Summary: I had one before and love it but i broke the screen which made it useless,I love it because it has fm and it holds a charge for a long time compare to a Ipod so when I saw it on Ebay I was all over it
Summary: I bought a used one of these units to play MP3 audio, most of which is teachings and sermons. My main concern was having a bluetooth wireless headset capability in a small player. Battery life was critical, too, because I have been using a Dell X30 for a couple years and the battery life is about 75 minutes. The T10 player is supposed to play for 35 hours! The unit has no control buttons except for the sliding on/off/hold switch on the side.
Summary: I happen to buy 4 of these in one auction and we are really pleased with the players. I gave the best one to my daughter for her birthday, gave one to my wife to replace here Sony 2G player and I kept 2 for myself. The wife and daughter are happy as can be. I use these everyday. One has audio books on it and the other is music. I do this because my job is really boring and I can have a lot of choice this way.
Summary: My husband had this media player before so I was familar with it. We needed the bluetooth component for our chatterboxes on our motorcycle helmets so we could bluetooth the music through it. Works great! Haven't had any problems except for occasional freezing. In the month I have had it, it froze twice. We googled solutions and it said some songs do that. Since I removed the couple it seemed to freeze on, it hasn't done it since.
Summary: I purchased a refurbed T10 MP3 player, which came with a 90-day warranty from Samsung. Right out of the box it didn't work unless the On/Off switch was manually held in the mid-position. Samsung Customer Service agreed to repair it, but I had to pay the shipping, which I did according to Amazon return guidelines (Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation). 3 weeks later, Samsung claims they never received the unit, even though the USPS website shows they did.