Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Music Player with Microphone - Pink
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- Real sing-along digital music player for preschoolers
- Built Kid-Tough to survive drop after drop after drop while also featuring simple controls
- Compatible with the most formats of digital music (.mp3, .wma. and DRM-free .aac files from the iTunes music store)
- Features built-in speakers, a sing-along microphone, a 1" x 2" B and W LCD screen that allows kids to easily find their favorite songs
- Easy to get music from your home PC to your Kid-Tough Music Player
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I have a MacBook with OS 10.5.6, and iTunes for both iTunes purchased music and downloaded CDs. My music files are coded as AAC files which are compatible with this device. I downloaded the Fisher Price Mac music player software from the site that is listed in the music player manual. Once installed on your hard drive, all you need to do is connect the music player via the USB port and turn the music player on. The Fisher Price software will automatically activate a window on your desktop where your music from iTunes will be automatically searched and your songs will appear in the "My Library" portion of the window. The "My Player" window will show any music already on the music player and this is where you will see five pre-loaded Fisher Price songs.
Select the music you wish to download on your music player from "My Library" by clicking on the empty box next to each song, or you may opt to "Select All" just above your library listing. Click on the green arrow when you are ready to transfer the files from your library to the music player. This will take several minutes to complete.
In the "My Player" window, you will now see a listing of all the songs you just downloaded onto the music player. Close the Fisher Price software window and "eject" the music player from your desktop by dragging the "F-P" device icon to your Trash. Allow your music player to `boot' by waiting until the music icons on its display disappear and you see the listing for the first song. Push the play button and you may experience the music player scrolling through all of the songs and not playing any of the songs.Read more ›
As for the reviews that said you can't put much music on here, I think you just don't know how to work the radio. I have put an entire 7 Disney Soundtrack Albums on my childs MP3 and it still has a little bit of memory left. This is a 256 MB storage MP3, and I currently have 150+ songs from those 7 albums on it. It DOES hold a lot of music. The only downside I've seen is that the microphone give some feedback because the mic cord is too short so you can't get very far from the MP3 player when singing so you do get the feedback. The only other downfall is that all 4 of my kids fight over it even though the 6 and 7 year old have their own ipod - it doesn't have a microphone they say!
Anyway, great, great MP3 player for such young kids! I hope this review outweighs the ones who say you can put but 5 or 6 songs at a time on it. They must not have read the instructions!
I discovered the fisher-price when I was trying to figure out what I would get when I returned the Dora player. I found one locally and was very lucky as most were out of stock (just before Christmas, otherwise would have ordered from Amazon). I was happy to see that it would play both MP3 and iTunes AAC type files... very good start. Initially I was a little bit sad to see a meager amount of memory show up... but when I realized it could still hold WAY more songs than the cassette deck that I had back in about 1977 as a little kid, I figured it wouldn't be that hard to either downsample music if I ran out of space or just update with a rotating playlist.
It turns out not to be a big deal. What is a HUGE deal is having something durable (my 2.5 year old has dropped it 4 times in the 1 day since Christmas) that has great sound from the speakers. The other big deal for me is to have something that is about as close to a tape player that I had, but is modern. Has anyone noticed that ALL MP3 players seem to only use headphones? Who would put headphones on a toddler!? Anyway, this player is fantastic. So far I have only seen 3 players like this... the Fisher-Price, the Dora (terrible), and one made by some small company...can't recall the name.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Owned for 6 years and it still works great, on the third child now!Published 9 months ago by Yz250 Rob
I think i gave these to my twin granddaughters two Christmases ago when they were 3 1/2. They loved them then and they still use them all the time. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Julianne
This lasted over a year until the microphone stopped working. It took a lot of bumps and falls. Great product for the price. It's still working over 2 years after purchasing.Published 16 months ago by M. N. In Pittsburgh
Extremely expensive for the cheapest insides I could have imagined.
Apart from the usual technical quality issues, if I load a audio book onto the machine, every chapter is on... Read more
My daugher loved this while it worked, but it was difficult to load music onto it using a Mac and it is already broken so I don't feel - for the price - that it held up well. Read morePublished 18 months ago by E
its a cool toy. but the speaker is static, and the microphone part shorts out easy this is my 3rd time buying it their originally $15 @ target & the toy is almost 3yrs old so i... Read morePublished 23 months ago by davida
My daughter is a singer/dancer/songwriter/superstar personality. From the moment she got this, it's been a part of her daily life going on 3 years now. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by David A. Collins