|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Standing screen display size||2.4 Inches|
|Battery Average Life||14.0, 6.5, 50.0, 48.0, 10.0 Hours|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium|
|Supported Standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV|
|Product Dimensions||10.6 x 4.8 x 0.9 cm; 97 Grams|
|Item Weight||97 g|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||6 August 2020|
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32GB MP3 Player with Bluetooth 5.0, AGPTEK 2.4" Curved Screen Music Player with Speaker HiFi Lossless Sound with FM Radio, Voice Recorder, Supports up to 128GB TF Card- Headphones Included,Black
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|Supported standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV|
About this item
- 【32GB Large Memory】Built-in 32GB large memory and support up to 128GB TF card.(TF card not Included)It means that you can download thousands songs and store a lot of files.It will work better with AGPTEK TF card.
- 【Wireless Bluetooth 5.0 】AGPTEK MP3 player adopts upgraded Bluetooth 5.0 has better compatibility, stable signal and reduces the power consumption of the music player. You can pair the Bluetooth MP3 Player with your Bluetooth wireless headphones or car bluetooth speaker.(Tips:Unable to connect to cellphone via Bluetooth).
- 【2.4 Inch Large 3D Curved Screen】AGPTEK MP3 player has 2.4 inch 3D curved surface is stylish and high resolution,excellent touching with the smooth true-color displaying screen.The metal zinc alloy cover feels more comfortable.
- 【Hi-Fi Lossless Sound Quality】With a professional digital noise reduction chip, AGPTEK Bluetooth MP3 player can reduce noises to give you the most original sound quality and ensure a high-quality audio experience.Supports the music format like MP3 WMA APE FLAC WAV AAC-LC ACELP and so on.
- 【Multi-function MP3 player】AGPTEK Multifunctional MP3 player with music play, video play, voice record, FM radio, photo Browsing, E-book(Support TXT Format Only) A-B repeat, alarm clock, calendar, file folders, built-in speaker, time screen-saver etc. It's a great gift for children,old people or your friends!
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1. Steady Bluetooth 5.0 Connection
2. Exquisite Exterior: 2.4" curved screen provides delicate smooth touch.
3.Large Capacity: Built-in 32GB internal memory + up tp 128GB TF card.
4.Built-in Pedometer: Keep track of running step at any time.
5.Built-in Speaker: You can listen your favorite music without headphone.
The screen uses 3D curved surface design to provide you with an exquisite and unprecedented viewing experience while comfortable in your hand.
Fully charged 2.5H (PC or Wall charger 5V/500mA)
=48H of audio playback with wired headphones
= 6.5H of Bluetooth model at medium volume.
Highly sensitive touch button that makes you operation smoothly. With fashion blue backlight for night, make it easy to operate quietly in any occasions.
|Hi-Fi MP3 Player Black||Hi-Fi MP3 Player Orange||Hi-Fi MP3 Player Pink|
|Support TF Card||128GB||128GB||128GB|
|Music Format||MP3/ WMA/ APE / FLAC / WAV/ /DRM / ACELP||MP3/ WMA/ APE / FLAC / WAV/ /DRM / ACELP||MP3/ WMA/ APE / FLAC / WAV/ /DRM / ACELP|
|Video Format||AMV /AVI||AMV /AVI||AMV /AVI|
|Recording Format||wav / MP3||wav / MP3||wav / MP3|
|Picture Format||JPG / BMP||JPG / BMP||JPG / BMP|
Visible screen diagonal
3" / 7 cm
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Through the "music" folder, the device rearranges the order of songs on each album. Its not even alphabetical, just random.
Through the "folder" folder, the music accessed under a different "music" folder is displayed in the order in which you uploaded, and only displays the original file name (not the artist name).
This just makes searching and listening to a particular album annoying.
The 32GB you get with this player is a lot of space and the 128GB SDCard would cover a lot of my songs. I also wanted it to have great sound; I recently bought Bose QuietComfort Earbuds and Sony XM4s, so I wanted to take advantage of that and occasionally just sit and lose myself in great sound.
This is very cheap even at the current price, which I did not pay. I got it during the Black Friday sale.
It’s small, so easy to take running.
There’s a built-in speaker. It’s not great but it’s there.
There’s lots of storage. I wouldn’t spend money on extra storage. Finding a song on this is hard enough with the few thousand songs that fit in the basic 32GB.
It looks nice and doesn’t feel cheap at all.
Battery life seems pretty good.
It has Bluetooth. A lot of players don’t.
They say it supports FLAC but they know that’s not the full story. It doesn’t support a lot of FLAC files. I’m not 100% sure about this, but I think if your FLAC files are 16bit, you’ll be fine. At 24bit, probably not, but some seem to work. They asked me to send them a FLAC file that wasn’t working and I did. And then I followed up a couple of times but they froze me out. It has been like that on all their devices, so they know.
Navigating between songs is a pain. Basically, you’ll want to set aside a minute or so to get it started and not do anything more till you stop it.
It is the worst possible device in terms of organizing your songs. I’ve never seen anything so bad. Most music software refers to the data inside the songs, this is just random. At first I figured it was a mistake and it would get fixed. I emailed customer support. Don’t waste your time reaching out to customer support. They don’t care about you. They will go back and forth for a bit until they realize, for example, that FLAC song just doesn't play on their device. Then they ignore your emails. They won't even say it won't work.
