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  • Sony NWZF806 32 GB Bluetooth Wireless Walkman Digital Media MP3 Player (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Sony NWZF806 32 GB Bluetooth Wireless Walkman Digital Media MP3 Player (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Brand NameSony
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 5 x 1 inches
Item model numberNWZF806BLK
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Operating SystemAll Windows Server Versions 2000
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB008V99972
Best Sellers Rank #60,468 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 10, 2012
  
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  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: NWZF806BLK
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 32 GB
  • Battery Average Life: 6 Hours
  • Display: LED
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Product Description

Nine audio technologies. One killer sound. You’ve never experienced a digital media player with sound like this- and it looks amazing too. The 3.5-Inch touch screen is crystal clear and perfect for navigating through Google’s latest version of Android . For blazing speed and a silky-smooth experience, the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor delivers tablet-quality performance.

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The sound quality is very good.
easymoney
Android is nice because it has a lot of apps you can use on your device, so you're not sacrificing that.
Lemont
Would buy more for the heck of it if I had extra funds!!!!!
V. Tran

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52 of 60 people found the following review helpful By GD on November 8, 2012
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I have the Sony S-Series, E-Series, A-Series and now the F-Series Walkman; I also own the Cowon S9 and have a Samsung Smart Phone. All of my devices play music and video but space and battery life is what drives me on my purchase decisions. To put this in perspective, I tried to use my phone to listen to music or watch a video while traveling (airline travel is boring lol) but I realized I was constantly needing to recharge and that's not good. The phone is used for calls, email and text and yes, I do have a car charger and the phone is integrated into my car via Bluetooth. My PMPs are also integrated into my car via an auxiliary jack or I can use Bluetooth) I won't use my phone for anything else outside the above three reasons (I have built-in GPS in my car as well) except on rare occasions so that's the reason for battery life; now for space issues.

Exercising and completing DIY projects is much better when jamming with tunes (I'm sure we've all been there). The S-Series has 2GB and a very small screen...OK for tunes but not much space and the screen was too small for videos. The E-Series has 16GB but the screen was too small for videos as well. The Cowon S9 is an excellent device but IMO, too bulky to slip into my gym shorts while exercising or just working around the house (I dislike arm bands or cases when exercising or completing DIY projects because they don't feel right too me and get in the way). The A-Series Walkman is a pristine device (I mean I love that device for the gym and watching videos) but memory was capped at 16GB and I almost filled that with tunes. The reason for filling the space up was due to the album art and custom art I attached to each song (I use a program called mp3tag pro); the A-Series screen is excellent and I enjoy looking at the art.
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30 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 2, 2012
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I was looking for top-notch sound quality so that I could have mobile access to a large (60 GB) classical music collection. My music collection is extensively and very carefully tagged using other software (CATraxx). I was also looking for wireless connectivity. The NWZ-F806 certainly delivered on sound quality, including excellent ear-buds. It is really fantastic. And I am fussy. But the software really doesn't cut it. It is as if there are two separate systems: One is Android with WiFi connectivity, and the other is Sony's media management software, Media Go, which only has USB connectivity. Big disappointment: All music file transfer must be USB, not WiFi. Maybe there is an "app" to bridge the two, but it's not obvious. On the Sony software side, organization of music on the Walkman depends on Sony's "Media Go" software that must be installed on a PC. Media Go does a lot of processing, judging by the VERY slow transfer rates to the Walkman. The music on my PC is organized in a "flat" structure with each CD corresponding to a folder containing all track files (.wmv or .mp3). The organizational structure of the collection is inherent in the tagging metadata written into all the media files. But Media Go reorganizes the music on the Walkman into a hierarchical organization with top folders corresponding to artists. In this day and age with relational databases and tags, this is silly. Why not just copy the files into a flat structure, and scan the tags to build a local database?? Aha, thought I. When connected by USB you can see the music folder. Why not just copy my music folders (flatly) into the Walkman music folder and bypass Media Go?! That can be done (and the transfer is fast!Read more ›
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. Rodriguez on July 9, 2013
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Let me begin by making two things clear:
1. I don't intend on writing a well structured review. If you can get through it, you may find some things that are useful to you.
2. I hate proprietary cables/connectors. Hate them. Oh, and I hate them, too.

Now to my thoughts:

I'm coming off of my 4th Cowon device (outgrew 3 of them, broke the last one) and was looking for a new dedicated music player. Two of my requirements were FLAC and bluetooth (for car). This does both. The coup de grace was being able to listen to Google Music (or pandora, slacker, spotify, youtube, whatever else you're into)

I considered a couple of Cowon's android devices, but I couldn't stomach paying that price for the hardware specs/android version offered. That led me here. As far as what I bought it for (music/flac/bluetooth), this does its job. It does them well. Do I miss BBE? Yes. Surprisingly, though, not as much as I thought I would. This walkman holds its own and sounds great in its own right.

Is it worth the price? That depends. It fit the niche I was looking to fill, but I don't feel like I got a bargain. If you're looking for a tablet-esque (is that a thing?) experience for games/movies/etc, I can't recommend this over an ipod touch, an off contract nexus 4, a nexus 7, or even a PS Vita (this list could go on) - obviously, at this price, most of those will fall short when it comes down to capacity. While it's a capable device with a fairly recent version of android, it will stutter if you push it hard. The processor isn't exactly bleeding edge and your money is better spent elsewhere if music isn't the primary reason you're shopping around. Also, I'm infinitely annoyed by the proprietary cable. Really Sony? MicroUSB wouldn't suffice?
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