11 of 17 people found the following review helpful
expected much more,
This review is from: Sony NWZA845B A series Walkman 16GB MP3 Player with 2.8 inch OLED Screen (Electronics)
Firstly and most importantly..I hope all future Sony Mp3's dont follow this particular versions ridiculous volume capping policy...(unless its a very poor amp??)
Good points - OLED screen and Headphones **vvv.good!)
Bad points - Tacky control buttons (if you look closely not centered properly)and extremely difficult to locate without visual reference.
no success with iplayer, screen glitches and NC was not up to expectation.
This was supposed to be an upgrade/replacement for my sony nwz-s638f which i am sorry to say beats it hand down. Come on Sony i absolutely refuse to surrender to ipod.
Regrettably returned for refund.
(Sub note**if plugged into nwz-s638).
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Initial post: 27 May 2010 15:11:29 BDT
Mr. A. S. Crichton says:
The volume capping is the result of an EU regulation, it's not Sony's fault!
In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2010 21:14:07 BDT
P. Chivers says:
Mr Crichton, didn't you know that as responsible adults we're incapable of knowing when something is to loud for our delicate ears. That's why we employ the idiots in Brussels
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jun 2010 17:49:34 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jun 2010 13:09:46 BDT
Mr. S. French says:
The thing is, I never listen to my MP3 players through head phones and always run them through the aux in my car. I had to take the X-series walkman back due to it being so quiet. Thats with the limiting software turned off, full volume on the player and the cars head unit at full volume.
I have an old A818 and that is fine.
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