Coby MP620-8GBLK 8GB 1.8-Inch Video MP3 Player with FM Radio (Black)
- 1.8 inch color TFT LCD screen
- 8GB integrated flash memory, plays music, video, photos, and text (Videos may need to be converted with the included software for device playback)
- integrated FM radio, ID3 and LRC support for song and lyric information display,Audio Output 3.5mm Headphone
- USB 2.0 Hi-speed for fast file transfers
- Integrated rechargeable battery,Media Support: Integrated Flash
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|Item Dimensions||1.71 x 3.58 x 0.43 in||2.2 x 0.46 x 4.1 in||1.6 x 0.63 x 2.6 in||1.58 x 3.37 x 0.39 in||3.9 x 5.5 x 4.1 in||2.19 x 4.12 x 0.46 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.4 ounces||0.8 ounces||2.82 ounces||1.12 ounces||2.4 ounces|
|Supported Standards||MP3; WMA; MTV||MP3; WMA; WAV; AAC; FLAC; AVI; MPEG-4; XviD; BMP; GIF||AAC, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA||AAC/ Aif/ Apple lossless/ Ape/ Flac/Ogg/, Wave/Wma lossless/M4a/MP3/WMA||MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA, WAV||MP3|
Introducing the Coby MP620 Video and MP3 Player. This player combines the features you expect with easy-to-use controls refined by years of experience. Enjoy digital video and audio everywhere you go with its 1.8" TFT LCD full-color screen. Up to 8 GB of memory gives you plenty of storage for music, videos, photos, and text. Coby Media Manager software included for easy and hassle-free media syncing.What's in the box: Coby MP620 MP3 Player (Black), Stereo Earphones, USB Cable and 90-Day Limited Warranty.Audio Format Support: MP3, WMA, Video Format Support: MTV, Photo Format Support: JPG, Text Format Support: TXT.Built-In Lithium-Polymer Battery,Battery Life Audio Play Time: 12hr.
Top customer reviews
But to my surprise it was super easy transferring my music over to the player. I simply plugged it in, registered it, selected which music folder on my computer that I wanted it to read from, then boom, there's a list of all the songs in MP3 format on my computer.
Then I just choose synchronize for which songs I want to add and that's it.
For the money this is the best deal I have found. It is hard finding an 8gig music player alone, much less one with pictures and video options.
This device has 8G, that is plenty of storage space for hundreds of songs. The sound from this unit is great. The price is right!
VERY user unfriendly!! You have ONE playlist ONLY! The software that comes with the device is awful. I messed around with it an entire Sunday afternoon and just couldn't make it work. (And I manage the IT department for a Fortune 50 company...) The repeat function is not what you would expect. It goes to the end of the songs and STOPS. If you want to repeat the songs you have to hit 'Enter' again! No shuffle feature unless you want to shuffle and play ALL your songs...
If you want a lot of storage space on the cheap - this is the device for you. If you need user friendly with all the basic features you would expect to see on an mp3 player, keep shopping.
If you want playlists and don't mind the work, I figured out how to create them in a very archaic way. Read on...
1. First of all, don't install or use their software
2. Connect the player to your PC and open Windows Explorer
3. Open the music folder on the device
4. Create a new folder in the music folder amd name it with your playlist name
5. Copy songs from your PC into that folder. Simple drag-n-drop works fine
6. The device will organize your songs alphabetically. If you would like to orgainze the songs in another order, rename every song with a number prefix, keeping in mind that it will play 01 thru 09, then 10 thru 19, then 20 thru 29, etc.
7. Disconnect the device from your PC. From the top menu chose 'Setup - Sys Tools - Sort - Force Sort - Yes' This will sort your music folders only.
8. Go back to the top menu and chose 'Music' It will ask you if you want to update. You really don't have a choice, click 'Yes'.
9. Under the Music menu, chose 'Browser' then scroll to the folder that contains your songs. They will show up in the correct order.
Also if you upload music to this device you can offload it to whatever computer you want, great way to trade music with friends, and music management on the device is simple. One of the pluses of it being based in windows instead of iTunes, you don't need to sync and loose all your music on the device, trade up what you want..
Can't go wrong here.. Hope this helped..
WHY: This player arranges all titles of a folder in alphabetical order! All titles with "A" are placed before all titles starting with "B" so for example the chapter "End" plays before "Intro". I imported the CDs with iTunes (you need MP3 or WMA format, so sometimes you cannot copy the disk directly). This is fine, if you just have "Title01" "Title02" ... But if iTunes recognize the Cd and automatically names the chapters, it will be a mess, no way to play them accurately. Funny thing is: It sorted "Titel 01" to "Titel 13" right, but after "Chapter 1" comes "Chapter 10" (goes on with 11, 12 ... 19, 2, 20, ...)! So don't forget the "0".
If you have more than 1 CD for one audiobook: The Player is fine with several Folders for example "hocu a/hocu b/hoku c" (make sure you have the same indication in album/interpret/... otherwise it could be tricky to find the 3 Cds in an connected way on the player). Make short names otherwise you will have to wait a long time to read which folder you are looking at while the player is moving thru the title. Don't name the CDs "CD1/CD2/CD3" it will not recognize this and you will just see one Folder "CD".
I spend hours and hours to try everything, I installed the Coby Media Manager from the player and hoped this one will do it - nope! So I will have to change the titles manually, I have to find new short names (not to spacy, so that the kids still recognize what they are listening to!). I really do not understand, how this impossible is possible. A lot of fancy things Videos and Photos (on a quite tiny screen) but no understanding of how to play audiobooks properly. I can't spend a lot of money to get 3 kids an iPod or another highprice player. And all players in this price class have some difficulties in one or another way! Sorry to say this, but this is a "pain in my a"