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Philips GoGear MP3 player SA3MXX04PA - MP3/MP4 players (MP3, Pink, White, USB 2.0, LCD, Lithium Polymer (LiPo), 128 x 64 pixels)

by Philips
4.5 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
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  • Rechargeable - Connect to your USB to charge the MP3 Player
  • Full colour display for intuitive and enjoyable navigation
  • Up to 13-hour music playback
  • Voice recording to take notes or record anything, anytime
  • Drag and drop your songs easily - no software needed

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 1 x 8.2 cm ; 23 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 59 g
  • Item model number: SA3MXX04PA/02
  • ASIN: B007832WN0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,994 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Enjoy your music on the go

Full color display for easy navigation

The compact Philips GoGear Mix MP3 Player with direct USB makes file transfer a snap - no cables required. Enjoy easy, intuitive navigation on the full color display and up to 13-hour music playback with its embedded battery.

Superb quality sound

- Fullsound to bring your MP3 music to life
- MP3 and WMA playback

Complements your life

- Full color display for intuitive and enjoyable navigation
- Up to 13-hour music playback
- Voice recording to take notes or record anything, anytime

Easy and intuitive experience

- Direct USB for easy file transfers - without cables
- Drag and drop your songs easily - no software needed
- Folder view to organize and view media files like on your PC
Otras características:
Backlight: Yes
Battery charging indication: Yes
Battery technology: Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Bluetooth: No
Built-in camera: No
Built-in microphone: Yes
Built-in speaker(s): No
Card reader integrated: No
Colour of product: Pink, White
Compatible operating systems: Windows XP (SP3) / Vista / 7
Connectivity technology: Wired
DC-in jack: No
Depth: 1.05 cm
Display: LCD
Display number of lines: 3
Display resolution: 128 x 64 pixels
Equalizer: Yes
Equalizer bands quantity: 6
Equalizer modes: Classic, Custom, Funk, Hip hop, Jazz, Rock, Techno
Firmware upgradeable: Yes
Frequency range: 40 - 18000 Hz
Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm
Headphone outputs: 1
Height: 8.2 cm
Interface: USB 2.0
Internal memory type: NAND
Internet connection required: Yes
LED indicators: Yes
MP3 bit rates: 8 - 320 Kbit/s
MP3 playback: Yes
Music memory capacity (songs): 900
Package depth: 3.2 cm
Package height: 19.2 cm
Package type: D-box
Package width: 6.5 cm
Player media type: Flash-media
RMS rated power: 0.01 W
Rechargeable: Yes
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): 78 dB
Sound enhancement: FullSound
Total storage capacity: 4 GB
Touch screen: No
Type: MP3
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 1
USB powered: Yes
USB required: Yes
User guide: Yes
Voice recording: Yes
WMA bit rates: 10 - 320 Kbit/s
Weight: 22 g
Wi-Fi: No
Width: 2.87 cm
Windows operating systems supported: Yes


Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I spent a good few (tiring) hours trying to make a choice on a cheap mp3 player. Every one I homed in on seemed to have some plus sides and some down sides according to reviews. Having decided that maybe it was worth just taking a gamble and going for one of the unbranded Chinese ones (I mean, obviously, they're all Chinese!), I found one of these at the right price.
I'd already read reviews but they'd said the menus weren't good and the volume was a bit low so had given up on it. Anyway, I can now say that having bought one and tried it out, I have nothing but praise for this big usb stick!
I'm sure an iPod can make you a coffee in the morning but this player can do most of the other stuff you really need!
The screen is very clear and easy to navigate, it's easy to drag and drop files/folders and the buttons are easy to use even with large fingers. Perhaps most importantly, the sound quality is brill! I have learnt however that it REALLY matters what phones you have plugged in. My JVC Riptides produce copius amounts of full, rich-bass sound on as little as 10 (out of 30). However through my old Ross headphones I have to double that to 20! - The same is true of the buds that come with the player. If you put your fingers over the buds you get a nice rich sound but otherwise you lose a bit of volume and a good portion of bass.
How can so little a thing deliver so much? Great!
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What's not to like?
It looks sweet,
it's so user-friendly & it slots straight into the boombox USB port.
Oh, AND it holds about 1000 songs
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Not used to these sort of gadgets, but I soon worked it out. Very pleased with it. I haven't used all the space on it yet, but it means there is plenty of scope for the future.
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I bought this for my six year old daughter. The sound is wonderful- clear and crisp. exactly what you expect of Philips products. The menu is simple enough for a six year old to navigate and the screen is big enough to actually read. The navigation on the menu, sound and bw/fw is a simple pressure button next to the play key. It locks by pressing the power button.
As I bought this for a kid, I bought kids' over the ear headphones but it coms with in ear black headphones that are perfectly serviceable and which I will keep for other uses.
it gets a five star not just based on the ration price/ quality- which is superb, but because, even if you exclude the price factor, it is of great quality.
It made my daughter very happy and, I'm sue, will make may other just so. Highly recommended.
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My Sony device went through the washing machine and the story ends there as you can imagine. I was fed up using my phone as a listening device. I have an old ipod which, frankly, is good listening but is heavy, complicated to load and manage so I was looking for an easy to load - easy to operate - nice to listen to device.

This Philips device is as good if much better than the Sony with good bass but without the annoying `zappin' feature which drove me mad.

I have a hearing problem, but with this device I can hear elements in music tracks that I have missed on other players. I've never had a Philips anything before so I am impressed.

A great device - lightweight - easy to load - easy to manage - easy to operate and importantly a quality sound.

You might need to upgrade the headphones to make the best of this product.

If there is a down side it is this. When putting on pause you will only have 5 minutes to play again otherwise the player resets. A bit frustrating when in the middle of a long podcast. That said, I can't fault it.
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I was delighted to find that this MP3 player did absolutely "everything it said on the tin". Simplicity wasn't even in it - so easy to use, and a welcome change from my previous one which apparently required a PhD in Engineering to operate it. How-and-ever...

From the very start it refused to play with any other headphones. (No, I wasn't testing it - there just happened to be an occasion, very soon after purchase, when its own provided headphones weren't available; so I grabbed another pair.) No dice. Even worse: it refused to play in the car via a cassette output - after which attempt it also developed a bizarre yellow squiggle on the LED display which no amount of re-setting would remove. I eventually contacted Philips who felt that it must surely be faulty. So I've had to send it back. Furthermore Philips are not apparently producing it anymore; so I'm now scouting round the web trying to find backstock, or an equivalent.

Has anyone else had either or both of these problems? I would be very interested to know...
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By S. Hapgood VINE VOICE on 22 Nov. 2013
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I bought my first one of these over a year ago, have used it constantly, and I can't recommend it enough. Easy to use, with nice simple navigation, bags of room to load any amount of songs and tunes you wish, and easy to recharge. The Philips MP3 Players are the best.
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Works well with alternative headphones (I can't get on with the in-the-ear types). Battery life probably not as long as claimed but, going by the 'blobs', should do at least 8 hours before recharge.

Only real snag I can find is that songs loaded on in 'non-MP3' format don't play in order, whether you number them or not. I was partially intending to use this player for backing tracks recorded in WAV format. Loading them on is no problem, but they can't be made to play in the order I have them on my Tascam DR05 (which I use live), so I'm having to stick with CD's as back up.

This probably wouldn't bother most people, but if you have ordinary songs in WMA or WAV (and I have tons!) which you want to load, don't expect to be able to play them in any particular order (although they actually play perfectly). But MP3's are no problem, and I suppose that's what this player's intended for...!
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