Summary: this item doesn't do what it suppose to do its different in color and it only has 102 mb of memory instead of 512 the saler says he will refund my money and I should send it back that means I 'll be paying for the shipping back and nothing to show for what I payed for yes I am real Happy
Summary: I got one for my 13th birthday and one for my 14th birthday,which was YEARS ago.I have had them for 5 years and they still work fine,the cover over the buttons on the side came off of one,but it still works.One got water spilled on it,it still works.I recently lent them to my brother to use while he was working in a factory.And he lost them both.I miss them so much.They are such strong little players.They are amazing.
Summary: I have a RCA Lyra RD1076A Mp3 player. The design is the same as the RD1076, just more memory. It worked great when I first got it (about a year ago)but, now I'm running into an internal memory problem where it will only hold around 20 songs. Yes, it does jam up from time to time, but new batteries fix that problem. Try as I might, after getting a memory card for it, I could never get it to play the songs on the memory card.
Summary: I used one of these for close to a year before I upgraded. While I found the audio quality to be just fine, I did experience that it ate batteries like nobody's business. I also had some issues with it staying connected to my PC long enough to transfer more than 1 or 2 songs at a time, so I eventually gave up on that and went with just using SD cards.
Summary: This product is great for listening to music, but the headphones that it was shipped with were trash. I bought 3 MP3 players and threw all the head sets away. I recommend this Mp3 player because it has a SD card exspation slot. It is easy to use and transfer music, if you have musicmatch you don't need to load the cd that comes with the player.
Summary: I bought an RD1076 this week after 2 years of using the smaller RD1072 (256MB). Two days later I returned the it to the store. I only use the player to listen to downloaded podcasts (spoken word). Since both models have no bookmarking capabilities I slice the podcasts into 2-minute segments before loading them to the Lyra. Obviously the tracks must be listened to in a precise order.