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While the Rio Volt is the first portable CD player in the family of Rio digital audio players, the manufacturer was thinking ahead: the device supports firmware upgrades to accommodate future digital audio formats.
Amazingly, the Rio Volt sports a playback time of up to 15 hours on two AA batteries (included), making it the first disc player we know of that can't play a single CD in its entirety. Don't fret, however--you'll find an AC/DC adapter in the box in case you want to listen to all 250 tracks of a single disc in one sitting.
The ID3 text display includes track number, song name, artist name, folder (album title), and overall playing time. The Rio Volt also lets you navigate through directories and search for tracks one by one or in blocks of 10.
A sleek eight-function remote control lets you operate the Rio Volt while it's tucked away in its carrying case or even in a backpack. The Rio Volt comes bundled with RealNetworks music management software and Adaptec CD-burning software for use on your PC or Macintosh.
Audio features include adjustable equalization curves with five presets (normal, jazz, rock, classical, ultrabass), repeat and shuffle play modes, and programmable playlists.
The Rio Volt comes with a 1-year warranty on parts and labor.
I have CD wish have MP3 ability but I lost my MP3 player. I decided I would look for something that could do both and I found this. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D. Getz
The Product works fine right now but it did not come with any instructions, packing slip or return instruction if anything was wrong with it. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Kitty
I wear my ear buds all day, every day. To put things into perspective, Apple ear buds last me 3-4 months before the cables break internally and I start getting drop-outs. Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by Howard Abraham
I purchased a RioVolt SP100 back in 2001 (ten years ago) for one hundred eighty dollars so that I could play Old Time Radio shows downloaded from Usenet whilst in college. Read morePublished on February 5, 2011 by Owen Smith
I originally bought this back in 2001, and in a few years had transitioned from the thrill of piling several CD's onto a CD-R as MP3s, to simply using an iPod for everything. Read morePublished on December 28, 2007 by Michael Costa
When you buy a used item you take the 50/50 chance that what the seller says is true. I bought this item from a private individual. Read morePublished on December 26, 2007 by G. Ward
This little bugger has been in my possession forever now. I've had it for years. I got it when I was in the later years of high school, looking for a cheap mp3 player. Read morePublished on March 16, 2006 by Frayo
i must have had this since the first week of its release. my dad got 2 for free somehow, and this thing can take a beating. Read morePublished on May 6, 2005 by Alex
Ok where to start...
It eat batteries like no other. About 4 hours max on battery life. Read more