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Eclipse MTE180G2G 4GB MP3 Music and Video Player (Silver) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

2.0 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 8 inches, 5.5 inches, 1.25 inches
  • Weight: 4 ounces
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Product Description

Eclipse-180 G2 Sl 180g2 4gb Mp3 Music and Video Player (silver)

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B007ZT3T70
Item model number MTE180G2G
Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
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2.0 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

2.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,579 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Players
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Joseph Barnes on August 30, 2012
In addition to the awful battery life (I bought it for FM radio, and a full charge will last about 4-5 hours), the stupid thing won't even charge on my laptop, I've tried about everything. IF you can get it to a full charge, there is no way it'll last 8 hours, especially if you use more than the radio.
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The title pretty much sums it up. Don't buy this product. The box advertises up to 8 hours of battery life. In actuality it is closer to 90 minutes, fully charged.

Yes, I have read the part about entering the device into charging mode. It makes no difference.

Buy a used iPod for 30 dollars instead.
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Won't waste your time. Why? Because time is valuable.

Was excited to get such a great deal on this MP3. It lasted one day. Dead. No power. Would not charge. Nothing.

A major electronics store with large national presence told me my return was nothing new.

POS. Spend $20 more and get a SanDisk. You will regret buying this...
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This is a piece of you-know-what! Won't update the song list by artists. Dumps everything in the "all" file so you have to search for what you want. Puts the songs (that you can get to update) in ALPHABETIC order, sometimes mixes up the names of the songs w/the actual songs. One word...DON'T!!!
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Geeee it is a great looking mp3 player....nice directory list. It loads the music fast and plays reasonably ok but that is where it ends. The battery life is horrible. If it won't last a 45 minute walk to walmart and back, then what's the point. Finally found the equalizer....too bad it is not configurable for the custom settings. I spent 30 bucks and it is not worth getting for free. Even after sending an email to the company, to which it was pretty much ignored. I would suggest that you get a real player and not a toy like this one.

AVOID eclipse mp3 180 pro as if it has the plague. Unless you need a device for data transfers
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Bought this a week and a half or so ago because I lost a Kubik EVO. Which I LOVED. This
piece? Not so much. I have been having the same battery issues as with the other reviews.
On top of the power button only working when it wants too, the music randomly stops during playback.
And I'm pretty sure it's just died on me. I will keep playing around with it for a while in the hopes that this little hack job of an MP3 player can make it longer than a week and a half, but I'm not getting my hopes up.
Plus, if you have a memory card installed, you cannot access through the main directory. You have to scroll through, select card directory, etc.
I enjoyed the sound through headphones, but that was about it for this guy. Even the USB lead in is WAY too short to charge from a desktop. Just hangs there. Way to risk damaging your own product.
Not recommended. At least I picked up a 16 gig SD card when I got it so I have SOMETHING out of the deal.
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I bought this last night from a Staples because my son needed it to listen to music while doing school work in detention. I followed the instructions for charging...

The darn thing wouldn't even charge!!
I tried from my laptop and even with a usb wall charger adapter. Wasted trip to the and $30 >.<
Now I'll have to take it back to the store tomorrow night... Grrrrrrr

Don't waste your money!!!
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It sounds like a good deal, 4 gb mp3 player that can take up to 16 additional gigs in micro sd storage. I bought this product from a Best Buy to pre-load it for a benefit concert, and I truly pity that winner. Here's why you shouldn't subject yourself to this experience.

Ebooks are a hot mess. Right out of the gate, I looked at their "ebook support" (only .txt files, no .moby/.epub/.docx/.anything) and was... surprised to see that they couldn't even program in a basic word-wrap. Words constantly leak over to the next line and it's ugly to read, not to mention the fact that the small screen with the low resolution will demand you to constantly mash the next page button. This may have very well been the most I've struggled to read since grade school.

Non-intuitive interface. In some way, navigating this mp3 player feels like trying to navigate a windows explorer browser, shuffling between files, only instead of a proper mouse you have these four buttons. Basically, the middle button clicks in and the top "M" button clicks out. You'll find you have to constantly double click to get out of a menu. When playing music, you'll have to use internal navigation to adjust the volume, which demands that much more button mashing, because they couldn't integrate in a volume button.

The camera is useless. Not only does it kill your battery to take photos but the screen is so abysmal, you'll have no desire to endure this pathetic excuse for a video player. I haven't properly taken pictures/videos with this device and viewed them on a proper computer so I suppose it could be alright. I doubt it, but it's possible. I remember reading it was something like a 1.3 mp camera. If you ask me, you're better off asking your friend with the smart phone to take a picture.
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