Summary: I've had my RCA S2501 MP3 player for about a month. Initially, it was great: Both the player and the headphones could go several hours without charging. (I run a lot -- usually an hour and a half a day. At first, I could go two or three days without having to recharge either part of the unit.
Summary: I have had my S2501 for a while now it is handy being wireless and all but the wireless head set is something to be desired. My first one went bad after 90 days or so, I managed to get a replacement headset only for it to last about 60 days and the second round of customer support from RCA was less...
Summary: I just got the RCA 2501A today so I can't really speak about battery life. However, I would like to give my first impressions... Music is easy to put on the thing just like most MP3 players, I use Windows Media Player without problem.
Summary: I use the RCA Jet Stream when I go jogging. The big advantage is that it is wireless. I have become addicted to listening to audio books while jogging. It has a lot of features including an FM radio and pedometer not found on most MP3 players. The price was great too.
Summary: I used this unit about 5 times and really enjoyed the freedom of using a wireless unit while I worked out, even though the sound quality was poor, and I am far from picky. That is due to the wireless ear buds being huge, and I don't have small ears, either.
Summary: This item arrived yesterday. It is good looking and easy to operate. The wireless earphone is fantastic. Good sound quality. But the pedometer is a joke: it is too sensitive even I set the sensitivity level as low. I tried 10 steps, and it shows more than 20 steps counted.
Summary: Overall I am very satisfied with the S2501A. Sound quality is good and the wireless headphones work as advertised. I thought the ear clips wouldn't last long, though. After about ten uses one broke. Now, I'm trying to find a site that I can get replacement ear clips.