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Samsung Mini Yepp 32 MB MP3 Player YP-20T

3.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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  • Tiny digital audio player--only 1.13 ounces
  • 32 MB built-in memory; plays MP3 audio files
  • Create your own customized music lists
  • 4-mode equalizer with classic, jazz, rock, and normal presets
  • USB connectivity--compatible with both Macintosh and PCs running Windows 98, 2000, and Me
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model Number: YP-20T
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 32 MB
  • Supported Standards: MP3
  • Hardware Platform: PC
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Product Description

Product Description

Samsung's tiny,YP-20T wearable Mini Yepp is the world's smallest full-featured digital player, weighing in at a mere 1.13 ounces without battery. It comes with 32 MB of built-in flash memory and features an LCD display that shows track data and current date and time.

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Samsung's tiny, wearable Mini Yepp is the world's smallest full-featured digital player, weighing in at a mere 1.13 ounces without battery. It comes with 32 MB of built-in flash memory and features an LCD display that shows track data and current date and time.

The Mini Yepp has superb sound with a four-preset graphic equalizer and a powerful bass boost system that can enhance any musical style. The Mini Yepp also features an advanced USB port for high-speed transfer of your favorite music. USB connections are three to five times faster than those using the parallel port, and allow compatibility with both the Macintosh and PCs running Windows 98, 2000, or Me.

The popular Rio-Port digital music software is bundled with the Mini Yepp, offering a powerful yet easy-to-use system to organize your entire music collection and quickly transfer custom track combinations. The software is also CDDB-enabled, automatically retrieving artist and track information for millions of CDs (when connected to the Internet).

It comes bundled with full-length audio tracks from top recording artists, including Samantha Mumba, Monster Magnet, Blues Traveler, Queens of the Stone Age, and Black Eyed Peas.

The Samsung Mini Yepp runs on one AAA battery. It is backed by a one-year warranty.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 9.2 x 7.3 x 2.7 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces
Manufacturer SAMSUNG
ASIN B00005B4BS
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number YP-20T
Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
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3.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,587 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Players
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com May 22, 2001

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I've been using the Mini-Yepp* for about three weeks so far, and I'm reasonably happy with the purchase. First off, it's tiny (small enough to be mistaken for a Tamagotchi?...) and it's relatively cheap.
While it only supports the mp3 format (no proprietary formats like wma or atrac3), it seems to support a range of bitrates (I've tried 64kbps - 256kbps) as well as vbr-encoded files (I prefer these high-compression variable bitrate files for their small size).
The sound quality is remarkably adequate, especially for a player that's small enough to lose with your pocket change (hasn't happened to me just yet, thank goodness), and its built-in equalizer adds enough "oomph," although you're not going to see any audiophiles raving about it anytime soon.
The biggest drawback with the Mini-Yepp is its short battery life. The fact that this unit is so small that it uses a single AAA battery should be a clue. I'd say I've been averaging about 2.5 hours of active use per battery, although I'm in the process of gauging NiMH rechargeables in this unit. I'd suspect using alkalines to support your mp3 habit on the Mini-Yepp may turn out to be a costly experience.
Another almost equally annoying feature of this unit is its miniscule memory capacity. At 128kbps (or 55% vbr in Musicmatch, although I've had to do some mp3 tag repair with these files before I could use them - something to do with Freuhaufer and Xing encoder/decoder compatibility issues), you're going to pack about a half-hour into this unit. And it's fine if you're going to use the Mini-Yepp as a workout companion (which I do), and if you work out about 30 minutes at a time (which I also do).
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By A Customer on September 7, 2001
I just pulled my mini Yepp out of the packaging yesterday and couldn't believe how small this thing is. The sound quality is excellent. The memory is a limitation as others have noted. I took it apart and found that they have an extra set of pads on the board right next to the existing NAND Flash - its all hooked up and ready to be populated. I think I heard they have a 64mB version out now (maybe I'll try upgrading mine?). The battery life is also a bit of a limitation, but since it only burns one battery at a time, its not too bad. I measured the current at 175mA with the volume cranked all the way up. That's around 1/4 Watt which seems OK, but it's a lot of current to draw from an alkaline battery (they aren't very efficient in high current applications). I'm using rechargeable NiMh batteries in mine and they last about 2.5-3 hours. These are good NiMh batteries from Maha\Powerex (650mAh AAA) which I bought for about $2.50 per cell. I also bought a good rapid charger for them. Using these batteries, the cost of music is less than a penny an hour compared with about $.25/hr using alkaline batteries.
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I recently bought this player and got exactly what I expected. The unit is very small and lightweight and is pretty easy to operate. The sound is great and it's just a good piece of technology. As just about everyone else has mentioned in their reviews, there are limitations that may be difficult for some people to deal with. This player is a battery eater. I have been getting about 3 hours total listening time before replacing the battery. This can get to be a bit much money-wise. Also the 32 MB memory is not quite enough. You can figure that you'll only get about 30 minutes (or less depending on the sound quality of the MP3 files) of music. Basically I would say it's great to take jogging etc. This is what I use it for and uploading different songs every day is very easy. For travel or other situations where listening to the same 6 or 7 songs over and over and replacing the battery every few hours will drive you crazy, I'd suggest one of the other units.
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By A Customer on March 12, 2002
I got this mp3 player solely for its compact size. I wanted something small to take to the gym, and this one hit the spot just right. It has good playback quality, the software is friendly, and has a big enough memory to fit over an hour of music.
There are only two drawbacks:
1- It really goes thru batteries quick, but I have a battery charger so that's not really an issue.
2- The headphones included with the set are not the best quality, so I'm using the ones from my old walkman.
If not for those things, i would give this product a 5 stars rating.
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THE GOODS:
-Very small, about the size of an egg.
-Light enough (1.13oz) to run with without having it bounce around in your pocket.
-Like all MP3 players, it won't skip, shaken or stirred.
-Very durable.
-Nice-quality earphones.
-Crisp LCD.
THE BADS:
-Non-expandable or upgradeable; only plays MP3s.
-Cumbersome computer software.
-Only three buttons on player; basic functions like volume, turning off, and EQ switching takes some getting use to.
OVERALL: Well worth the cost, and a great player to begin with. The 32MB model can hold about 6-8 songs, but if you are looking for more memory, try the 64MB model, which is obviously a bit more expensive. The only real downside to the Mini-Yepp is that its memory cannot be expanded or its software upgraded. All in all, I would highly recommend this player.
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