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ATMT LITE MP130BL 256MB MP3 Player - Blue

3.8 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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  • 256mb Capacity - Store up to 125 songs
  • WMA/MP3 Digital Music Playback
  • Dot-Matrix LCD Display with backlight
  • No driver requires for file/audio transfer
  • Windows Me/XP/2K Mac OS X
  • Cable-Free feature
  • Built-in standard type A USB connector
  • 8 hours battery life
  • 7 Preset equalizers
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • PC / Mac OS X (10.2.6 and later) compatible
  • With voice recorder
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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
  • Item model number: MP130BL-256
  • ASIN: B000C756VY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Nov. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 219,990 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The ATMT LITE 256MB MP3 player can be attached to a bunch of keys like a key ring, worn around the neck or slipped into a pocket. With the MP3 player, you'll never miss your favourite music again! This compact portable music player lets you wear your music! The ATMT LITE has 256MB of flash memory for music or data storage. The ATMT LITE has been designed for maximum ease of data transfer. It plugs straight into any USB port, without the need for cables, drivers or any other additional software. This allows music to be uploaded to the player quickly and simply. The flash memory is an integral part of the ATMT LITE, and does not have to be bought separately. It runs on a single AAA battery.Windows 98SE users require drivers to be installed.


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Bought this for my 12 year old for xmas. Its easy to use and she loves it. Battery seems to last much longer than I expected. Only downside is the headphones: the sound is poor. Get some after market ones (I bought JVC gum ones for about £7.99) and it sounds excellent.
Am now thinking of getting one for myself.
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To use this player:
1) Insert battery and headphones
2) Insert device into vacant USB slot
3) Go to 'My Computer' and double click on the device. Drag and drop your music files onto the player.
4) Remove device from USB slot and insert earphones in ears.
5) Press and hold the play button. The player will turn on
6) Use the stick to go forward or backward and press down on the stick to enter an icon on the menu.
This has three major points going for it:
1) It uses AAA batteries, no iPod dead battery disasters here!
2) It has its USB connector built into the unit - no cables!
3) It appears as an extra drive in 'My Computer' to which you can drag and drop your sound files - no iTunes or equally confusing software to use.
If you drag and drop song files in folders, then the device recognises them as albums and you can navigate these easily.
The manual is written in badly translated English, which is actually very funny once you know how to use the player.
This is a cool little player, but with a design flaw - one channel on the earphone socket is easily damaged and won't respond to some earphones.
To Miss J Wagner - make sure you're actually using mp3 or wma files. Using wav files will fill up your player with only a few tracks.
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By A Customer on 27 Dec. 2005
I have to say that we bought both our kids this item as a stocking filler, but we managed to get 3 big albums on with space for another, sound quality ok, some of the other reviewers have been too critical on sound, as unfortunately in life you do pay for what you get, but for my 5 and 7 year old sons will they notice the difference? i think not.
It works simply by transfering your CD's on the PC and using the supplied USB cable transfering them onto your MP3 using windows media player - simple even for me!!! Make sure you create a folder for each album when you transfer otherwise you may end up overwriting previously saved songs.
The battery life could be better, but all round i would thoroughly recommend on the basis of size, display, capacity, price and ease of use.
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Buy one of these just to try out the concept of MP3 players - I did and it's great - don't bother too much with the instructions - just plug into USB, then go to My Computer and you will see it as another drive - then copy and paste your music files to it - that's it. Works a treat. If you put your tracks into files first, it recognises them as 'albums' - ace little gadget.
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Delivered in under 24hrs via first class post! The ATMT Lite 256MP3 player has turned out to be one of my more rewarding purchases from Amazon. Given, the price tag (£15.99) I wasn't expecting a lot but I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. Others have spoken about the useless instructions but I managed to download 62 songs (4.3 hours at 128 kbps) onto the device in about 3 minutes - dragging and dropping from my i-tunes library. With a good (copper-topped) quality battery I managed to get over 8 hours usage spread over a few days. The menu is pretty intuitive but can be a bit fiddly. The sound quality was not great (weak bass response), but a quick change of headphones (taken from my old minidisc player) and hey presto, not bad at all. To sum up; this MP3 player does represent very good value for money if you want a solid, entry level device for the price of a DVD. One star deducted for poor instructions booklet, the pointless short-life battery included (why bother?) and the headphones.
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Great value for money! This was bought for my 12 year old and we didn't want to spend too much money in case she lost/broke or didn't use it. We've downloaded about 55 tracks, it's fairly easy to use if you are comfortable with saving/copying/moving files.(The 'instruction' booklet is VERY basic.If you have a problem read some of the other reviews their instructions are far more comprehensive!) My daughter loves it.
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bought 2 for my 2 sons,13 and 9.excellent value for money,so easy to transfer the music and so easy to use.i`m considering getting one for myself.

EXCELLENT
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By A Customer on 5 Feb. 2006
This is the first MP3 player I have bought, so what do you get for £20 these days? Well certainly a CD player costing this amount would be awful but what a suprise I had. I am very used to burning my music so using files and folders was easy and I use MAGIX 2005 bought here on Amazon. With these two its easy to download.Make sure you have installed the disc that comes with the MP3.Find your music you want to download( In MAGIX it puts it on the timeline so you can clean and edit it) Make sure you have the MP3 player plugged in. Select EXPORT in MAGIX select the music to MP3 type then select the export file to the removeable disc then send. The MP3 then shows an arrow to the left showing upload. Easy! Well it took me about 30 mins to get it as the instructions are not clear. As for the sound, I was amazed. Good clear quality on all types. If you want to take some music on holiday then this is it, yep 125 songs, I have uploaded about 30 songs and three 20 song albums and its still got room. You can download individual songs that it will play in sequence or random and if you upload an album it plays the whole file before moving on or you can fast forward and rewind by pressing the mode button whilst playing.
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