Summary: I love this player! However it tends to freeze and won't read the sd card sometimes (using a 16gb sd card) and you have to restart it. Also in order to put songs on the sd card I had to take the card out and put it in my cell phone and drag and drop my files that way and then put the card back into the r0.
Excellent... Just don't try to Upgrade the Firmware.
S. Bowers, Amazon
28 November 2012
Summary: Beautiful, perfect, AMAZING player. Loved every moment with it... until I got the brilliant idea to update the firmware. That was when it all went downhill. First, though, lets talk about what's great about this player. First, it's not an Apple, and it works beautifully with all programs. Second, its casing is ENTIRELY stainless steel, so it's tough. I ended up getting a cover for it, and put a film of clear contact paper over the screen, but its a tough little thing.
Summary: Ive noticed, some bad reviews. In my expirience this MP3 is excellent. Its not perfect but its very good for the price i got it for. Ive had it for 11 months now, and its still like new, and nothing has gone wrong, even the headphones have lasted that long. I recommend this MP3, it will definately be your moneys worth.
Summary: I previously owned the YP-K3 2G. I absolutely loved that thing. It was phenomenal. Unfortunately I ran it over with my van (its hard to imagine isn't it?) Anyway, I needed to buy another but they apparently do not make them anymore. The closest I could find was this one - but it is far from its predecessor. First of all I cannot figure out how to stop it from downloading my entire computer contents.
Summary: Had this player 2 weeks before deciding to send it back. First the good; sound is noticeably better than a lot of other players i have used (ipod, creative zen/x-fi and sansa). I was happy with the build quality and screen as well. I like that everytime you restart the player, or replug in headphones it lowers the volume to midlevel--some people would not like that feature though, and i did not look to see if it can be disabled. Now, the bad.
Summary: Honestly, I don't understand why this little gem isn't more popular. Seems like it's only available online. Can't find it at Best Buy, Target, Radio Shack, Fry's, K-Mart, etc. I dunno, maybe people are turned off by the pink color? But I have a silver one. I've owned quite a few mp3 players in my time, and while I've never found one that has absolutely every feature I want, this one has more than any other. Great sound. Good price. Drag-and-drop.
Summary: This MP3 has been perfect for what I needed. I have a Ford with the SYNC system, so I just plug it in and leave it there. I also like that you can stick a Micro SD card in there with music and pics on it for more storage.
Summary: This MP3 Player seemed ideal when I purchased it - Great form factor, excellent screen, great support for lots of audio & video formats, potentially easy enough to use for my mom to use as a gift. The biggest draw was the SD Card expansion port. I had a 16GB Sandisk Class 4 MicroSD card from a phone I wanted to put to good use. The problem is data on the SD card is treated as third-class baggage.