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Creative Jukebox Zen Xtra - Digital player - HDD 60 GB - WMA, MP3


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  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 7.6 x 11.3 cm ; 222 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
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  • Item model number: 70PD055000022
  • ASIN: B0000TEVL0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Feb 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 249,415 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Burghart on 29 Aug 2005
I've been a great supporter of Creative vs its mega-rival apple over the past three years. But my loyalty has now finally ebbed. Since Xmas 2002 I've gone through 3 Creative Jukeboxes. The first was a 20gb, the second have been 60gbs. I've been consistantly pleased and impressed with almost everything that Creative have given me. Apart from their hard drives. Maybe I've been unlucky, maybe I'm just jinxed by the digital e-god of mp3s, or maybe Creative have it wrong. My last warranty has just run out, and my 60gb disk has just corrupted. It'll cost £164 to replace. This is the third and final time my Creative hardware's gone giddy. Every time something's gone wrong customer support has been extremely helpful in dealing with corruptions in their software (these also happen, but replacements are freely available for download online). When it comes to fixing the hardware, however, the machine has to be sent to Ireland where it'll stay for several months (which will eat up your 12 month warranty if it still exists). I'm not a jogger, a cyclist or a swimmer; I just use my player when walking around the city or on the bus. I don't think that should incur running costs of £150+ a year. So, sorry Creative, its been nice, but it's really time I bought an ipod.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ma Whittingham on 10 Feb 2005
This is a great MP3 player - yes, there are those ipod things - very trendy, very sleek, chic and in vogue - but in the cold comparative light of day they seem poor value for money and are to be found to be somewhat lacking.
The Creative Zen has a clean, timeless design - OK, it is not as chic as the ipod but, like an 80's haircut, they begin to look dated rapidly. Add to this 3x the storage capacity and a superior and fuller sound quality and you have a real winner of an MP3 player.
People have mentioned the substandard headphones but to be honest if you are serious about your sound then go out and get yourself some Koss Portapro headphones and I can guarantee you will be impressed!
10/10 for Creative - just a shame that everyone is a slave to fashion....
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. W. Evelyn on 14 Jun 2005
Appearance wise, the bold lines, classy (almost mat) metal finish and large screen leave little room for complaints. At the end of the day this is an mp3 player and as far as they go, this looks at the very least...smart.
The control system, involving a 'rocking' switch to scroll (when pressed is also the select button)and clearly marked and well positioned play/pause/skip buttons make using the device very intuitive. The array of menus can be somewhat daunting at first but within a few trips out and about with this player you will quickly warm to the controls and find that effective use of the various buttons including the ever useful 'back' button result in a user friendly and unfrustrating experience. Impressive considering the vast library of music you will be delving in and out of. I do recommend however that you select the 'tabbed' view of the menu, it makes the various submenu options easier to pin point at a glance...most useful when you're darting on and off tubes.
The sound quality is, compared to my old mp3 player (a dion mp3 cd player) satisfactory and the eax equaliser (although fairly limited) makes tweaking the sound to suit taste/earphones a quick and effective operation. I have however been using my own headphones as the ones supplied are not particularly good and I found them to be rather large for my ears.
As regarding battery life, I have also found the mp3 player to perform well. Generally speaking its a good idea to ignore companies hype. In my experience I have found I charge this mp3 player at least half as much as I charge my mobile phone, and this jukebox gets serious useage as I often have to endure lengthy coach and train journeys.
There are minor gripes but it would be unfair to call them 'downsides'.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kerr on 22 Nov 2005
This is a magnificent product in every way except for the hard drive itself. I've had it now for 2 years and had the unit replaced under warranty after about 11 months. It's just packed in again and is giving an error report stating there is a hard disk problem. It is of course out of warranty and I'm just waiting to see what, if anything Creative will do for me. After the first replacement, I have treated it with kid gloves and still it has broken down. I can't afford to replace something of this value every year or two. As it is money, that is all the more reason why it needs to be reliable as it takes a considerable time and effort to reload the 6000 tracks I had on it. If I was buying again, I'd seriously be looking for reliability reports before choosing another player.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matt G on 13 Sep 2006
I've had this player for 3 years or something around that time. I've had it replaced once as the hard drive itself just one day packed in and I was sent a totally new one after contacting Creative. Luckily I was just inside the one year manufacturers guarantee period. Anyway....

The player itself is very basic in terms of todays brand spanking new hardware and certainly isn't as shiny or have as many features as the newer nodels but for an MP3 player you can't really fault it. The menu navigation via the rocker switch on the side is childs play after a quick mess about with it and it also has a back button and a main menu button to access options easily. All the buttons are on the sides of the player like you would have with a walkman/tape player and is pretty easy to use when safely in your jacket pocket after a while but only to really pause/play, forward/reverse and adjust the volume. Adding tracks to play etc has to accessed using the screen.

60 gigs of memory on the player means that you can store a hell of a lot of music on it and I have nearly my whole music collection on it, mostly. About 980 albums atm. The other nice thing about this product is that you can also store data on it from your PC as you would a removable hard drive and access it on another pc, although you will need the creative media center software installed on each pc you use it on but I haven't had any problems yet.

The only real down side I can see with this player is the fact that I did have to get it replaced and creative recognised that it needed to be replaced so quickly when the message "hard drive error" appeared.
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