Summary: Every month, manufacturers unleash even more MP3 players to an increasingly confused public. Not only do these devices have wildly divergent features, but ongoing format wars mean the MP3 player you choose dictates where you can buy your digital music. These devices are anything but one-size-fits-all. First, there's the question of design.
No Technical glitches and no poblem with the file manager !
1 September 2003
Summary: This little thing is truly amazing ! As I read through all the reviews of users having problems, I can not help but wonder, if they might lack a bit of technical expertise. First of all, I have used this player on both, a Mac and a PC and if you handle the unit as you should any USB device, there are no hang-ups or any other technical issues.
Summary: This lightweight technolically advanced mp3 player is the best player you will find on amazon.com The software is great unless your runnin a xp computer machine. You just import the files and Boom you got it just like at the rent a center. I wouyld also like to giva a shoutout to my dawgs back in south central nbpt.
Summary: I love the Yepp player. Got the 128 Meg version for Christmas this year and I absolutely love it. Can store about 40 songs and changing them is really really easy. The battery life is also good, about one week per one AAA battery. It's also very resistant. It got thrown in the washing machine (NOT recommended) last week, and after an hour of the blow dryer, everything is working fine! That is unbelievable. The sound quality will amaze you.
Summary: This MP3 player is both good and bad. There aren't many bad features, like that it doesn't have an expansion port and only 64 mb (about 70 minuets of music/voice) memory. other than that it is very well made. With one AAA battery for almost four hours of play time, the total size is that of two AA batteries lined up next to each other. This player is also Verrrrrrrrrrrrry durable. I droped this out of my car going 40 and it didn't break, nor leave a scratch!
Summary: Just got this today, my first MP3 player. For the money ($ 59.00) you can't beat it. Got it up & running within 5 mins. I've seen complaints about the software. To me it was a breeze but maybe that's because I work in the software business. My one and only complaint would be the headphones, but again, as a total package this player is superb. Now go and get one.
Summary: I purchased this based on the other reviews here. I just got it in the mail. Barely reading the directions (a guy thing), I had the software installed and sounds uploaded in less than 5 minutes. Fortunately, I had remembered other reviewers stating that the headsets were of poor quality, I had a slight panic. But, I put in some other ones I had, voila....ready to rocknroll. Ok, one more excuse gone to get on the treadmill.
Summary: It seems this product is a hot item as I purchased right after Christmas for [$$]. Even at its current price it is a steal. The directions included make it very easy to use and understand. The software is easy and downloading takes no time at all. The first time I downloaded 15 mp3's it took about 3 minutes total I followed the step by step directions and it was simply. As a runner, it is great as it comes with the armband and waist clip also, along with headphones.
Summary: I got the Samsung YP-30SH (128MB) MP3 player for Christmas and love it! I look forward to working out so I can wear it. Compared to luging around a CD player this is a breeze. My wife and I fight over who get to use it at the REC Center. Now she wants one, guess I have a birthday idea. Two things I don't like about it. Had to pay $$$ to unlock the YEPP Audio Manager software after I ripped 50 free MP3 files.