Summary: I've had the th1101a for 9 years. I use it while bicycle riding and cutting the grass mostly. It has withstood snow,rain,ice and MANY drops to the ground. The device still plays as well as the day I bought it. The screen is a bit hard to read since my eyes have gotten worse and it's scratched up.
Summary: I've had this thing for about seven years. It still plays perfectly. My friend and I shared it throughout middle and high school so it has been beat up a lot. We lost the screen cover (so now the screen is vulnerable), the battery cover, the USB cover, and the buttons stick.
Summary: I have had this Pearl for about 4 years now. I don't really use it for an MP3 player much anymore, but it was useful when I did want to listen to music. The main feature I use is the voice recording; I am a student and it records very clearly even if the recorder and I are in the back of an...
Summary: I was a little disappointed in the RCA Th101 Pearl. First of all, what I was looking for in a mp3 player was (1) a player the ran on a AAA battery and (2) one that has a micro sd card slot. I thought that this player would be the ideal. However, when I tryed to play the sd card, it crapped out.
Summary: I used this product daily for over two and a half years before having any trouble with it. About 4 months ago, the forward and reverse buttons started sticking and making it impossible to select songs. Honestly, for as much abuse as it took, I'm amazed it lasted as long as it did.
Summary: I've had this little guy for 3 years now, but 3 days ago, the left button to switch songs got stuck and it kept replaying the same song over and over again. I tried taking it apart cause I figured there was just junk jammed in it. It fell apart! I was like "Dammit!".