Written on: 17/02/2005 by hnpppp
I Bought the iRriver iFP-140 in November 2004, I have had three, all due to a clicking noise when the remote is plugged in.
The iRiver is not easy to use unless you really know what you are doing. Support from Iriver is drastically lacking, and there are seldom any firmware updates.
The only way that I could get id3 tag info and playlists to work was buy using a program that another user had written. Even following iRivers own tutorial for playlists, step by step, they still did not... (read more)
Written on: 22/05/2004 by kknostman (1 review written)
I recently purchased this IRIVER IFP-140, and in short, it's the best hard drive based Portable MP3 player you can buy. There simply are no compelling reasons to puchase an ipod over this unit unless you simply MUST have the "ipod" for emotional reason, or because you find the ipods "wheel" superior to a thumbstick. Some may feel the ipod looks slicker, but that's not a functional issue.
Sound quality is better than an ipod (this was a subjective test between the Iriver and 2 ipods)... (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2004 by hoodyfella (1 review written)
Pretty much the only good thing about the IRIVER IFP-140 portable mp3 player is that it is sold at a good price and has a great battery life. Besides this it stinks. Bottom line, the ipod is ten times what the iriver could ever amount to. (read more)
Written on: 18/06/2003 by Sikhi.
I've owned this baby for eight months. Never experienced any problems. The sound is great, lots of functionality, easy to use, and regular firmware updates that usually add additional features to the player. Oh yeah! one AA battery that last a long time. (read more)
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