Summary: Cutting to the chase, I enjoyed this MP3 player every day at work, until it died, that is -- off warranty, of course. The quality of the unit was fine, and the sound was good too, while it lasted. (The local Sony store was helpful, but couldn't revive it.) Oh well.
Summary: I've had this MP3 player since last Fall of 2012. It's adequate, but loses battery power rather quickly. Also, for some reason, every now and again the machine will buzz suddenly while I'm listening to a song.
Summary: The battery is consumed too fast, I have to charge it every day and also ray screen though was in his jacket. I like his ability, but the battery life leaves much to be desired expecting much in this regard, Thanks for your attention.
Summary: Received this as a gift and for the first couple of weeks it played perfectly. Now after a couple of hours of playing the sound starts to crackle and does so for several minutes. Thought it was the heaphones so put it on speaker and still crackled!!!!! Would NOT receommend this one!!
Summary: I cant really say to much about this because I bought it as a Christmas present for someone so I don't know how well it works as of yet. I am happy that it arrived before the estimated arrival date. It looks like it is in mint condition the only thing I don't care for is that it looks more like a pink than a red color.
Summary: I could not justify paying $200 for an i-pod touch so I picked up a player from Sony instead. The one major problem I have with it is the file transfer. While it claims to use a "drag & drop" storage system. In reality, it is more like "drag & drop & convert." It is really clunky. Other than that, some of the buttons are placed in awkward locations and the player settings are inflexible. Overall, I like the player.