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Mach Speed 4 GB Trio MP3/MP4 Video Player with 2.8-Inch Touch Screen - Gunmetal Gray (Trio-T2800)
- It is a 4GB MP4 player with 2.8-Inch Display. ? It is a touch screen and has a micro SD Slot.
- 2.8 inch color touch screen display for showing menu, has dual headphone jacks and a built-in speaker
- Plays MP3s and also functions as a digital voice recorder
- 4GB of internal memory, built-in rechargeable battery
- Drag and drop file transfer
- What's included in the package: Media player, USB cable, and earbuds
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- Brand Name: Mach Speed
- Model Number: Trio-T2800
- Digital Storage Capacity: 4 GB
- Color: Gunmetal Gray
- Average Battery Life: 6 Hours
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This item Mach Speed 4 GB Trio MP3/MP4 Video Player with 2.8-Inch Touch Screen - Gunmetal Gray (Trio-T2800)
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|Item Dimensions||0.51 x 3.97 x 2.36 in||3.8 x 5.6 x 1.5 in||4.9 x 6.8 x 2.5 in||4 x 6.4 x 1.5 in|
|Item Weight||2.08 ounces||5.6 ounces||3.2 ounces||4 ounces|
|Supported Standards||OGG, MP3, FLAC, WMA, APE (Monkey's Audio), WAV,MP4||MP3||MP3||MTE28VGM|
The Trio T2800 4GB MP3/Video Player is a stylish, yet economical way to carry your music, movies, photos and more everywhere you go. The player gives you 4GB of storage space, which translates into about 2,000 songs. And a single charge of the battery provides up to 6 hours of playback. Watch your videos, photos, and navigate through menus with ease thanks to the bright 2.8 inch LCD screen. A MicroSD card slot lets you expand your media storage with ease. With an easy to follow user's manual you will be listening to your favorite digital music within minutes of opening the box. Everything you need to get listening and viewing is in the package, including: the Trio T2800 media player, earbuds and a USB cable to transfer your files. Mach Speed continues to focus on offering the latest technology and even opens the door to new and creative devices.
Top Customer Reviews
It can work as a VERY simple ereader with free TXT files from Project Gutenberg, Archive.org and the like, since you can create bookmarks that will keep your place when you need to do something else. Not the best ereader, but it can certainly do in a pinch. It could also be used to store grocery lists or something, I'm sure.
It's VERY picky about movie formats. It does NOT play MP4 files, or WMV. Another review says it plays FLV files, but I haven't tried that. Though it says it accepts AVI files, it doesn't play ALL AVI files. I've found that it works best if I first convert the desired movie to WMV format with WinFF (a free program) and then use the Trio's software to convert the WMV to an AVI file that it will play. A bit annoying... but it does work. (The software, btw, is included on the device itself, in a folder called "Tools")
You can use either earphones/buds or the internal speaker to listen to music and video. It's a bit 'tinny', but not too bad. If you're expecting HD quality video with surround sound audio, it's not. But it gets the job done, and decently.
Since it can utilize .lrc files, you can watch/sing along with your favorite songs. I don't really care, but it's a nice feature to have.
Unlike many players, you can also create PLAYLISTS. I don't know how many players I've gone through that only let you play by artist and/or album! This one allows you (with the included software) to create a playlist of your favorite songs.
For "applications", it includes a stopwatch and a calculator. There is also a simple calendar that just lets you see what day of the week a certain day falls on: like the default Windows calendar.
The voice recorder is "okay". If all you want is a simple memo, it'll be fine. But the microphone clearly isn't the greatest.
I'm not sure about the battery life, but for travel you might want to invest in something like Amazon Kindle 2 (2nd Generation) USB Car Charger, USB Wall / Travel Charger, ... (although advertised for "Kindle", it should work to charge any USB device).
Besides English, you can switch the interface language to Traditional or Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, and Italian.
This product clearly tries very hard to be an iPod replacement. Having never had the newest iPods, I can't really say if it succeeds or not. But, despite the quirks, if you're looking for a fairly decent media player that will accept microSD cards, you could do a whole lot worse at $40.
Setting up the time and date were easy enough.
The sample videos were great. My granddaughter really enjoys watching them. They are very clear and the color is pretty good.
It took a while before I was able to figure out how to download pictures on it but once I got the hang of it, there were no more problems.
I tried to download a movie onto the player but I guess I am going to have to convert it. I wish downloading movies were easier but for the price, it is not so bad.
One thing they need to improve on is the sound. You almost have to hold the player to your ear to hear what is being said. Head phones really improve the quality.
Downloading songs is very easy. I have Windows Media Player on my computer and adding songs to this player is very easy and quick.
All in all, I am very pleased with the Mach Trio 2800. I would recommend this item to anyone looking to buy an affordable little media player.
This thing has a few hiccups in it, and a few design flaws but it gets the job done. It has two earphone jacks so you and a friend can listen in, and even comes with a pair that's probably worth 5 ~ 10 bucks(gets the job done but you can get better ones almost anywhere). Also comes with a usb cord which to me makes this package a great deal. Also the capability to expand it's memory with an SD micro card should make anyone who needs more than 4 gigs happy(though for me 4 gigs is more than enough).
The biggest hiccup is the touch screen at first DOES NOT want to work! As soon as you get it go to system settings(bottom right) and then calibration(middle) and calibrate it a few times, over the first couple weeks I had to calibrate it a few times here and there but now it works perfectly. Since some buttons like shuffle are VERY small, you should do this ASAP!
The mp3 player part of it is pretty good, making a playlist is annoying(you gotta go through the player and push a couple buttons, and it can get annoying if the touch pad isn't wanting to work). It's easier to go in when you put the mp3's in to just put them into folders. When you want to select a song, it has a scroll bar, however on the top and bottom it has arrows that are just for show which is counter intuitive when you push those expecting the selection to go up or down and nothing happens, this was very annoying and something that should have been put in and will take a little bit to get used to as selecting a song is annoying by itself. It does have a speaker on the outside but the sound quality is bad, don't use it unless you have to.
The video player is a alright, a bit to get used to because you'll have to transcode anything. One tip I learned was to use Any Video Converter, the free version works better than anything on the device and for the least amount of space. Once it works, it's fine. I've had to problems with it and I've watched a couple movies on it, glad that this feature is on here.
For other apps it has a calender which is alright but you can't put any memo's on it, it's basically just for show besides the fact you can change the date with it. Second comes the stopwatch which is basic besides it has the ability to save up to five times, so if your running laps you can see your time on up to five laps. It's has a little notebook, so you can type stuff into it, which is okay, but I'm probably not going to use it(you can 'draw' a letter and it'll type it, but you have to draw it a certain way or it'll guess, and it's never guessed the right letter for me). It has an ebook reader, but only reads .txt files, and a recorder which is okay but it's nothing more than a memo taker. Lastly you can put photos in it, although I've honestly never tried this part.
I was searching for a cheap mp3 player that worked. What I got was amazing for the price I saw some others that just played music and needed outside memory. The only reason this doesn't have 5 stars is because it should have a had a couple features(like the arrows with the scroll bar) that would have prevented frustration and make it a great product for the money they want for it.
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