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Good: Good sound, can be used as external hard drive for files, DJ playlist maker, styling
Bad: It broke. First the notorious headphone jack problem, then the firmware corrupted.
Comment: It's not bad. I did last about 1.5 years before finally giving up the ghost. But the early versions of these players were notoriously unreliable. I can't say if they're the same now, because I've gone for the Sony NW0-A1000 instead. The software was good and easy to use, although sometimes had problems transferring tracks. That all said, it's a great looking little thing and I prefer it to iPod mini. You can remove the battery which avoids expensive battery replacements such on the iPod mini, which often write the player off as the battery replacements cost just about as much as a new player. Sounds pretty good too. It also can act as a removable hard drive which is great for transferring large files and the DJ playlist is good, finding most played, least played etc...
Overall, not bad and would highly recommend if it keeps working...
Good: Very good styling, best in black I think. Menus are easy to navigate. Blue lights are very cool.
Bad: As battery goes down touch sensitivity goes down slightly, no huge problem though. Radio reception can be bad if the signal isn't strong.
Comment: Very very good. The guy in the video said that if you want to change the volume you have to get out of all the menus, you don't. You just have to click the menu button and the volume control is at the bottom. Overall an amazing machine.
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