Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: 32GB MP3 Player, Mibao MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.2, Music Player with FM Radio, Recording, 2.4" Screen, HiFi Lossless Sound, Support up to 128GB(Earphone, Sport Armband Included)
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i purchased this after my ipod touch of 10+ years finally broke down it is exactly as advertised. exactly what i needed. easy to navigate and store music, great internal storage and ability to add more! Highly recommend to those who enjoy having their music player separate from their phones
I like this MP3 player as far as sound quality and ease of use, although I am a little baffled that it has almost no tools (calendar only). My issue and reason for poor review is that I was able to connect it with my Windows 10 laptop exactly ONCE and transferred some music files at that time. From then on, it will not connect (be visible in Windows) no matter what I do. I have done all the troubleshooting I can to no avail. My older MP3 player still connects just fine. I have written to the company. UPDATE April 1, 2020: I have been in communication with the seller, and they will send me a new unit. After I try out the new unit, I will update this review.
UPDATE April 15, 2020: I traded several emails with the seller, who was responsive and tried to be helpful. They even sent me another unit, but I couldn't connect that one either. HERE IS THE IMPORTANT PART: All this time I had been faithfully following the directions in the manual under "Connect and Charge/Transfer." Step one indicates that you must connect the player when it is off. This is incorrect! In order to connect and transfer data, the player must be ON when you connect it to its USB cable. I found this out by accident. I have relayed this to the seller who says they will change the manual. Meanwhile, if you are having difficulty connecting your player to your computer to transfer files, try making sure the player is on before connecting.
Player produces good quality MP3 sound however the radio is not to my expectation, even after I tried using earphones or radio antenna it is still producing noises, making listening to radio unbearable.
I have to admit that I have not had a MP3 Player in probably five years or longer until I bought this one. The first thing I'd like to mention is that we travel from Utah to Illinois several times a year and there are long stretches of road where you get no radio stations This will solve that problem. As far as the MP3 Player. It came fully charged so I was able to start using it right away. It came with a few sample songs on it so I was able to hear the quality of the sound right away. Things I like include: Built in 32 gigs of storage, probably more than enough for what I need. Small size Has an FM radio Supports many formats, MP3, WAV, and so on Came with headphones, armband, and USB cable Came with easy instructions but to be honest, you can figure most of it out within a few minutes.
First - The ear buds that came with it are very good - the bass frequencies are excellent. Second - I had a bit of a good surprise with this player that I didn't expect: When you turn it off it remembers were it was in the mp3 file. That isn't important when listening to music, but very important if listening to audio books with large files.
There was a bit of confusion with the User Manual. To connect to the computer in order to transfer files the manual states, "1. Please Connect it to PC through USB cable when the MP3 player is off." Following this instruction it started charging but did not connect to the PC. I accidently found out that the MP3 player had to be on when connecting the USB cable in order for my computer to see the player. Then the transfer went okay.
I do recommend this player as it has turned out to be a very good player for the price.