3 of these RCA MP3 players on black Friday from WalMart when they had them (the 8GB ones) on sale for $49. I gave the first to my oldest son (17 years old) for his birthday. He used it a few times and the screen stopped lighting up.