- Brand Name: Mach Speed
- Model Number: Trio-T4300HD
- Digital Storage Capacity: 8 GB
- Color: Silver/Black
- Battery Average Life: 10 Hours
Mach Speed 8 GB Trio-T4300HD MP3 Media Player (Silver/Black)
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- Trio 8GB MP3 Player with 4.3-Inch HD display (Silver)
- Plays videos, Displays photo gallery, FM Tuner, HDMI-out, Voice Recorder, Rechargeable Battery
- USB 2.0, Earbuds & USB Cables included
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1) it can play .avi (divx/xvid) files directly without the need to convert to a different file type. A lot of similar products seem to need conversion to mp4 or other formats. Until now I have been watching videos on my Sony PSP which takes an inordinate amount of time to convert large avi files.
2) its inexpensive compared to similar avi players. One of the marketplace sellers (Circuit City) listed it new for sixty and so far its been worth every penny.
The video quality is very good though I can't say for sure if its true high definition. I have been able to view several different avi files seamlessly and all 16:9 widescreen videos have fit the screen perfectly. It has a 4.3 inch widescreen display (the same size as a PSP screen) and its very lightweight and portable. The 8 gigs is great as it can hold a number of videos and has the micro SD slot for adding extra disk space.
Another useful feature is it remembers where you stopped watching a video when you exit the player or the battery runs out. You then have the option to resume where you left off. You can also choose the point in time to start watching a particular video by selecting the hours and minutes. This is nice as it saves you having to fast forward for a long time.
I don't plan to listen to much music with this Trio, but the few mp3 songs that I did copy over (Coldplay, Muse, Bryan Adams and John Williams) played quite nicely.Read more ›
1. Radio works well. Note, the radio works only with headphones plugged in, otherwise the reception is poor. Mp3's sound great.
2. Video works like a charm. Loading them into the device is really easy.
3. Comes with an HDMI cable, allowing you to plug it into your HD T.V. This also works really easily, no configuring at all required. Even comes with a remote to allow you to control the device while you have it plugged into the T.V. (remote can be finicky, but this is not a huge deal).
1. My device emits a high pitched sound. It doesn't seem to be effecting anything through.
2. Sometimes it can be difficult to scroll through menu items because of the responsiveness of the touch screen.
3. The e-reader has limited functionality, it only accepts very few file types (however this is not why I bought the device, so this point has little weight to me)
4. Sometimes my custom settings automatically reset.
The positive points completely outweigh the negative points. I cannot comment on the durability as I only received the device recently. I would definitely recommend this product.
I found playlist management to be rather poor. You can add single files, whole albums, or all songs by an artist or genre easily enough if your files have ID3 tags, but they get dumped into a single list sorted by filename within that category. So if you have several albums by the same artist and add by artist, the list will be alphabetical by filename for that artist. The device only supports one playlist, so if you want change your playlist, you have to remove each file individually (with a confirmation popup) before building the new one.
The music library won't scan the micro-SD card for music and there's no way to add music on the micro-SD card to a playlist. The only way I've found to play music from the micro-SD card is to use the file exporer and browse into whatever directory structure you've set up. I also haven't found a way to manually set up a playlist for files on the SD card. You can have it play all the files in a specific directory in order or random, but this doesn't help much if you use a hierarchical file structure to sort your music.
These two issues are what cost most of the 2 stars I took away.
When you connect it to a computer, it appears to go into flash drive mode and will only let you access it through your computer to transfer files. You have to unmount the drive in Windows in order to put it into charge-only mode and get access to the device menu. If you connect it to a power-only port (I used a cigarette lighter to USB converter), you can use it while it charges.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It looked great... got here fast and my son absolutely loves it.. he just wishes it had a camera too lolPublished 18 months ago by Virginia A. Shepard
Got this today from a JLab grab bag deal. What a waste of $15. The best word I can think of is "Clunky". Swipe does not work well. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Cagayan
TRAJO PROBLEMAS EN LA SALIDA DE AUDIO , AUN NO HE PODIDO USARLO ...
PROBLEMS BROUGHT THE AUDIO, YET I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO USE IT ...
I got my MP3 player very fast. THANK YOU! I got it and I LOVE the design and the size. However, it failed to work, BUT I did buy it used. Read morePublished on April 24, 2014 by KatS
Does not take photos or film videos. It Sucks!!!! I don't like it and I'm stuck with it. Not Happy at all.Published on March 3, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I have gone through two of these within the past 3 years or so. I would still have the first one but my siblings literally took a hammer to it, so I had to buy a second one. Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by Mary
I bought this for my 14 year old son and for the price i would've expected alot better sound (louder and clearer). The construction of the body is not what i expected. Read morePublished on January 22, 2014 by Joe Flores