Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: MP3 Player,16GB MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.1, Portable HiFi Lossless Sound MP3 Music Player with FM Radio Voice Recorder E-Book,Backlit Keys, Support up 64G, (Music Headphone Included)
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Love the MP3 player. I bought this as a back up for my music as I am a dance teacher and worried my expensive MP3 player may fail one day and leave me without any music. This machine is inexpensive, easy to use, sound is good and it could well become my first choice of music player. Very happy with my purchase.
I bought this for my mum, for her to listen to music on walks or just around the house. She doesn't need an overly fancy gizmo with multiple equalisers or water resistant abilities, it just needed to be simple to use for casually listening.
This product seemed like the best option, the touch pad had minimal buttons and a seemingly easy setup. And it was easy to put music on it, just drag and drop files from my PC into the folder. I put 3 albums (legally purchased, properly tagged) in the folder to test it out, just so it didn't take too long.
So far, so good! However...when I turned the MP3 player on and clicked on one of the various sorting tabs (artists, albums etc) I found I somehow had 40 artists on there? The player had made a seperate artist for each song, despite them all having the same Artist and Album tag. Even worse was when i went onto the album itself, the player has mixed up all 3 artists and which albums their songs appear on. I don't recall Andy Williams ever singing Atomic by Blondie or Shine by Take That? After several resets, the same thing happened each time, no matter how I dragged and dropped the music.
The UI is also awful. The basic look is forgivable for the price and it's not really that important, but the navigation features are incredibly frustrating and inconsistent.
If you're happy to listen to music on a random shuffle forever, with little to no control (the shuffle is also iffy) then maybe you're happy to take the risk, but for an MP3 player to be this poor in 2021 is questionable. DON'T BUY!
I had an ipod which I liked very much. Sadly it has ow outlived its usefulness. I cannot add drivers and cannot use it any longer. I decided I would get an MP3 player to replace it but I did not want to spend a lot of money so I bought this SuperEye player for around £27. It arrived the next day, I read the manual and then downloaded all my records and cassettes tapes to it (I had spent literally hours digitising them for this purpose. There was only 400Mb left of the 16Gb internal memory. I also downloaded 30 audio books on to a mini SD card which I bought at the same time. Then came the disappointment. I read through the manual supplied with the device but could not connext to my bluetooth speaker and could not open up the folders I had created for my music. what a waste of money. I slept on it and this morning went to the internet to see if I could get a better manual. A single 3 minute video on You Tube and I am now connected to my speaker, can open the folders I created and can play all my records and tapes. The quality of the music is fantastic and I have not even played with the equaliser function. It is unbelievable that such a small device can hold the quantity of music that I have downloaded on to it and produces such a high quality sound. The player is good to look at, stylish and ultra light. In other words, it ticks all the boxes and more. I do not often write reviews but when I got an inexpensive device that looks good and performs just as well as its much more expensive counterparts I just had to give this recommendation. It far exceeds my expectations and mu initial disappointment had turned to elation. The manual is still not very good but three minutes on You Tube and you will know everything you need to know in order to enjoy a wonderful experience. Michael
and what is but the Ear buds suppled are not great, to get the best out of this little MP3 play get some head phone and you find you self well reward Now as the MP3 player it a very good one, The case is nice and has got some body to made of metal and hard plastic I think it will take a knock or two So far it battery life looks very good I have run for over well over 20 hours and it look like this has only used around a 1/4 of charge I use the MP£ player over night using the sound of rain falling to drown out my tinnitus (10 hours track) I am Luck that I onlt have mild tinnitus in one ear that come and goes low level single pitch ringing sound that I an mask with rain so a battery that lasts a number of nights is what need battery update has now run down after 4 nights of use so good for a long weekend camping for use mostly over night
I like the fact it has a menu where you can select the item you wish to play. Struggled to get the computer to recognise the player at first but after changing to a different lead it finally connected. As I have only just got it I am still finding my way round. I haven't figured out how to create playlists etc so would love some the tech savvy guys on here to message me. Sound is excellent and I like that this player is quite robust. I bought it to replace my Philips which I loved, and which was so easy to navigate, so will see if this one lives up to expectations.
Have now used it for a few days and have to say the battery life is excellent. Have gone to sleep with it on during the night and it has lasted for 3 nights and still plenty of battery life left.
Ths sound was great on this mp3 player. Very full and clear with good bass. But it was TOTALLY useless transferring music from pc to it. In windows explorer, it showed in the mp3 player that the albums were transferred and the tracks in correct order. But on the mp3 player itself, it was a mess. E.G you'd get the album on it 3 times, with one copy having 4 tracks one 2 and one copy one track. Also put some audio language courses on. The tracks from those would be mixed in the music album! There is no way that it was playable
This is such a shame when it has great sound. I had to return it because I just could not use it
I was just looking for a cheap mp3/music player for when I'm walking to work etc instead of using my phone. I bought another cheap one but it had to be returned. I did my research and came across this. I love it! I wanted a mp3 with 128gb storage and even though it says it stores up to 64gb, my 128gb card works in it. It's super easy to use, just plug it in to your laptop and put music on it. The sound quality is great. Nice and small, easily fits in the palm of your hand. The one negative I have is that its not as responsive to touch like a smart phone for example, but for the price it's no surprise and I have no issues with it. I've yet to charge it and I've used it a lot over the past week alone. Was already to work as soon as I took it out of the box. Very easy to use. No need to contact the seller and the after sale service card made me want to write a review (which I never do). We shall see how long this lasts, but overall I'm extremely happy with my purchase.
I'm a musician and really fussy about my sound. I bought this for my father-in-law (who wanted to replace his mp3 collection). I set it up for him and plugged in some cheap earphones, and was so blown away by the sound quality that I ordered another for myself. Hitherto the best mp3 player I've owned was by the company that named itself after a fruit and it cost three or four times (at least) the price of this little beauty, but doesn't sound anywhere near as good. This sounds fantastic - you can clearly hear all the instruments and it makes listening an absolute pleasure. Another bonus is the built in radio - FM but sounds better than my expensive DAB radio in the kitchen. I can't praise this product highly enough. I bought a 32Gb micro SD off Amazon for the price of a coffee and a bun and that works perfectly too, increasing the device's memory to 48Gb which has allowed me to install a CD collection of hundreds (I've lost count). A very minor quibble is the menus - most are pretty redundant. If you drag and drop mp3s from a computer, just use the App menu and choose "folder" or "card folder" to access the micro SD card. Buy it for the sound quality - you won't be disappointed.