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The Samsung S3 is the perfect media partner. Click to enlarge.
Slim, sleek, and portable. Click to enlarge.
Touch-sensitive LED controls disappear when not in use.
4 GB Internal Flash Memory
Four gigabytes of internal flash memory provides enough storage space for approximately 50 hours of music (MP3 files a 128kbps).
Touch-Sensitive LED Controls
Navigate your files using the touch controls on the S3, which light up only when in use. After a certain period of idleness, the lights dim and the controls seemingly disappear. (Don't worry, they're still there.)
The Samsung S3 supports MP3, WMA, and Ogg audio formats. Browse your music by Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, or Playlists. The S3 displays album art and artist info for the current track.
You also can enjoy up to four hours of video on a single charge, in MPEG4 or SVI format. Convert your favorite vids with Samsung Media Studio, and take them with you. The S3 also will display text files, along with your favorite JPEG photos, so you can take a few snapshots with you to show to friends.
DNSe sound engine
Samsung's "DNSe" is a revolutionary technology, providing rich, more realistic sound effects and a true-to-life surround sound experience. DNSe lets you dial in your ideal sonic experience with 10 preset EQ settings plus one custom 7-band EQ, along with 3D and Bass settings.
FM Tuner/Recorder with Presets
Enjoy quick access to the FM spectrum--the built-in FM tuner scans the entire FM range in less than 60 seconds and automatically places the available FM stations into presets. To eliminate stations with marginal reception, you can adjust the sensitivity to preset stations only with strong receptions. Want to save something for later? Use the FM Recorder and it's yours.
What's in the Box
Samsung S3 4 GB Slim Portable Media Player (Black), SMS installation CD, EP-380 earphones, USB cable.
The YP-S3 player itself isn't the issue, but the Emodio softeware, the firmware and USB connection.
Half the time when you plug in the player the response is "USB device not... Read more
I have a Samsung T10 and thought I would get a more recent version (S3) for my teenager. Everything worked fine for several months, then licensing problems cropped up. Read morePublished on November 8, 2009 by J. Long
Bought this to use with Rhapsody to Go, and it has been nothing but a pain. The track licenses from Rhapsody are supposed to last for 30 days, but on this Samsung player the... Read morePublished on November 2, 2009 by CT
Works good. Had a difficult time getting Samsung to repair the case. While it worked well, the front began to delaminate from the body on the second day. Read morePublished on October 28, 2009 by Chef Boy-O-Boy
I bought this MP3 player based on reviews that said it had very good sound quality and great battery life. I have had the device a few months now, and I am not disappointed. Read morePublished on October 10, 2009 by targetshopper
I recently started liking samsung, almost comparing it to sony, but after this player I will have to rethink my position. Read morePublished on September 13, 2009 by Nick
I have really enjoyed everything about this MP3 player. I was a little skeptical after reading some of the reviews, but after recieving it and seeing how it works, it is worth the... Read morePublished on August 16, 2009 by I. Battiste
Even though I have 2 iPods, I have always preferred mp3 players...I have a lot of them - give them away sometimes, but I like them and use them daily (travel, gardening, gym). Read morePublished on June 4, 2009 by Mr. Italiano
This mp3 player is not bad, has a good volume top limit, has Dnse, and has a lot of space, as well as a recorder. Read morePublished on May 19, 2009 by Joshua Hartan