Summary: Every time I browsed in electronics, either online or at a store, I looked at the MP3 players. I already had a iRiver CD/MP3 player (which I love) so it took a lot of rationalizing and techno lust to buy another player. But I knew I wanted something I could run with, and my iRiver was just too bulky. I was also looking at jukeboxes (iPod, Creative Nomad) but when it came down to it, I knew I needed (really, wanted) something really small to work out with.
Summary: It's a great little player, just go to samsungusa.com and download the Yepp Explorer software because the software that came with it is kinda wack, but great great sounds, and you can adjust the bitrate on your Explorer program to get more music out of the player however at a slighly lower fidelity rate, Amazon.com/J&R had a sale on this item which .../...
Summary: This is a great little device! I use it at the gym, and hardly notice it's there (weight-wise!). The volume is more than loud enough to drown out the music at the gym. Here are my recommendations: * It's worth spending a little more to get the 128MB version. * Download the Explorer from the Samsung site for uploading new music, and your favorite MP3 producing software (such as MusicMatch Jukebox).
Summary: I recently purchased the YP-30S and have nothing but good things to say about the player. If you are looking for a player to take to the gym, jogging, biking, or any other bouncy-type activity...this player is probably going to work for you. It comes with some nice features such as an arm-band and belt-clip. The design of the unit is not exactly built for those with big fingers, but it doesn't take long to figure out how to work the controls.