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$159.80 list($199.99)
81. iRiver SlimX iMP-400 CD/MP3 Player
82. iRiver T10 512 MB MP3 Player
list($399.99)
83. iRiver iHP 100 10 GB MP3 Jukebox
84. iRiver HI-VAL16X DUAL FMT/DOUBLE-LAYER
85. iRiver 32MB 2D/3D PCI GRAPHACCEL-NVIDIA256-BIT
86. iRiver T30 512 MB MP3 Player
87. iRiver T10 1 GB MP3 Player
list($99.99)
88. iRiver ChromeX iMP-150CK CD/MP3
89. iRiver HI-VAL USB 1.1 EXT 3.5IN-FD
list($249.99)
90. iRiver iGP-100 1.5 GB MP3 Player
91. iRiver PC WEB CAM USB W/ S/W (
92. iRiver T20 1 GB MP3 Player
93. iRiver T20 512 MB MP3 Player
$40.46
94. iRiver HD ENCLOSURE USB2.0-3.5IN
95. iRiver HI-VAL 2PK MARKER PEN-PERMANENT
list($79.99)
96. iRiver iMP50 MP3 / CD Player with
97. iRiver 4PT FWIRE CARD PCI-I/O
$119.99 list($129.99)
98. iRiver SlimX iMP 450 CD/MP3 Player
99. iRiver T30 1 GB MP3 Player
100. IRiver iMP SlimX 550 - CD / MP3

81. iRiver SlimX iMP-400 CD/MP3 Player with Remote and Wraparound Headphones
list price: $199.99
our price: $159.80
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Asin: B00009597D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 16755
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The iMP-400's design and incredible features redefine expectations for what's possible in a portable CD player. From its circuit design to its final manufacturing spec, iRiver has channeled all its efforts into delivering the best CD and MP3 sound quality. The player supports WMA and ASF formats as well as discs burned with Winamp playlists. Additional formats, such as AAC and MP3 Pro, will be supported in the future through simple firmware upgrades, by which iRiver can add and modify player features.

The iMP-400 comes with quality iRiver wrap-around headphones, offering far superior quality to standard CD player headphones. The player offers eight preset equalization curves and one user-defined curve (choose from normal, pop, rock, jazz, dance, classic, metal, U-Bass, and user EQ). Auto EQ changes automatically according to ID3 tag information, and a battery indicator lets you know when you're low. The player also performs perfectly in the face of external shocks because of iRiver's unique anti-shock algorithm, iRiverShockFree. This feature maintains supreme control over the server, so it can accurately read data even in the face of extreme vibrations, letting you listen to continuous music.

An easy-to-read, four-line LCD shows every bit of information needed, and an FM tuner comes in handy when you're traveling by tracking the frequencies to maintain reception as you move. The iMP-400 uses 16 MB Flash memory to support the display of Chinese characters (traditional/simplified)--37 languages are supported. The player also recognizes discs in Packet Write format, which enables you to use CD-RW discs like PC hard disks, offering the ease of using discs and of saving and deleting songs. Finally, the player prevents its rechargeable batteries from overcharging, and a discharge function fully discharges batteries before recharging, thereby preventing the diminishing of rechargeable battery capacity. ... Read more

Features

  • Supports MP3, WMA, and ASF formats as well as discs burned with Winamp playlists
  • iRiver wraparound headphones included
  • 4-line LCD offers plenty of track and disc information
  • Plays discs in Packet Write format so you can use CD-RW discs like PC hard disks
  • Upgradeable firmware allows compatibility with additional formats in the future

Reviews (38)

5-0 out of 5 stars Another wonderful product from iRiver
I have just bought this mp3 player last month and I found it very wonderful with cool design. Going with its slim thickness, the smooth surface will attract you as the first look. Not like the 350 of iRiver, all of the control buttons are now on the remote control and you will feel a little nervous if you lost or make it broken. However, don't panic, you can have the replacement easily. iRiver has made it easier for you to replace the broken equipment.
The sound of its is wonderful, too. Not like in 350, now you have 9 presets of sound (one is your own define), and the volume is suitable for all of the people who like to listen to music in loud sound or soft sound.
The remote control is also the new jump of iRiver. You won't find anything easier to learn than with iRiver's. Everything, just need 1 hour to find out in the remote control.
You can listen to FM with the quality you can't imagine.
I suggest you buy this and this is the player you will not forget. The player you need for you active lifestyle.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great CD/MP3 Player, but why pay $80.00 extra right now?
Before I give my review, why are people paying $80.00 for this product insead of getting the just as great SlimX iMP 350. There is actually no difference, except for the remote. On the 350, it uses 75 degree rotating dials on the top and bottom for navigation. It's no hassle to change music. On the 400, it uses a d-pad and center enter button. Both have there pros and cons, but each in it is equal. Now for my review. SlimX makes excellent products (minus any CD player less than the 350). This one is no exception. It has excellent sound quality, excellent battery life (around 12 hours on a charge), and has great skip protection. Also, how can you go wrong with being able to carry 6 hours of 128kbps music with you? If you want to spend a little more, go with a Nomad Zen (excellent bang for the buck). Other wise, if CD's are your thang, go with the SlimX 350 or 400.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well Designed
After much searching online for a good mp3 CD player, I decided that the iMP-400 looked like the right CD player for myself (unfortunately this was just a little before the release of the iMP-550). It had many features that appealed to me, and I have remained happy with it over the last 9 or so months.

