8 GB MP3 MP4 Player (4th Gen) With Built In FM Radio, FREE USB Cable, Rubber Case & Earphones by giZmoZ n gadgetZ ®

July 9, 2015 - Comment

This stunning MP3 MP4 player is a simple to use minimalistic device able to slip into any pocket or handbag. Not only does this come with the MP3 player but it also has a USB cable, earphones and a case to compliment it. We have also listened to customer feedback and as a result have

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This stunning MP3 MP4 player is a simple to use minimalistic device able to slip into any pocket or handbag. Not only does this come with the MP3 player but it also has a USB cable, earphones and a case to compliment it. We have also listened to customer feedback and as a result have made instructional videos to help with usage. Sporting a massive 8GB memory, you will be able to store approximately 4000 MP3 songs, that’s OVER 200 HOURS, more than enough for that evening of easy listening you had planned. iTunes is not required as this wonderful device it simple acts as another hard drive, click and drag the files you want and no software needed although songs can be loaded to your device through iTunes 1.8 inch TFT LCD. Once the device has the MP3’s on it you can ask iTunes or any other media player to play songs off of it, full color display Support AMV video; Support various audio formats as MP3, WMA, WAV etc… USB2.0 Full Speed with mini USB 2.0 Cable. TXT e-book reading JPEG GIF BMP picture support, reading, browsing FM stereo radio, Auto & manual scan modes Recording the programs from FM radio or microphone U-disc function without any driver 7 kind of EQ: nature, rock, pop, classic, soft, jazz and heavybass Support snoozing and power saving. Please note that this is NOT an Apple Ipod. One Random Radio Supplied

Product Features

  • Plays MP3/MP4
  • Built in 8GB Memory Holds 4000 MP3’s
  • NEW English Instructional videos
  • FM Radio
  • Free USB, Earphones and Rubber case.

Comments

meonamz "slayersales" says:

a great little product. I needed a new mp3 player to replace a broken Sony one and didn’t fancy spending another £80 odd on a new one so thought i will give this gizmo a go, for £13 I thought it was worth a punt. I’m glad i did, its a great little item, ok it takes a little while to work out the function buttons but within 20 mins i had worked it all out without looking at the instruction booklet and within the hour i had put 30-40 albums on the player using cut and paste from my computer and still plenty of free space left to add many more albums. .The player does come with free headphones but i’m not expecting them to be great so using my own headphones and I must say the sound quality is just as good as old sony mp3. There aren’t any bells and whistles but as i only want it to have all my Heavy Metal music together to play when i want then it does the job very nicely. The battery appears to be lasting a good time at present so hopefully it will continue the same way, (i know others have said…

Claire says:

Great sound instructions poor My Mp3 player died on me and shock horror all my Rascal Flatts music was in Mp3 format, what to do? Easy go on Amazon and find a cheap replacement!!! That part was easy, but which one to get? I just want to listen to my music so I wanted an easy to use device with a good memory and great sound, so after reading countless details and reviews I chose this one. It arrived within 2 days well packaged and in good condition. I couldn’t wait to get it up and running so I read the leaflet on how to get going. Now most of the reviews I read did say that the instructions were poor to misleading and I have to agree with these 100%, I would say they were written by someone for which English is not their first language or they have been translated literally from another language. They are very misleading and hard to follow in some parts, however saying that I did get a vague idea of what to do so I started charging it via my laptop (charging lead was provided) at the same time I started loading my…

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