|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Polymer|
|Supported Standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV, OGG|
|Memory Card Slot||Micro SD|
|Product Dimensions||8.7 x 4 x 0.8 cm; 112 Grams|
|Item Weight||112 g|
|Item Model Number||MC3B|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||18 December 2017|
AGPTEK C3 8GB Bluetooth 4.0 MP3 Player, Metal Casing Lossless Supports Playlist Shuffle FM Radio, Expandable Up to 128G, Black
|Component type||Memory, Battery|
|Supported standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV, OGG|
|Memory Card Slot||Micro SD|
About this item
- BLUETOOTH FUNCTION: Independent bluetooth 4.0 version. Playlist, FM radio, folder and shuffle are available under bluetooth mode. It is also compatible with some cars of 0000 PIN code (not with random PIN).
- LOSSLESS SOUND QUALITY: Supports audio formats MP3/WMA/WAV/OGG/APE/FLAC/AAC-LC/ACELP. Brings you clear crystal sound and amazing listening experience.
- MULTI-FUNCTION: A nice companion in your leisure time. More than a music player, it can works as a voice recorder, radio, book reader. You can also browse pictures and watch video on the player.
- VOICE ACTIVATED MODE: When it's on "AVR" mode, it will start recording automatically without being noticed when the sound environment is higher than 50-60 dB and stop recording when lower than 50-60 dB so as to save the memory.
- SUPPORTS UP TO 128GB: 8GB internal memory stores up to 2000 songs and expanded to 128GB with a micro sd card slot, which allows you enjoying music up to 4000. There is no limit to the number of songs from folder option. 2-hours full charge for 18.5h music playback by earphone.
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AGPTEK C3 music player possess light and slim body with all-metal aluminum alloy shell provides comfortable hand-feel. With 2 independent volume buttons on the side and 5 control buttons below the main screen, this music player is easy to operate even for the elder.
- Multi-functional. Besides listening to music, it can be used to record conference memo, view picture, watch video, listen to radio and read EBook.
- Support background music/radio playback. Turn on/off the radio background in "settings".
- Editable playlist. There are 3 preset playlists in the player, add songs to any of them or delete from it as you like.
- Support most lossless audio formats: MP3/WMA/OGG/APE/FLAC/WAV/AAC-LC/ACEL, etc.
- 7 optional equalizer offer you more personalized experience. Tune the music playing style according to your preference, such as Rock, Funky, Jazz, Classic, etc.
- Time Screen-saver: It could acts as a clock during exercising or reading which is power-saving and protects the screen.
- With 220mAh built-in Li-polymer battery, it supports 18.5hrs music playing time by earphones; 6hrs music playing time by Bluetooth when it is fully charged.
- Certified by CE FCC RoHS. More reliable.
1 x Black Bluetooth MP3 Player
1 x USB Cable
1 x User Manual
Please note: no earphones in the package.
✔ Guess what functions you can access under Bluetooth mode?
1.It allows you to play songs by playlist,album and artist under Bluetooth status which enables you to choose your favourite songs sooner.
2.Rewind/ fast forward ,folder and shuffle are available under bluetooth mode.
3. 2-in-1: It is not only a mp3 player, can also be a FM radio.Because the mp3 player supports FM radio under bluetooth mode.
Please note: you should plug an earphone as an antenna when listening to radio.
4.It is also compatible with some cars of 0000 PIN code (not with random PIN).
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It does not sort the listed files by filename sequence. I don't know what the order is, but it seems rather random. So you cannot put on an audiobook with multiple chapters. You need to convert everything to 1 simple MP3 file as it does not play the files in proper order. A real pain.
The other problem is that it does not remember where you where in a book so you cannot quit and then go back in and resume where you left off. You have to manually save a bookmark and then restore it later on. A real pain.
So, not really any good for audiobooks. The FM radio seems good and I guess it will play music in shuffle mode ok.
* He can use it in the car
* Small and compact so can be hidden easily in the centre console
* I still have to load music for him onto it
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I researched several of these players, read the reviews and settled on the C3 because it doesn't suffer the limitations that many of these cheap units do when playing over a BlueTooth connection.
I have a fairly large collection of music in 256K MP3 format that fits onto a 64GB SD card. I did not load anything onto the internal 8GB storage of the player. The SD card is treated as a completely separate device by the player. Browsing by Artist, Album, genre, etc. does not work for the SD card. All songs are available and shuffle works, or you can browse by folders. Songs on the SD card cannot be added to playlists and new playlists can't be created for SD content. I was completely unsuccessful in creating any playlists for SD content using Media Go as recommended by the manual. My musical taste is broad and eclectic, so I wanted a playlist with a subset of my music that would play on shuffle for a group of people without having to constantly skip songs. I solved it by loading a separate SD card.
If someone knows how to make playlists, or browse by other than folders, for SD content I'd appreciate an update.
Navigation is a bit odd at first, but no problem once you get used to it. Transfer speed over USB is painfully slow, but drag and drop onto the SD card works. A USB 3.0 card reader saves a lot of time.
Again, for the money there's not much to complain about. To me the biggest issue is that the SD content is not handled as an expansion, but completely separately.
Edit - Figured out how to play artist, album, etc. from the SD card. Select any song on the card, hit M button, Play Mode, Play music from, Can then select Album, Artist or Genre. The order playing by album is messed up, it apparently doesn't use ID3 tags.
Sound quality is good - I uploaded music files through Windows Media Player, so I already have the sound suppression from using that program. Going directly from the disc to a card will improve the sound quality, but it suits my needs as it is and I can fit more on the card this way.
Battery life is ok. I'd like it to be better, but for the price and Bluetooth feature I really can't be too picky. If I only use the player in my car, I can go for just about a whole week on a single charge. If I use it at my desk at work through an external Bluetooth speaker I get about 5-6 hours of playback.