Written on: 06/12/2005 by Daw (3 reviews written)
I've had my NAPA DAV316 MP3 player for over 2 years, and it only started to play up AFTER I had droped it 2+ times in a store on to a wooden floor. I've had it apart and put back together. I'm having problems now, but I think the laser's tracker isn't set correctly.
It is a player that needs more love than most people are willing to give their MP3 players. (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2003 by tofulegend.
i didn't pay much for it when it was new so i guess it was almost worth it, except for the remote (read more)
Written on: 05/06/2003 by Paul.
I bought one of these players for £75 (ish) in 2002. I have never had any problems with it, plays mp3s/cds fine. It is very easy to use as well as being nice and light. I don't use the player whilst on the move so I haven't really tested its anti-shock capabilities. In conclusion, the DAV316 is perfect for taking on holiday, and it sounds pretty good when plugged into a set of active travel speakers.
p.s. (as mentioned by others, it doesn't play vcds.) (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2002 by benson.
I feel I've been done with this Napa DAV316 portable MP3 player. See the bad points for more details. (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2002 by PAL.
On my Napa DAV316 portable MP34 player, mp3's sound distorted and have echo. Best results I got were when burning with Winlame, but still bad. The VCD playback, although picturewise good, is jerky and pretty rubbish. Play CDs OK, but that's not what you buy it for. Generally a waste of money, I gave mine to my 6 year old. (read more)
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