Summary: The Yepp 64 is very cool. With 64MB built in and a SmartMedia slot for additional memory, this device ranks among the top in terms of storage space. It is very small and very light. Sound quality is excellent - although the earbuds that it comes with are not that 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.
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...
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.
Summary: I just got the Samsung Yepp and I think it's a great player. From the moment you open the box it definitely has that "touch me, feel me" look to it. This thing is very very small (smaller than I expected from pictures on the web), I'd say about the size of a deck of cards.
Summary: This is a great MP3 player. It plays MP3 players with good sound, and the headphones sound good, but they are very uncomfortable. So I got my own pair of Sony headphones. It downloads at a good speed, not too slow. There is only one problem with my player, or more-so with the real jukebox software.
Good Buy - get it and be on the edge of technology!
D. Andreyev, Amazon
3 October 2001
Summary: Great player! You may not use the phone book feature, but as a music reproducing device it serves its purpose well! Sound quality is very good. Running only on two AAA bat's, it runs for hrs & hrs. Navigation and controls are easy to use. Software runs well on NT & 98 (tested myself).
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.
Summary: After hesitating between the choice of the Yepp and the Rio, I chose the Yepp, and I am happy I did. It is very easy to use. I had mine full of songs within 20 minutes of opening the box. I will probably buy the optional USB connection, but the parallel port transferred the mp3 files fast enough.
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Will Stone, Amazon
13 September 2001
Summary: Samsung's Yepp is an excelent player for anyone that doesnt have Windows 98 or higher. Even if you do, it has a USB connection that is optional. The GOOD things: 1. The player has a good amount of space (64 mbs) 2. The player is well design and easy to get used to 3.