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Depends on what type of the music you are trying to put into its memory. 4GB for AAC/mp3 type of pop music (3-5MB) probably just 750 music files can be put in them. However, if you put some better format, ALAC/FLAC 16-bit type of file (30-50MB), you can calculate how much you can put into. However, there is another opt… see more Depends on what type of the music you are trying to put into its memory. 4GB for AAC/mp3 type of pop music (3-5MB) probably just 750 music files can be put in them. However, if you put some better format, ALAC/FLAC 16-bit type of file (30-50MB), you can calculate how much you can put into. However, there is another option for this one is bluetooth. So if you have some streaming plan on your mobile device, you can use them on the go. These memories are only extremely useful, when you plan to take it go to swim. If you considering how long you gonna stay in the water, 70 music files, which is using the better format, it takes around 3.5 hours to finish a round. So it can be said enough. Because it a place for you to play music, rather than keep music in it. You can store your music in better method. Keeping them all the time in these flash drive type of storage platform will increase the chance of losing the files. see less Depends on what type of the music you are trying to put into its memory. 4GB for AAC/mp3 type of pop music (3-5MB) probably just 750 music files can be put in them. However, if you put some better format, ALAC/FLAC 16-bit type of file (30-50MB), you can calculate how much you can put into. However, there is another option for this one is bluetooth. So if you have some streaming plan on your mobile device, you can use them on the go. These memories are only extremely useful, when you plan to take it go to swim. If you considering how long you gonna stay in the water, 70 music files, which is using the better format, it takes around 3.5 hours to finish a round. So it can be said enough. Because it a place for you to play music, rather than keep music in it. You can store your music in better method. Keeping them all the time in these flash drive type of storage platform will increase the chance of losing the files.
ASTGHOST
· 09 December 2018
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I have only swam using Bluetooth. My head is not properly submerged as it's only centimetres under water whilst swimming. It works in the water providing you're not far from your device. I put mine at the half way mark at the side of the pool whilst I swim. I have not tested it through diving at depth.
Buckers
· 12 September 2018
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I have a one plus 3 and max range I get in the gym is about 8 to 10m for me so not sure if its the phone or head phones. But your better of putting songs in its storage in that case.
Amazon Kunde
· 18 November 2017
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Yes, you can take phone calls. This has worked well for me
Danny C.
· 21 August 2017
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Hi Kim,
You can transfer files from a Windows/Mac computer. You can also use the Walkman as Bluetooth headphones to play audio from you phone directly,

Sony S.
Manufacturer · 16 October 2017
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Yep you'll hear external noise especially with ambient setting which is designed for that purpose
Barry Anthony Magee
· 09 September 2017
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I think it shuffles my current folder but I could not shuffle all
Arjay Y.
· 13 October 2017
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yes
Carol Ann Patterson
· 31 October 2017
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Hi Mx Roberts,
The needed time to have this Walkman fully charged is 1.5 hours and he available battery life may differ based on the settings on the unit and content playing but it's a minimum of 4 hours and a maximum of 12 hours.
The unit is waterproof and can be fully submerged in saltwater to a depth of 2 metres f… see more
Hi Mx Roberts,
The needed time to have this Walkman fully charged is 1.5 hours and he available battery life may differ based on the settings on the unit and content playing but it's a minimum of 4 hours and a maximum of 12 hours.
The unit is waterproof and can be fully submerged in saltwater to a depth of 2 metres for up to 30 minutes and it's also dustproof. see less
Hi Mx Roberts,
The needed time to have this Walkman fully charged is 1.5 hours and he available battery life may differ based on the settings on the unit and content playing but it's a minimum of 4 hours and a maximum of 12 hours.
The unit is waterproof and can be fully submerged in saltwater to a depth of 2 metres for up to 30 minutes and it's also dustproof.

Sony S.
Manufacturer · 29 November 2017
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In the box is a proprietary charging cradle that has a micro-usb port and a micro-usb to usb cable. This can be used with any usb plugs that you have (any phone charger etc)
The inconstant gardener
· 28 December 2017