|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Special Features||2.4 Inch Screen, 16GB Storage Capacity|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||2.4 Inches|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Polymer|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, USB|
|Memory Card Slot||Micro SDHC|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||10.59 x 5 x 0.89 cm; 104.89 Grams|
|Item Weight||105 g|
|Item Model Number||8541721342|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
|Date First Available||18 March 2019|
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MP3 Player, 16GB MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.0, Portable HiFi Lossless Sound MP3 Music Player with FM Radio Voice Recorder E-Book 2.4'' Screen, Support up to 128GB (Headphone, Sport Armband Included)
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- ❤【Multi-functional】This MP3 Player not only supports Bluetooth Connection,FM Radio,Voice Recording,Picture Browsing and E-book reading,but also supports time screen-saver,one button to lock.Built-in Pedometer Function,Perfect for Sport Running,Traveling.
- ❤【Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Technology】Bluetooth 4.0 means faster transmission, stable performance, you can play music through Bluetooth speaker or headset. It may keep you away from cables.【Kindly Note】:This MP3 cannot pair with phones and car speakers.
- ❤【HiFi Lossless Sound Quality】This Bluetooth MP3 Player supports equalizer:Rock,Funk, Hip hop,Jazz,Classical,Techno and Customize. Support most of the popular audio formats: MP3、WMA、APE、FLAC、WAV、AAC. 【Note】 It's not compatible with Itunes and audiobooks.
- ❤【Easy to Use】Designed with 7 high sensitive touch buttons,you can control the MP3 Player more efficiently without any noise.Independent lock/unlock button prevents you from confusing operation.The buttons can be set in blue color, easy to see in dark.
- ❤【Long Time Playback and Large Storage】Music playing time up to 55 hours with 2 hours full charge. Built-in 16GB internal memory, support up to 128GB Micro SD HC Card (NOT INCLUDED) lets you store over 5,000 songs and books. Nice gift for men women kids.
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Why Choose Soulcker MP3-Player
♫ Built-in Speaker: You can listen your favorite music without headphone
♫ Long Battery Life & Fast Charge: Up to 55 hours of playback with 2 hours of full charge
♫ FM Radio: Built-in FM tuner, it supports Manual tune and Auto tune, receive the signal very easily
♫ Large Capacity: Built-in 16GB internal memory, the mp3 player supports up to 128GB Micro TF Card, which lets you add more storage
♫ Large Colourful Screen: Equipped with large 2.4" LCD colorful screen
♫ 7 Touch Buttons: You can lightly touch the button to operate the player without noise
♫ Durable: Metal material case makes Bluetooth mp3 player more durable
♫ Create Folder: You can create folders in PC and put the songs into it
♫ Strong Compatibility:Windows 7/8/8.1/10/XP/Vista/2000/Mac OS 10
➳ Bluetooth Version: 4.0
➳ Battery Capacity: 3.7 V / 500 mAh
➳ Screen: 2.4 inch TFT LCD screen
➳ Audio Format: Support MP3/WAV/WMA/APE/FLAC/AAC
➳ Video Format: Support AMV with resolution of 240*320
➳ Voice Recorder: Support MP3 / WAV
➳ Voice Recording Range: 5-8 meters
➳ Picture Browse: Support formats of JPEG/BMP (240*320)
➳ FM Receiving Frequency: 87.5 MHz~108 MHz
➳ E-Book: Support TXT format
➳ Size: 10.6 x 5 x 0.9 cm ( 4.17*1.96*0.35 inch)
➳ Net Weight: about 106 g
➳ Power Supply: DC 5V Micro USB interface
➳ Lyric Sync: Support
➳ Lyric Format: LRC
➳ Pedometer: Support
➳ Stopwatch: Support
➳ Airframe Capacity: 16GB
➳ TF Card: maximum support 128GB (Micro SD HC Card is not included)
1 X MP3 Player
1 X User Manual
1 X USB Cable
1 X Earphone
1 X Sport Armband
If the MP3 Player crashes, insert the needle into the reset hole and restart the machine
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The Soulcker (pronounced Soul Seeker) for the most part exceeded my expectations.
What's in the package:
MP3 music player
Micro USB charge cord
After reading through the included manual I got started using the player. The manual is actually quite well written in English and not in broken English like so many made in China items. It is also in German, French, Spanish, and Italian languages. Speaking of languages, this MP3 player boasts up to 26 languages you can select, which includes Asian languages. Color me impressed!
In the packaging, you get 1 screen protector, which I suggest you apply with tweezers so you don't get your fingerprints on it. I wish the company included an extra set for mess-ups, but that is my first minor gripe. The MP3 player comes encased in a protetive sleeve. The included earbuds are basic but will get the job done if you don't have a higher quality set of earbuds. My second gripe is that the earbuds are the kind where you have to pull apart the wiring to separate them (see my picture). I guess the company did this so you can adjust the length of the earbud wire separation to your desired length but I'd prefer it'd be already done. The included Micro USB charge cord is 21". Charging is supposed to take 1-3 hours and the unit was already partially charged when I started charging it so it took less than an hour for me to max out the charge before my first usage. The armband has a plastic see-through cover and the band appears to be neoprene, which is expandable and breathable. Battery life is phenomenal and I believe the 55 hour rating. I left it on overnight and it was still at 4 full bars when I woke up. The manual says music playback time is 48 hours with headphones and 13 hours with the internal speaker. Video playback time is 9 hours with headphones and 5 hours with the speaker.
