Summary: I LOVED this mp3 player. I am so sorry it finally wore out. I've bought Sansa Clips, and two broke promptly, the third was defective when I received it. Why did they have to discontinue this product? This was a great mp3 player, far better than Apple. I blame MBAs.
Summary: I have a Samsung YP-U2 since 2006, but it stopped to work due to battery malfunction. So, I looked for a mp3 player that could replace it, that have two useful tools I use a lot: Repeat A-B (Select a part of the music to repeat) and Play Speed (From 0.7x to 1.3x).
Summary: I made a list of the criteria I was looking for when I first honed in on Samsung's YP-U2 a number of years ago -- some things that were lacking from a number of large players with large screens that seemed to dominate the market.
Summary: I have no complaints for this item. It's simple and easy to use. Granted, the controls aren't labelled, but once you get acquainted with it, there's no problem, and it doesn't take long to become familiarized with the controls and functions.
Summary: I workout often and wanted an MP3 player that would fit my needs. This player is light weight and i barely notice it is on when working out. This player has excellent sound qualit and the EQ did a great job of providing a few options as well as an auto EQ, I only wish i could have this kinda quality...
Summary: This is a terrific mp3 player -- I returned two others before I got this one. It is very easy to manage and sort through files on the player, and you can drag and drop on your computer. The buttons are easy to control; you don't accidentally skip through a file by hitting a button the wrong way.
Summary: Bought this MP3 Player for my girlfriend since she wanted an MP3 Player that wasn't too expensive and I didn't want her to get something too cheap that it ends up being a cheap quality. This MP3 Player is like a low priced high quality MP3 Player (that's what she said) after she got it.
Cool Gadget, Good Sound. I could use better instructions.
frisco mama, Amazon
7 April 2010
Summary: My Samsung 512MB YP-T7 went dead on me. Well, it had served me well for many years so I went ahead and upgraded to the the U5. Sound quality is quite good. There is a tiny user manual, available at readable size online. It hasn't really helped me a lot.