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MP3 Player, Searick 16G MP3 Player with Bluetooth 4.2, 2.4" LCD Portable HiFi Lossless Sound Music MP3 Players with FM Radio/Voice Recorder, Support up to 128GB (Headphone, Armband, Lanyard Included)
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- Multi-functional: Take your music anywhere with this compact MP3 player that lets you enjoy your music, favorite podcasts(Download files to the computer, then connect the player to the computer and copy the podcast files to the player), videos, photos, FM radio and ebooks on the go. Encased in a beautiful and durable all-metal housing, you can listen to music with wired or wireless Bluetooth headphones or through a vibrant built-in speaker
- Wireless Bluetooth 4.2 Technology: Bluetooth 4.2 transmits a fast and stable connection. The high fidelity lossless sound and intelligent digital noise reduction deliver crisp and clear audio. Please note this portable MP3 player is not a Bluetooth receiver and cannot pair with phones
- HiFi Lossless Sound Quality: This Bluetooth MP3 player adopts a professional intelligent digital noise reduction chip ensuring high-qualified audio experience. Enhance your music experience and create your own customized equalizer settings or choose from several preset choices: Rock, Funk, Hip hop, Jazz, Classical, Techno. Supports playback of popular audio formats, including MP3、WMA、APE、FLAC、WAV
- Long Time Playback and Large Capacity: Enjoy 55 hours of music playback on a single charge. Take your ears to travel with extremely high-resolution audio on the real lossless sound. Store hours of music, podcasts, videos, and photos on the internal 16 GB memory. Expand your storage with a Micro TF card (up to 128 GB, not included)
- Easy to Use: The vibrant and bright 2.4" HD color touchscreen lets you easily swipe and navigate through all of your albums, playlists, songs, videos, photos, and more
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Portable Bluetooth MP3 Player With Fm Radio/Video/Voice Recorder/Speaker, Portable Lossless Music Player with Bluetooth, Expandable Up to 128G, Enjoy your favorite music wherever you go.
Why choose Searick?
♫ Built-in speaker: you can listen to your favorite music without headphones
♫ Long Battery Life & Fast Charge: Up to 55 hours of playback with 2.5-3 hours of full charge
♫ FM radio: A built-in FM tuner, it supports Manual tune and Auto tune, receives the signal very easily
♫ Large Capacity: Built-in 16GB internal memory, the mp3 player supports up to 128GB Micro TF Card, lets you add even more storage
♫ Large Colour Screen: Equipped with large 2.4"HD colorful screen
♫ Durable: Metal material case makes Bluetooth MP3 player more durable
♫ Strong compatibility: Windows7/8/8.1/10/XP/Vista/2000/Mac OS 10
♫ Warranty: One year
➳ Bluetooth Version: 4.2 (cannot connect to the Bluetooth of phones)
➳ Audio Format: Support: MP3 / WAV / APE / WMA / FLAC etc.
➳ Video Format: AMV、AVI
➳ Voice Recorder: Support MP3 / WAV / ACT
➳ Picture Browse: JPG, BMP
➳ FM Receiving Frequency: 87.5 MHz~108 MHz
➳ e-Book: Support TXT format
➳ Charging time:2.5-3 hours
➳ Music Playtime:40 hours
➳ Battery capacity: 3.7 V / 500 mAh
➳ Size: 3.05*2.08*0.49 inch
➳ Screen: 2.4 inch LCD screen
➳ Internal Memory:16GB
➳ TF Card: support up to 128GB
➳ TF Card: maximum support 128GB (TF card is not included)
1 X MP3 Player
1 X User Manual
1 X USB Cable
1 X Headphone
1 X Sports Armband
1 X Lanyard
Visible screen diagonal
3" / 7 cm
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The Searick and Rofeer both have almost identical graphics and functions, but there are significant differences, and the Searick is a True Touch Screen, and the Rofeer is Not touch screen - it has touch buttons below the screen, as does the Akamate. The graphics on the Searick and the Rofeer are excellent, whereas the graphics on the Akamate are not as nice, its functions are similar to the other two, but the Akamate User Interface is noticeably different than the other two, which does have a few advantages, requiring fewer strokes in some cases than the Rofeer, but the Searick is a true touch-screen, so the Searick almost always requires fewer stokes than the Rofeer or the Akamate. I like the touch buttons in that it is easier to be sure what you are pressing and fewer mistakes, but when you can make so many fewer strokes with the Searick touch-screen, that makes it the best. The Searick swipe-right capability also adds a significant ability not available on the touch-button models, which only have a return button (equivalent to swipe left) but don't have an equivalent to the swipe right. For example, in the Searick, you can swipe right on the song in the file menu that is already currently playing to get back to the now-playing screen without interrupting its play, whereas with the two button-based players, you only have the option to press OK on the current song in the file menu, which causes them to start the song over from the beginning. If you want to start the song over from the beginning in the Searick, you can by pressing the song in the file menu instead of swiping right.
