Transcend MP870 - digital player
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- Interface Supported:USB 2.0
- Supported Non-Multimedia Formats:TXT
- Digital Player Functions:Radio, line-in recording, photo playback, video playback
- Digital Player Type:Flash based
- Weight:62 g
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Transcend MP870. Player media type: flash-media, Total storage capacity: 8 GB, Compatible memory cards: microSD (TransFlash), microSDHC. Display: TFT, Display diagonal: 61 mm (2.4 "), Display resolution: 240 x 320 pixels. Audio formats supported: FLAC, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, Video formats supported: FLV, RM, RMVB, XVID, Image formats supported: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG. Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm. Supported radio bands: FM, FM band range: 87.5 - 108 MHz
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Top Customer Reviews
The sound playback is really full and rich and has an amazing set of equalizer settings to choose from. The battery life is very good and it comes with it's own custom made rubber cover.
My only slight niggle is that it can sometimes take about 10 seconds to actually start the track you have selected, otherwise I would definitely buy again!
I purhased this for the simple functions of playing music and listening to audio books in MP3 and WMA formats downloaded from my local library web site which uses Overdrive Media Console as its transfer mechanism. My reasons for choosing this player were: Large screen, reasonable user inteface, ability to perform the above functions. Having tried other MP3 players like the Sansa Clip and Sony players that have poor interfaces, screens you can't read without a magnifying glass or don't handle WMA/DRM foiles I was carefull in my selection process to check these features.
It does have a large screen and it is clear and easy to read so full marks there.
It does have an easy to use interface, at least for the functions I need.
You can easily drag and drop files to the player and create your own folder hierarchy and rename items.
So far so good!
I transfered some music by drag and dropping - played it back, using my own headphones, and had a reasonable sound quality - I'm no audiophile but to me the tracks sounded pretty decent without widdling with any equaliser settings.
I downloaded an MP3 audiobook and transferred it and played it back no problem. Thats two of my three functions handled OK but now the problems begin.
I downloaded a WMA format audio book - these come with the dreaded DRM - I transferred it using Overdrive and tried to play back with the result that the player tells me the DRM may have expired.Read more ›