Summary: Negative side, only 64Mb memory. Positive side, I bought it for a vice recorder and for this it works very well with a couple hours of record time. At $10 how can you go wrong? Also the built in mike has very good quality, I estimate 20hz-16khz range. When compared to my broadcast quality condenser mike, I wouldn't want to have to live on the difference. Software is easy to use on a PC and batteries last 2 forevers.
Summary: In trying to research info on this model, the manual said it was upgradeable but I don't think that means the memory. Looks like it might take an SD card in the battery compartment but the manual says nothing about upgrading the memory, just the functions. (something to do with CODEX upgrades) that you can download free from their website: samsungyepp.com. Was considering buying one off ebay but 64mb just isn't worth the money if it only holds about 20 songs max.
Summary: I gave this to my teenage daughter for Christmas last year. Very disappointing. While we are comfortable with computers and such, we are not experts, and it took forever to figure this thing out. It will only hold about 20 songs and is just not worth the trouble to spend way so much time to load the songs. The accompanying instruction book was obviously written by a non-English speaking person because it was just not easy to follow.
Summary: alright well i bought this guy last year, when it was $180! ya im an idiot-- well this was hte time where we didnt know much about mp3 players because apple just introduced the first one and only 10gb ipod. So i looked at this samsung yepp because it wasnt as expensive as the ipod. I really liked it and it was cute and i loved how it looked. It has a great back lit screen and it is easy to use. It was not worth the money! it is now, since its $70!
Summary: I got this player as a gift in February. It didn't work when I got it. It took 2 months for Samsung to return my messages and finally they let me send it back. I got it back in worse shape then I got it in the first place! When I first got it, my computer at least recognized there was a detachable device. Now my computer can't detect it at all. Thier customer service is unresponsive so I finally was able to send it back for a refund. Not worth the money at all.
Summary: The player is great and works perfectly. But the only problem is the software that comes with the player. It was just extremely confusing and i ended up not using it at all. I use the 'copy to cd or device' option on windows media player with the USB port being where the music is being sent and it works so much better. So basically trash the little red disk and do it the easy way. Otherwise the player is great and has crystal clear recordings.
Summary: I've owned my Yepp for over 6 months and have had no problem whatsoever. Previous user reports helped me to choose the Yepp, as I was looking for a unit that was very compact and could still produce quality sound. The included earbuds will want to be replaced, as is with most portable units these days, but the sound is very good with replacements.