The main folder menu is easy to navigate with the following selection options: Music, Videos, FM radio, Recordings, Bluetooth, Pictures, EBook, Settings, Folder View. Setting up the date and time was a breeze. You have your choice of date display formats and 12 or 24 hour time formats. One thing that I really liked about the MP3 player was the ability to lock buttons. This prevents you from accidentally turning off the unit. You also can turn on or off the LED selection buttons or leave them on, but my major gripe is that the brightness of the LED buttons can't be adjusted if you leave it on. They are bright blue! The bluetooth pairing worked great with my speaker. If you don't connect an earbud or speaker, the MP3 player has an internal speaker, but don't expect great sound. It's just basic enough and loud enough for you to hear what you need. There is a calendar function, which just serves as reference. What a really liked was the alarm. You can set the alarm once, daily, or on work days (M-F?). Unfortunately, you can't set what qualifies as a work day. You can use an included ring for the alarm or choose music from your internal or card memory. There's also a stopwatch and pedometer. COOL! However, you can't start the pedometer and have it continue to function once you go to your music screen. You must either stay on the pedometer or stopwatch screen for their functions to work. However, if you had music playing prior to their usage, your music will continue to play. The FM radio will only work if you have earbuds connected to the 3.5mm audio jack. You won't be able to listen to the radio through bluetooth without an audio wire connected because the wire acts as an antenna. Cool add-on bonuses include the ability to record the broadcast you're listening to or even to record stand alone voice memos. Music playback is great. It'll take MP3, Flac, APE, WMA and Wav formats. I'm pretty sure it'll take other audio formats but I didn't try them out. It'll also recognize LRC lyric files. You can set your own playlist or select from your existing playlists. You can also sort your music by artists, albums, genres. Pretty standard features. I could not test any videos, but I can tell you it won't play mkv files, since I had a few movies in MKV format on my card that weren't picked up. It will only play AMV video files. Overall, this is a jam-packed music player the had way more than I expected and far exceeded my expectations. It's like they thought of everything possible and tried to jam it into one device. You're getting a bargain for the price they're charging, because this is a an excellent value for the quality and features of the device.
Excellent battery - rated 55 hours
Comprehensive manual in 5 languages
16GB internal memory, expandable to 128GB Micro SD card (recognized my 200GB card)
Recording Radio/Voice memos
The could be better:
Only 1 screen protector included
Pedometer/Stopwatch won't allow multitasking
LED light up button brightness isn't adjustable
Video is limited to AMV video format
Alarm can't select a specific date
I am very, very pleased with this purchase decision. Honestly, it has been a while since I have been this satisfied with any purchase. Kudos to the makers of Soulcker! This is a really fantastic portable audio player. No kidding.
I've owned at least 4 iPods, a generic portable player from overseas, and several other portable audio players over the last 20 years, but this one really bangs away at my own song, so-to-speak. It starts by being an excellent value for the price. It continues with features that really satisfy. It sounds incredible, and I dare say the sound quality meets or exceeds that of iPods. And, one thing my iPods never had was their own built in speakers. I did not expect this player's speaker to be as loud as it is, but I was surprised to hear it playing outside my home's kitchen door while it was indoors on a countertop and I was standing at the closed doorway into the kitchen. Mind you, it's not going to wake your neighbors playing tunes from its own built-in speaker, but I was pleasantly surprised by my ready ability to hear it while it was playing indoors, and I was standing outdoors, with the door closed between the two of us. Wow!
The battery life on this player has impressed me. It easily went about 50 hours. Sweet! I am so thrilled with this item, that I am glad to share my vote and offer an overall rating of 5 stars.
Oh, now, wait, it isn't perfect, but the things which I might otherwise consider as flaws are miniscule issues that probably just require me to get used to because this is a bit different from the old players I've owned. For example, one must press the power button to get the screen to wake while the device is still playing audio. To advance from the current playing song, when the screen is asleep, one must press the power button to wake the screen and then the forward button to advance the songs. One other less pleasing attribute is having to select the microSD card folder, since songs contained therein are not recognized as being in the players complete library. That is, those songs are treated as being somewhat different than song stored on the device, making it necessary to think of the device as having two libraries: one on the device itself and the other in a directory of folders containing the files on the microSD card. It's not ideal, as say one library incorporating songs from the device's built in memory along with those stored on the microSD card (not included, of course) but it's just as acceptable. Maybe the manufacturer can find a workaround for this in future productions.
