Philips SA3MXX04PA/02 Pink 4GB Portable MP3 Player
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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
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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 colour display and up to 13-hour music playback with its embedded battery.Up to 13-hour music playback
This player's long-lasting power comes in the form of 13 hours of continuous music playback on just one single charge.Direct USB
Devices with direct USB can be plugged directly into the USB port of your PC without the need for a cable. Your computer will automatically recognise the device as a removable USB mass storage device.Drag and drop your songs
You can quickly and easily copy your music collection from your PC to your GoGear player. Simply connect your GoGear to your PC, select the songs or the folders that you want to copy to your player, then drag the selected files to the GoGear's music folder.Folder view
Folder view is an optional directory view of the GoGear player that lets you view all the files on your player as if it were a computer. Once you select Folder view, opening any supported file (i.e. music, pictures or videos) is as easy as selecting the file and hitting Play.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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!
It looks sweet,
it's so user-friendly & it slots straight into the boombox USB port.
Oh, AND it holds about 1000 songs
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.
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...!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't like the colours much but works as good as any other mp3 player.Published 19 months ago by Ace123
I love this mp3 player,love it so much i am thinking of buying anotherPublished on 18 Aug. 2014 by LEMONPOP
I bought this for my 5yo daughter, who actually can't switch it on and off herself, as that button is fiddly, but it is easy to get music on, and she finds it easy to skip through... Read morePublished on 17 Aug. 2014 by Mary Marshall
Fantastic little mp3 player. Battery lasts for ages, sound is excellent and it holds loads of albums/podcasts. Read morePublished on 21 July 2014 by THFC70
Needed in order to play my recordings onto a new mini system. Works brilliantly. Arrived quickly after order and thought it was good value for the money.Published on 22 Jun. 2014 by C A Hill
The size and colour are perfect. Nice and compact yet big enough to still see what you are doing. Very easy to use and install. Sound quality is amazing. I love it.Published on 11 Jun. 2014 by Sezy
Cant fault this, good price and excellent sound quality. Philips have done a good job here. Much better than my old Sony.Published on 31 May 2014 by Carlos Ramirez