The sound is quite good, but not as good as my phone, which is a Pixel 3a, which is nothing that special in terms of sound. That may be because in my Sony speakers I can use its LDAC codec on my phone, compared to what it looks like is the SBC codec on the AGPTEK player, which is not the best or the second or third best. I asked their support people what the codec it uses (twice), but they never got back to me. (Again, don’t expect customer support.) Overall though, the sound is good but not mind blowing.
Functionally, if you are fine with playing music from your phone, this is not an improvement. On your phone, you can quickly go from one song to another, even one album to another. On this player, it’s like click- click- click- click- click- click- click- click- click- click- click. There’s a lot of clicking to get from one song to another or even to turn on bluetooth. Design-wise, it would be great if they had an option on the front screen dedicated to the last song, so when you go in you can get right to the music. Instead they filled the front screen with things like voice recorder, video, and e-book. One button says Music, but I found it best to ignore that because whatever it’s doing made little sense to me. It’s better to use the Folder button. I have used a lot of music players on my phone and all of them are far better than this interface. Even just turning the music off is not as simple turning off your Bluetooth device. The player will just switch to the internal speaker and keep playing. Stopping the music should be easier than click- click- click- click- click.
That said, transferring the songs onto the device is pretty easy and fast.
Again and again I kept finding myself asking, do any AGPTEK people actually use this device? Because if I worked there and used this every day, I’d be changing a lot of things. The song layout is not in album order. Also, they use file name instead of song title, which is deranged. Sometimes file names, even though they include the song title, can be so long that I can’t even tell what the song is because they cut that part off. I contacted them about maybe having the option to play songs in track number order. Lots of people like to listen to albums in their natural order. Instead of taking this suggestion and thinking what a great suggestion, they told me to rename all my songs. If this was the first time they’d heard this suggestion, yeah, I might ignore me too. But I read reviews of previous products. They just don’t intend to fix this even though it's a pretty easy fix. When I open an album on my phone, whichever software I use shows me songs in order of track number with the song title, not the file name. I’ve never seen a music player do this random song order.
Bluetooth can get very finicky in terms of turning it on or off or switching to different headsets. Bluetooth can get tricky at the best of times, but I found it especially so with this device. If you are going to set it up for one headset only, you’ll probably be all right.
Overall, I think this is a decent music player for the price, but if you have enough room for music on your phone, I’d stick with that because the sound here is not exceptional and navigating is way easier on your phone. I will use this for running because I like the size. I will set up playlists and I won’t worry about the track order or the fact that I can’t play all my FLAC files. AGPTEK seems to me like a typical company in China that saw a chance to make money. I don’t get the feeling they even like music, so I doubt they desire to make a great product or make updates on this one unless people stop buying it.
overall, not very happy with the unit, was expecting more from it.
and yeah, not much help from a customer support...
Represents excellent value for money, simple to use and navigate menus,sounds good and
has an expensive physical feel due to the quality build. I rate it highly in comparison to other
units that I have owned .Well please with the unit and super-fast delivery.
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Reviewed in France on 17 October 2020
This is the best player I've bought yet, but some of its issues are properly awkward.
So. First, Bluetooth. Unlike the player it's replacing (an A02S) its bluetooth functionality seems greatly improved. For one thing, it seems to find devices fairly quickly and, unlike some players, you don't seem to sacrifice a ton of functions in order to make use of it. And it's reasonably intuitive. It seems to need to be activated every time you use it, though, and you have to navigate back to the music functionality afterwards.
Sound quality seems pretty good - but the equaliser is best ignored.
Add on card management - spotty. The player only looks in one place for stuff to play. So if you've navigated (via the folder option on the menu) to your plug in card, it won't play anything stored in internal memory until you've accessed it via the folder option. At which point, you lose the card.
If you have a playlist stored in the internal memory but you last accessed the plugin card, you can still try to open your playlist, but the player will tell you that it's empty.
Making playlists is complicated, for that reason. The easiest approach is to use the player to build a playlist from a track you've navigated to, then edit the created playlist in a text editor using what you can see about how the player made the playlist as a learning tool to help you extend it.
You will be best served by ensuring your mp3s are named with the track number preceding the rest of the filename, with an appropriate number of leading zeroes, if you want your albums to play in track order.
The touch sensitive part of the screen is restricted to just the button elements in the bottom half. I keep trying to use it like my phone - I imagine I'll get used to it! The touch sensitive buttons really are very easy to activate by accident, so I find it's a good idea to tap the power button (switching the screen and buttons off) before putting the player down or in a pocket or whatever. If there's a button lock function that leaves the screen on, I haven't found it yet.
The front panel attracts fingerprints like crazy. I hope there's a good screen protector out there...
Oh, playback resumes where you left off after power down without fuss. It also starts playing if it was playing when you switched off, or not if you paused it first. I'd rather it always started paused but that just means I need to remember to pause it before powering down...
Oh, and unlike my older Agptek player, the display doesn't include the track progression data (like, track 6 out of a playlist of 15 should show something like 6/15 and just doesn't.)
The bookmark feature remains limited to a time offset with no tie to the specific track being played, which is another old complaint, so it's less useful than it might be, along with the failure to merge internal and external music databases.
Because of the database limitations, you may prefer to keep related things grouped in folders and build playlists yourself. That's a bit of a pain but it's educational... 😀
But if you can cope with (or don't care about) the technical limitations, it's still an amazing player for the price. 32gb and feels robust and solid (although I wouldn't recommend bouncing it off solid objects, those screens are probably not shockproof...)
If Agptek are paying attention, your firmware definitely needs work but there's the basis of something amazing and brilliant here...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 July 2021