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iriver 1CLIx8B Clix 8 GB Multimedia Player

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  • Robust and portable 8 GB multimedia player
  • Vibrant 2.2-inch full-color OLED screen
  • Works with both subscription and pay-per-song music services; built-in voice recorder
  • Up to 24 hours of battery life; built-in FM radio
  • Limited 1-year warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameiRiver
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 4 x 1.5 inches
Item model number1CLIX8B
Number of Items1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #172,204 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 12, 2004

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: iRiver
  • Model: 1CLIX8B
  • Color Name: Black
  • Supported Audio Format: WMA, Ogg Vorbis, MP3
  • supported_image_format: JPEG
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Product Description

Freshly updated with a sleek design, a vibrant 2.2-inch full-color OLED screen, and 8 GB of internal memory, the redesigned second-generation iRiver Clix plays music, video, photos, and more. In addition to supporting MPEG1/2/2.5, WMA, ASF, WMV9 SP, MPEG4, Macromedia Flash Lite 2.1, TXT, and non-progressive JPEG multimedia files, the iRiver Clix works with both subscription and pay-per-song music services, so millions of songs are available to you without spending a fortune.

In addition to robust audio, video, and still picture playback capabilities, the Clix sports a voice recording mode--a great feature for students and business users. It even offers seven preset EQ settings so users can listen to their music exactly the way they want. Other great features include a digital clock, an alarm, a digital FM tuner, and a timer. The Clix is compatible with Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista operating systems (and the player is compatible with both MTP and UMS modes). With an internal Li-Poly rechargeable battery, the Clix offers users up to 24 hours of playback battery life. Sporting speedy USB 2.0 connectivity, the Clix measures 3.16 by 1.82 by .50 inches and weighs a scant 1.94 ounces. The player comes backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

What's in the Box
Clix 8 GB multimedia player, iRiver earphones, installation CD, printed quick start guide, and USB 2.0 cable.

Product Description

1. AMOLED image quality with most enhanced clearness Clix offers untouchably utmost and clearest picture quality on the 2.2-inch screen with 320 X 240 resolution, backed by the technology of AMOLED, the world’s highest-quality display introduced for the first time in the world. 2. Intuitive iriver D-click System ensures comfortable usage with ‘iriver D-Click System,’ which is operated by clicking the screen in the four directions, and UI (User Interface) that is intuitive and easy to control. Take original pleasure in the D-Click system exclusively for iriver that you cannot experience in other products.

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Customer Reviews

The screen looks great and is bright.
Brian Haynes
It's rare for me to say this (I'm fairly cheap), and I know I couldn't say this about the ipod: this player is worth EVERY CENT.
G. Painter
Overall, this is a beautifully designed, easy to use, quality mp3 player with admirable sound quality.
Nathan Beauchamp

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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Radio Man on November 24, 2007
This IRiver Clix is about my 5th player in the last couple years.
In my latest search for the newest and the best, a GREAT FM tuner was high on my priority list. I exercise every morning for about 30 minutes. After a while no matter what mp3s I have loaded, they start sounding a bit tired. I began to listen to FM a lot and started getting annoyed at how many few stations come thru clear on my Samsung 4 gig flash player, if at all. After reading tons of reviews I was led to this IRiver player. WOW it's really REALLY a great player. The FM tuner is by far the best I have heard on any player Truly. I had two Cowons and they were THE worst! I think some companies JUST add FM just so it appears to have more features than an Ipod. In Cowon's case it's mostly just hiss that you hear. I am not knocking Cowon they do make some GREAT sounding players overall, JUST not for FM! Back to the Clix..the tuner is strong and gets a ton of stations I never got before. The GUI is just awesome..and surprisingly this thing is very easy and comfortable to operate with just 1 hand! If you are stationary and can use two hands, to me this has the best interface of any current player. It sounds CLEAR as a bell..the eq works well seems to add no distortion unlike the famous ipods! The screen is SO sharp and you can view it at any angle..both in the sun and at night. I just love this thing...and I will soon be selling my Samsung 4 gig player in favor of the Clix 2.

Having used the player more I have to comment about the battery life. I LOVE the player but was also surprised I think I only got about 6 hours of total battery life initially. However, I realized this 8gig model came with the screen ON by default, for 1 minute. That's WAAAY too long. With any new device you will want to mess with it a lot..
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Brian Haynes on December 1, 2007
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I've had my iRiver Clix 2 8GB for a month now and I love it. I could look up and list all of its features, but you can probably find them yourself. These are the things that sold it to me:

Plays Ogg Vorbis files. Most of my music is in .ogg, so this was necessary if I didn't want to re-encode to .mp3.

Flash storage. I knew I would be carrying this player around and using it in the car. I didn't want to worry about damaging a HDD-based player going over bumpy roads or carrying it around in a bag, or maybe even exercising while carrying it.

Battery life. iRiver claims 24 hours of battery life for this player. You probably won't get quite that, but I generally get around 20 hours. I usually top up the player once a day, but if I forget, it is still ready to run for another full day at work and in the car.

Accessible via drag-and-drop. It's nice that you don't have to use special software to transfer files on and off the player. If you prefer to use Windows Media Player, it supports syncing to that as well. Also, you can delete files off the player using the player's interface. You can browse the player via the file folders that are on the player, or you can look through by artist, song name, album, and genre as defined in the ID tags on your music files.

Playlists. The clix supports playlists, but if you want named playlists you have to create them with iRiver's software. You can manipulate a "quick list" on the player on-the-go if you feel like spontaneously making a playlist. The clix also supports ratings for songs and can play a playlist of the songs you have rated the highest.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Elton Pinto VINE VOICE on March 29, 2008
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**2nd EDIT** I think I paid $186 for the device, but it retailed at $240. The $300 it costs right now is ridiculous. I really love it (and it's still a joy to use, months later), but I wouldn't spend more than $240 on it out of principle. The new iPhone is $200.

**EDIT** In the video I mention that you can't listen to music while playing Flash games, which was true when the product was released. However, the new firmware update fixes that problem, so I apologize for not checking that out.

When I was shopping for a new, small mp3 player I really wanted to see more reviews that demo the device but also discuss the features, and so I thought I'd try doing one now that I have my new Clix!

I apologize for sounding dorky and my speech impediment (cluttering). This is my first crack at a video review and I did the best I could in one take (filming and editing it myself). Oh, and my nails are long because I play classical guitar.

Just to give you a quick rundown of the pros/cons...

-Very nice battery life (Li-py)
-Extremely bright, high quality AMOLED screen
-Intuitive navigation (D-click and smart key work great)
-Fast! It's quick to charge, load content onto, and skimming pictures and videos and such on the device.
-Not obtrusive at all at the gym (lightweight, nice form factor, good with the misticaudio silicone case)
-Impressive sound quality (even on low-end headphones) and video quality
-Completely customizable (theme and font)
-Actually usable FM radio
-Flash games!
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