Another Huge Advantage of the Searick over the Rofeer is that you can Forward (skip a song), or Rewind (start song over or go to previous song) with a long press of the side volume buttons even when the Screen is Off/Lock is on. I am not sure if the Akamate can do that also, I think it can, but I have already boxed it up for sending it back, so I haven't tried that. It's important to be able to control the skip forward/back with the screen off, because battery life is way longer with the screen off.
On the subject of battery life, all of these models have some serious negatives. As far as I can tell, none of them have replaceable batteries, so in a few years they will be junk. Come on, let us replace the batteries. Another common fault is none of these have a true on/off switch. The "on/off" button is what is called a soft button, which requires power to read it, so after some number of days even without turning it on, the battery will be drained. Come on, put a real on/off slider on it!
The Searick is smaller, and more ergonomic in that you can hold it in the left hand and press both the volume and the power buttons with your left thumb, or hold it in your right hand and control both the volume and the power buttons with the right fingers, so in either hand it's one-hand operation, especially with the Searick ability to Forward or Rewind with a long press of the Volume buttons even with the screen off and locked.
One advantage of the Rofeer over the Searick is that it allows you to view Pictures while listening to Music via Bluetooth, but while viewing pictures while playing music with the Rofeer, the pictures are smaller than full screen. If not playing music, all these players can show pictures full screen. When playing music on the Searick via Bluetooth, if you try to view a picture, it will warn you it will disconnect from Bluetooth, whereas on the Rofeer you can view reduced-sized pictures while staying connected and playing.
All these models have the fault that they don't update the curser/place in the file menu when you forward or rewind songs, so if you do a bunch of forward and or rewinds while playing, then go back to the file menu, it will still be where you started the first song instead of the song that is now playing.
They all always default to the local folder first, so if you always play from an inserted card it's annoying, and it would be nice to have the option of listing the card folder first, or automatically if there is nothing in the built-in storage.
It would be nice to be able to copy the card files to the built-in storage with the unit, so you don't have to connect it to a computer to do that.
The Searick appears to only be able to scroll up or down a full screen (6 tracks), and the other two models can only scroll up or down one track. The Searick cannot do Apple-device-like fast multi-screen scrolls or partial screen scrolls. It would be great if it could, but since the Searick is a touch-screen, at least once you have the desired song on the screen, you can go right to it, instead of having to press the up of down buttons some number of times before pressing OK like on the Rofeer or Akamate.
It should be noted that the Searick came with an offer to give me $20 for a 5-star review, but I obviously didn't take them up on that. On one hand, you can factor in that maybe some of the 5-star reviews were bought, or on the other hand you might hope for a free $20 off if you buy the Searick. In any case, I am honestly telling you I like this one the best compared to the other two I've tried.
That's all I got. I hope this is helpful. Please rate this review as helpful, so Amazon will place it higher up.
A few features that stand out to me are the external speakers, folder interface, and radio. The external speakers are a very nice feature. The sound is pretty good, too. I honesty don't hear much difference from my phone's speakers (iPhone 5s) and this. The sound is surprisingly clear. Another thing I love is the folder interface. I like to organize my media myself and a lot of small electronics (e-readers, mp3 players, etc) don’t keep your original folder structure and organize your media it’s own way, but this player keeps everything exactly as is. I also really like the radio feature. I don't actually own a radio anymore (apart from the stereo in my car) so it's nice to be able to use this player as a radio, too.
I’ve tested out multiple files and it’s been able to play every file extension I have. It’s also able to play audiobooks. It can’t save your progress, but it can play them. It’s not specified that audiobooks (specifically m4a files) are supported so I’m not holding it against the player that your progress isn’t saved since it doesn’t claim to be able to play audiobooks in the first place. I’ve played various audiobooks and podfics with no issue, though. It’s a surprise feature I noticed and really like.
File transfer is also easy. I have a iMac (OS 10.14.6) and the player came up right away when I plugged it in and read it as an external drive. There was no needed software or anything. File transfer is as easy as dragging and dropping files.
I wanted a compact, lightweight, easy to use MP3 player to take running and use around the house while cleaning instead of always having to drag around my phone with me and this has delivered. It’s nice to have something small and unobtrusive while I’m on the move. The included armband is comfortable to wear, easy to adjust, and perfect to wear while exercising or doing housework. Pair it with wireless earbuds and you’ll forget you’re even wearing an MP3 player.
I would recommend this to anyone who doesn’t have a smart phone or is tired of having to drag around their cumbersome phone to use as an MP3 player. Sometimes you just want to listen to music and travel light and this is perfect for that.