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I have been using the Sony waterproof mp3 player in the pool now for about 3 months and LOVE IT!!!!! The sound quality is great, easy to add music and recharge and the I've only recharged once in the past 3 months. I had looked at the Apple waterproof shuffle, but the price is just too high and you also have to buy w… see more I have been using the Sony waterproof mp3 player in the pool now for about 3 months and LOVE IT!!!!! The sound quality is great, easy to add music and recharge and the I've only recharged once in the past 3 months. I had looked at the Apple waterproof shuffle, but the price is just too high and you also have to buy waterproof buds separately. Also, the Sony holds more music. A big plus in my book. see less
By T. Adams on September 30, 2013
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Yes, I use them for daily lap swimming. I swim between 1200 and 2200 yards five days a week. It works well as long as I tuck the wires into my goggle strap and then carefully take my turns. Sometimes, I come off the wall at a weird angle and I do flood my ears which makes it hard to hear. At that point I take them … see more Yes, I use them for daily lap swimming. I swim between 1200 and 2200 yards five days a week. It works well as long as I tuck the wires into my goggle strap and then carefully take my turns. Sometimes, I come off the wall at a weird angle and I do flood my ears which makes it hard to hear. At that point I take them out and swim the rest without them - and then start again with them the next day. see less
By Craig D Poulson on November 18, 2013
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The way to turn off the "zapping" mode is to press and hold the play button (right headset, the one on the left head is for shuffle mode.) until you hear the female voice said "Zapping Off". It happens easily at first when you still not use to the buttons, you might have press the play/pause button for too long and tri… see more The way to turn off the "zapping" mode is to press and hold the play button (right headset, the one on the left head is for shuffle mode.) until you hear the female voice said "Zapping Off". It happens easily at first when you still not use to the buttons, you might have press the play/pause button for too long and trigger the "Zapping" mode.
To turn off/on the player, press and hold the square button at the back of the right headset until you hear a "beap". Anyway after you set it to the mode you want and you don't want to accidently alter it while you're exercising or in the pool, you can always slide the lock button up to prevent it. see less

By Nic_rich on October 28, 2013
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Not sure what you're reffering to. It has a short elastic string that goes from side to side aroud the back of the head, holding it in place. Maybe this is what you mean.
By Roger on July 27, 2014
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Yes, you can. The same kind of plug you use to recharge an iPod can be used to recharge this mp3 player.
By R. Quiros on February 4, 2014
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Audio Format(s) Supported :
MP3: 32-320 kbps (incl. VBR) at 32, 44.1, and 48 kHz
WMA: 32-192 kbps (incl. VBR) at 44.1 kHz (WM-DRM not supported) … see more
Audio Format(s) Supported :
MP3: 32-320 kbps (incl. VBR) at 32, 44.1, and 48 kHz
WMA: 32-192 kbps (incl. VBR) at 44.1 kHz (WM-DRM not supported)
AAC: 16-320 kbps (incl. VBR) at 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, and 48 kHz
L-PCM: 1411 kbps at 44.1 kHz
thats all, but still an amazing product, confortable, good sound, love for most traing activities, make syre it's tight fir swimming and ware a swim cap over it to help keeping it in place, good lock see less

By JEAN LALIBERTE on January 12, 2014
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I believe it does. I have been too busy to chase down the details and follow up. I have only used the unit (when it works) for lap swimming. Maybe it really isn't as waterproof as I thought.
By Ted S. Moninski on May 30, 2014
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Can't help you because I don't use Rhapsody but it should be able to accept any music in MP3 format, regardless of what library it's from.
By wendyfaucett on January 6, 2014
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Hi, please send us more details about your concern at socialsupport@am.sony.com, give us your contact details so that we can assist you further. Thanks. Ely.
By Sony Support USA on October 27, 2014 MANUFACTURER
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Hi, please send us more details about your concern at socialsupport@am.sony.com, give us your contact details and the exact model number of your unit so that we can assist you further. Thanks. Ely.
By Sony Support USA on February 19, 2015 MANUFACTURER