The arm band is well-constructed from neoprene, and it offers a hook and loop type closure in the form of a strap that incorporates a buckle. Let me establish here, however, if you have a bicep that is anything larger than the girth of an average wrist, do not expect to wear the armband around your biceps. My meager upper arm measures only 17 inches in circumference, but this arm band doesn't get close to fitting at all. It does, however, fit wrapped around my lower arm at the forearm level. Speaking of this, unless you plan to place the player with the screen side face down and facing your arm's skin, you will find that the volume of the speaker, even at the topmost setting is almost silenced by its placement with screen facing you and rear facing speaker directed to your forearm's flesh because the speaker is placed so that it directs sound from the back of the player. No worries, though, I won't be doing any jogging or running, so this is not that a deal breaker. Also, it can be cumbersome to actually press the power button when the player is inside the armband. Again, not a big issue for me, if only because my use does not necessitate the armband.
I connected this to my Soundfreaq Bluetooth speaker system in my home without incident. I was surprised that even from 25 feet of open space, the player transmitted to the speaker without interruption, static, or other undesired problems. I also connected to the sound system in a late model Lexus RX250, and found that the quality of the sound was still outstanding, and I still had full control to advance songs from the sound system's command center onboard the vehicle (pressing forward on the device was unnecessary since I could use the vehicle's control buttons to do so).
Please be aware that the seller's use of "etc." in the item's description under supported file types playable with this player should not be considered as meaning "all typical audio format files are supported." In fact, this would be quite incorrect. So far, I have played FLAC and mp3 files without incident, but those that are m4a files I transferred to the device do not play, and instead, will show a message on-screen each time that reads "File type is not supported." Again, I can live with this minor issue--I'll just convert the m4a files into mp3 files and be done with it. Problem resolved.
I also loaded pictures onto the device by copying the files directly into the directory under photos. You can play these as a slide show if you'd like, and you can even set the number of seconds to display each photo before one photo fades into the next. Sweet!
I think it may only show the clock time using the 24 hour (military) format (i.e., :20:00, for example), but I have not gotten around to trying to figure this one out just yet.
I have not tried the ebook reader application. Probably never will.
Regarding the FM Radio app on this player, you will find that you must use a pair of (presumably) wired headphones in order to get radio stations in your immediacy since this acts as the player's radio antenna. Otherwise, you won't receive any broadcasting radio waves to play on your player or its built-in speaker. Again, not at all a deal breaker.
The weight is heavier than I would have expected of most portable audio players, but it is not at all burdensome. I suspect that this is largely due to metal housing and a battery that really impresses me with its longevity between charges.
The screen's image quality is remarkably high, and I have nothing to complain about regarding photos I've added as these appear thereupon.
I may continue to add to this review as I continue to explore all the features on this device. If I discover anything that is not aligned with my expectations or anything that particularly knocks my socks off, I will come back and add it into my review at a future point.
Really, though, this is an unbelievable value for the money. I could not be more pleased with this purchase, and I would gladly recommend this player to anyone who's in the market for a device of this type, particularly if their needs are like mine: an affordable player, quality sound, easy to use interface, built-in bluetooth and built-in speaker, color screen, metal housing, full color display, and standard other features like photos.
As far as I am concerned, this is the BEST PORTABLE AUDIO PLAYER I could find under $50. I am delighted with it and more so than I have been with any product I've bought in the electronics department in the last year or so. Sure, it has some things that could be improved, but this thing delivers where it counts the most.
I recommend this as a suitable gift, a suitable player for general, everyday use, and for outstanding quality sound. Feature rich, this one really bangs my drum! Awesome!
1. Physical Design - If you are sitting at a desk and want to listen to music on the speaker, you'll quickly become frustrated with the fact that the speaker is on the back side of the player. You either have to stick an ink pen or charging cord under it to raise the back off the desk so you can hear the speaker, or set it down with the screen facing downward. I scratched the screen the first time I set it screen-down, so I've been trying to put it on top of my phone charging cord to avoid that problem. There is a major difference in sound quality and volume in having the speaker touching your desk versus having it raised up. my second issue on the physical design is the placement of the buttons. Smartphone button placement has become so intuitive over the last few years, it's hard to get used to something like the placement of these buttons. If I hold the MP3 player in my right hand, and want to change the volume or turn on the screen, I have to slide it over and put my thumb at an awkward angle to push the buttons. It functions just fine, but it would be much more comfortable to use if the buttons were at the top rather than the bottom.
2. On-the-go-Playlists - You only have 3 playlists you can make on the device. You can do more while it's hooked up to the computer, from what I saw in the instructions, though I haven't tried that yet. But it's a lot of work to build a playlist on the device, and for some reason it limits you on the number of songs. I tried adding all of the genre "Country" and a few others to one playlist, and it worked fine at 504 songs. When I tried to make another playlist with a few different artists, it would only add 33 or 34 songs to it, and then just wouldn't let me put more. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, or if it's something in the software, it's just a bit annoying.
Overall, it's a good quality MP3 player for the price. Good sound quality on the built in speaker, which is the main reason I purchased this one. I've also used the bluetooth on it, and that works good with all 3 devices I tried it on.