- 4Gb Video Mp3 Player
Coby MP620-4GBLU 1.8 Inch 4GB Video MP3 Player - Blue (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 1.8-inch TFT LCD display
- 4 GB capacity for storage of up to 1000 songs, 3500 photos, or 4 hours of video; 8 hours of music playback on a single charge
- 128 x 160 pixel resolution
- Supports MP3 and WMA audio files; MTV video files; JPEG and BMP images; TXT text files
- One-year limited warranty
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Coby's MP620 Video and MP3 Player offers playback of music, videos, photos, and text files, with intuitive navigation and a brilliant 1.8-inch TFT LCD display. With 4 GB of memory you'll get enough room for about 1000 songs, and Coby's Media Manager software is included for easy and hassle-free media syncing. A great media player without the huge price tag.
A great media player without the huge price tag.
Enjoy your favorite tracks with ID3 tag info such as artist, album, etc. displayed.
Share your favorite photos one-at-a-time or in slideshow displays.
Use Coby's Media Manager software to easily sync your device, or just drag and drop files.
1.8-Inch LCD Display
Enjoy your videos, pictures, and album art on the go with the MP620's color TFT display.
4 GB Flash Memory
The MP620 features 4 gigabytes of flash memory on-board, enough room for up to 1000 songs.
Get up to eight hours of music playback on a single charge with the integrated rechargeable Li-Poly battery.
Navigate the MP620's features with ease using the circular four-way button and middle "enter" button. Get to exactly what you're after, right when you need it.
Enjoy Your Media
The Coby MP620 is ready for your favorite music, movies, and photos, so you can take them anywhere--whether it's for your own enjoyment, or a little sharing.
Play back your favorite MP3/WMA music files for hours of entertainment. If your music files contain ID3 tags, you will be able to view your tracks by Artist, Album, or Genre. Create a quick playlist on the fly, enjoy random playback, repeat mode, and more. For the lyrics freaks, LRC files are also supported, so you can view the words (including synchronized timing display).
Use the photo browser to explore and share your photo files. JPEG and BMP formats are supported, and the slideshow function makes a great way to share with friends.
Support is offered for video in the MTV format, at 128x128 pixel resolution, and 25 fps (frames per second). Basic controls--e.g., fast-forward, rewind, scan, etc.--are provided for your convenience.
Integrated FM Radio
Using the headphones and an antenna, the MP620 delivers FM radio, so you can check up on the news or your favorite programming on the go. Preset your favorit stations for quick access, or have the MP60 do a quick scan of local stations.
To further dial in your sound, pick an EQ preset that works with whatever you're listening to: Normal, Pop, Rock, Classic, Jazz, or Bass.
Read text files on your screen, including eBooks in the TXT format. Set font color, turn on auto scroll, and save your current location with "bookmarks."
Choose Your Software
The included Coby Media Manager software will let you convert your existing audio and video clips to the correct formats, for enjoyment on your device. You can also choose to handle the conversion in your own preferred way, and simply drag-and-drop files onto the device like any other system folder.
This device uses USB 2.0 for speedy file transfers when syncing.
What's in the Box
4GB Coby MP620 (Blue), Stereo Earphones, USB Cable, User's Manual
Top Customer Reviews
-looks good, nice sleek and proffessional design
-nice UI interface
-battery life (all day non-stop playing and quick charge)
-light and slim
- horrible headphones (no ear bud broke within an hour of first using it, the other 3 weeks after), but average sound quality. Recommend buying separate durable ear buds.
- Takes a few seconds too load and shut down, but this is a minor inconvenience.
-Organization, if you are looking for a specific song, you must either know the album, or know the order. Haven't tried other mp3 players before, but it is not that fluid. Feels like you are looking at your songs folder in your computer. (no search function)
-Video ( can only accept a really low quality format (.MTV), which you need a video converter for 99% of all of your video files, which is nearly impossible to find a good one. At the end, it will not be worth it converting.
-Pictures, really low quality, looks like something out of an old cellphone or gif.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a simple, cheap, straight forward mp3 player, I recommend getting this. If you want something extra, look for something else.
The blue of this is a very vibrant ELECTRIC blue. The picture of this does it no justice.
It feels very sturdy in your hand, but very, very light.
The music sounds really good on it (I purchased the Ink'd Earbuds By Skullcandy. I recommend them, and you can see my review about them.)
The upload of the music is SO fast. It took 3-5 minutes to upload 50 songs.
The pictures look really good on it.
(I haven't tested video or text yet)
The buttons are very... um, clicky. It is annoying.
In bright light, the screen is hard to see.
The 2 cons are the only reason I have given it a 4 star. I really am happy.
I will update about the video and text probably.
Like many others who've reviewed the Coby MP3 player, I hated the fact that it only played songs in alphabetical order. Thankfully, the other day I had added some new songs to my Coby so I was playing around with it and, lo and behold, I found the solution to everybody's complaint!
TO GET YOUR COBY MP3 PLAYER TO NOT PLAY IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, when you turn it on, you have the choice between MUSIC, PHOTO, VIDEO, etc. Select MUSIC, then, at the next menu, instead of going to ALBUMS or ARTISTS, scroll down to BROWSER. The next window will again let you choose between MOVIE, MUSIC, PHOTO, and TEXT. Select MUSIC, and next it will provide you a list of all the artist you've loaded onto your Coby. From there you can select albums and it will actually play them in the order they were intended to play!!! Why they didn't make this the default setting instead of burying it inside several menus I'll never know, but there you have it. For that poor choice alone the Coby loses two stars.
Again, that's MUSIC > BROWSER > MUSIC
Now, I don't know if it makes a difference, but if you choose SETUP from the first menu, then SYS TOOLS, and then SORT, you can choose between FORCE SORT and AUTO SORT. I honestly have no idea how what this does, if anything, but for what it's worth I've selected AUTO SORT.
I hope that helps anybody having problems with their Coby! Buy one if you want a cheap solution to occasionally listening to music away from your car or home stereo. If you want an MP3 player as your main way of listening to music, you're probably better off getting something a little more expensive.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product is made with very poor quality. Don't you dare place your finger on the add to cart button, you will be disappointed. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ace
I have purchase this little guy before, I love it. It works well. Its durable and long lasting and I will likely get another when I use this one to it can't be used anymore.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer90019
I originally purchased this almost 4 years ago. I think I paid around $25 dollars for the mp3 player. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Branson
No longer worked after a little less than a month. Can't get it to charge a waste of money and a lot of tears from my little guy who relied on it as a coping skill.Published 4 months ago by Aja Garcia
I bought one of these four years back and it broke (shame, i know?) it withstood thousands of drops, 3 times through the wash, several bashes, and it's very hearty (not to mention... Read morePublished 4 months ago by CJoGran