Zune 120 GB Video MP3 Player (Black)
- IMPORTANT: Allow your Zune to charge for 30 minutes then disconnect and reconnect the cable to turn on the player
- Listen to your favorite FM radio stations and click to tag the songs you like for later purchase when you sync your device with your PC
- Download millions of tracks, whole albums, or playlists with the Zune Pass subscription service; extend your subscription online or by purchasing a Zune Pass card
- Connect to your home wireless network and remotely sync your Zune device with your PC collection from your dock, AC adapter, or speaker dock accessory
- 120 GB capacity for up to 30,000 songs, 25,000 photos, or 375 hours of video
- 3.2-inch color LCD with 320 x 240 pixel display resolution
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Massive capacity in a deluxe device that delivers uncompromised audio and video quality, the Zune 120 GB can fit a huge collection and still have room for videos, podcasts, and more. This major player hooks up with innovative discovery features like Buy from FM and wireless sharing, so you never stop gobbling tunes. It holds up to 30,000 songs, 25,000 pictures, or 375 hours of video. Watch a demo on Zune.
Top customer reviews
I do love the large bright screen, and fast access to all my music. I have this unit nearly packed with 25k+ songs, and access to them all is smooth as butter. No hiccuping, nothing to let me know that it's accessing a database of music any larger that a couple gigs, never mind over 100.
Secondly, the touch pad is very usable and just sensitive enough, though I do wish that when I tapped (instead of clicking) the center of the pad, it would act as select.
The shortcoming of this though...
First, there's the Zune software. Why can't I just drop items onto the zune? I say this without having searched for software, but it would seem if I have an MS media player, and an MS operating system that I should be able to access the device as a drive rather than a nebulous USB device connected to my system.
Second, and I'm sure this is related to the first - no ability to browse by folder. Hope you have all your tags in order, if you don't be prepared to tag all your stuff so it's better indexed and easily accessible.
Third, music sorting. Look, if I'm in album view, and all of my tags for an album have the same album name but it's a compilation album by different artists, why does the Zune software break that album out into multiple albums by different artists? How infinitely annoying. I have one boxed set that is 127 CD's long called "Sentimental Journey", well, that is broken out individually by artist on the Zune. So, multiply that 127 by 10 and you get 1,270 separate albums all by different artists - see my point?
Fourth, there's NO controls over your music. No equalizer or sound-shaper of any type. So, if you have a song with extremely tinny, flat, or bass-overloaded sound, be prepared to deal with it, because you're not increasing or decreasing the treble, mids or bass at all. You get what you have. That's it. I suppose that's great for audio purists, but for the rest of the population, what gives?
Lastly, the headphones/earbuds, whatever you want to call them... they are horrible. I mean really bad. Mine are a tinge of some brown/bronze color - meaning they don't even match the Zune itself. They are probably the cheapest things that could have been bundled with a player of this caliber. Total and utter garbage. Buy another pair when you get this.
Overall, I would buy another Zune. It definitely works well, and allows me access to my entire collection wherever I am. I just wish that MS would put a little more thought into the overall product - that's all. I got my Son a Zen, and it's everything I want in my Zune, except the capacity and the screensize. Can't anyone just get it ALL right? :)
Most recent customer reviews
Too bad the Zune has no EQ though. It's not the sellers
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