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Written on: 12/05/2008
I got this player for my Daughter, later on my son wanted one as well, so as it was fairly cheap I ended up buying another. Both of my kids love their player and have not looked backed since. Its a great little player and if something goes wrong, not too expensive to replace… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2007 by Andyham (1 review written)
Value for money if you just need a player to listen to your favorite music… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2006 by nellu (1 review written)
My MP3's were in Real player format as I downloaded. The first trouble came when I received a message that my disk was full, so when I decided to delete some tracks the ATMT Lite MP130BK MP3 player froze when I disconnected it from the USB, as it didn't respond, and it's still not working!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2006 by gendy943 (8 reviews written)
The ATMT LITE MP 130BK 256Mb MP3 player is cheap as chips, and very serviceable once you get to know the player. It is robust and reliable, and there are no expensive replacement Li-ion batteries to replace at extortionate prices.
This web-site tells all... www.s1mp3.org/en/docs_userguide.php… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/08/2006 by gendy943 (8 reviews written)
If you are paying £15 for a 256Mb player then the ATMT LITE MP130BK 256MB is OK, but DO NOT buy the 512Mb or 1 or 2Gb versions. It would be better to buy a properly supported Sony player or an iPod. You will get bona fide firmware upgrades there.
The bigger capacity S1 MP3 players are not worth it. They may not even have the Flash Drive capacity you think you are paying for… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/08/2006 by gendy943 (8 reviews written)
I set up my ATMT LITE MP130BK 256MB MP3 player, and it was detected as an external drive as normal by Windows XP. I managed to download .wma files ripped from CD's via Windows Media Player. I used it for a week then removed music files via the drive shown on My Computer. Thereafter, it was utterly useless. I downloaded .wma files but the "music" icon could not find them, nor could the "voice" icon. the firmware appeared to be corrupted somehow. Save up a bit more money and get an MP3 player… Read Full Review
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