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.
Summary: I have had this mp3 for probably about 4 or 5 years. It has been AMAZING! I got it when mp3s first came out, so it was a great little gadget that no one else had at the time. I was able to easily put songs on it, and now I look for good quality songs with small sizes to get the maximum value out of it. It is the smallest and most lightweight mp3 I have seen, it fits easily in the palm of your hand and the buttons aren't too small.
Summary: I can absolutely recommend the Yepp 64 mb player. But the ear phones which is delivered with the player is not that good. You should get yourself Koss PortaPro which is not that expensive or invest in expensive Sennheiser cans if you can afford it. The Koss PortaPro ear cans gives your player the bass you need so you don't have to set the DSP to "rock". Avoid ear phones with volume controls - they only degrade the sound quality.
Summary: The Samsung Yepp is probably the best MP3 player around. It's very light (take the ball out of your mouse - it's lighter than that!) and thin (unless you put the belt clip on) and for those who just want to use it the second you buy it - it comes with 2 songs already on it! It can easily be expanded to 3 hours of music with a flash card - when i first loaded my MP3s onto this I was wishing i had more to use! For any of you saving up to get the 32mb one, go for 64!
Summary: I was under the impression that the YP-E64 could be upgraded to a total of 128MB by using a 64MB Smart Media Card. This is not true. I was very disappointed about that. I tried using a 64MB SMC I bought specifically for this MP3 player, and ended up having to use the 32MB one I bought for my digital Camera. And the 128MB one I bought...useless, unless I want to take 300+ pictures with my camera. Other than that, the Voice recorder works great, and it sounds good.
Summary: The yp-e64 is pretty good. I use it everyday. But there are some minor problems with it. 1) The player's paint peels off real easily (you can scratch it and the paint will go bye bye). 2) The ear phones are a real tradgedy. The right ear stopped working after only 3 months of use. I had to go and buy new ones. (...) 3) The player can only take 32 mb cards (...)It's also not the fastest mp3 player around. Other than that the mp3s great.
Summary: The Yepp E64 is an excellent little system. I was tempted to go for the Diamond Rio 500 but I am required to use only Windows 95 and the RIO only has a USB option. The memory was the same capacity and the difference in features were minor. The Rio does have more custamizable sound settings so that you can choose your own Treble and Bass levels etc. but I found the Yepp's built in presets perfectly fine for listening to pretty much every type of music.
Summary: I bought this along with sony md-91 because for quick recordingfrom my mp3 library in my comp.. and this baby served me well.. verywell in fact.. first, bad things... no backlit and earphone is kindabad... you can live with it if you don't mind little bit of hiss.. other thing.. no usb... but it's optional and parallel port is fast enough.. now good things... this thing is really light.. i think lighest in the market.. and this is not that expensive . . .
Summary: This MP3 Player is good looking, (Just like the 32MB Version). It has built in 64MB flash memory with an expansion slot, which locks the card into place. It has a recording function with a built in microphone. This is nice but the quality is low, but could prove to be useful in lectures. It has a detachable belt clip. The software is easy to use, however it only supports windows. It uses Parallel, however USB is an optional extra.
Summary: I decided after a lot of thinking to but the Yepp, and I'm glad I did. With the 64 Meg, I fit 22 songs at CD quality sound. The design is great, and even though it doesn't come with USB, the parallel port is just fine in speeed. It's easy to use, easy to carry, and provides great sound at a great price. I like the phone book and the record features as well as the hold button and the different music modes. If your having trouble deciding between players, get this product.