On the upside, I have loved all the features about this player, with the ability to play mp3's, audio CD's, AND have the radio function to be the most prominent features. The svelte styling of the player has impressed many people, along with the slim size of it. I also have defiantly put it through its paces by taking it camping/hiking along with my everyday use. The layout of the remote control, although somewhat tough to learn at first, provides instant access to all of the important functions. Also impressive is the inclusion of many minor features such as the inclusion of an audio-out port to connect the player to a sound system (I have also used it to connect a second set of headphones to share music with a friend). Another is the ability to select the next track to be played with out interrupting the current song; this ability is still available during random mode. The fact that the player uses firmware has allowed updates to include new modes and features, and even a snake-style game!

On to the bashing section of my review:
One of the faults previously touched on by other reviewers is the time that this system takes to power up. When I want music, I want it NOW, not 30 seconds from now.
Recently, the remote control's center button stopped responding. By taking apart the control (and probably voiding its warranty) I determined that the cause of the problem was that the pin attached to the backside of the button to depress the capacitor had inadvertently snapped. Although annoying, the problem was easily solved with the use of some gel-like super glue.
The player turns off when it is connected to, or detached from, the AC adaptor, which means that I have to go through the long boot process again.
My final grudge (although not too much the companies fault) is that only non-protected WMA's can be played (something I only found out after I had encoded most of my music library with the protection on)

All in all, if you want a mp3 player that also plays your CDs, the iRiver series is as good as they come. But if you don't plan to use its ability to play standard CD's too often, you may be better off with a hard drive player.

5-0 out of 5 stars solid player
I've had the imp 400 for 3 months now, and it has performed very well. I like
sound
volume
controls
solid feel
accessories
anti skip
car adapter
pouch

I don't care for the fit of the headphones. I had to sand down sharp edges over the ears before I could comfortably wear them. The imp 400 is slightly expensive but if you need all the accessories coming with it, which I do, it is actually a great deal. I've dropped it with no consequences. I would recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the "spouse"
My wife isn't interesting in ripping CDs, creating mixes, MP3s, etc. Her goal was a unit that would play her large CD collection and would accept the crazy disks that her crazy husband generates.

Given that sort of anecdotal background: this is the perfect player. Interface is easy to use (passes the "spouse" test once again), music quality is good and it is very tolerant of shake, rattle and rolls.

I only rate it as 4 out of 5 because I personally don't like the disk form factor. If that's your thing, though, this is the player for you. ... Read more


82. iRiver T10 512 MB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009ORXEI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

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83. iRiver iHP 100 10 GB MP3 Jukebox
list price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000C0F57
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 20000
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supports MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, and ASF music files
  • Built-In FM Tuner lets you record from an FM radio station
  • USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Up to 16 hours of battery life
  • Optical input and output

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing product
This product is truly amazing.I put in a lot of thought before actually bying it but it is worth every penny. Its best feature is that it doesn't require any type of software whatsoever.Just plug it in and XP recognises it as an external drive so just drag-and-drop files (at super-fast speeds).The sound quality is is great although i would recommend bying a pair of decent headphones instead of using the earphones it comes with.FM reception is also perfect and recording couldn't be any easier with the internal mic and the Line/Optical In/Out ports.Battery life is also a great asset of this player. I load music to it almost every day and listen for about 1.5 hrs and the player can last for 5 days.That's crazy considering that loading music consumes a lot of battery since the player is connected to the pc.Therefore, in terms of pure listening, i think it can last for about 12-13 hrs.The only drawback i found is the way it categorizes songs.Currently the player can only categorize (artist,album,song,genre) mp3 files and since the vast majority of my files are WMA finding a song could potentially be hard at times if u have a very big collection(the songs are, however, categorized alphabetically in each folder regardless of their type). iRiver can probably fix that with a firmware upgrade in the future. Other than that the player is a top gadget!
P-S:It might be worth considering bying the 20G version if u can find it at a reasonably higher price

5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but has features others don't
The iHP 100 is more expensive as compared to other Gb jukebox players but that's because you get a little more for your money. A backlit remote, built-in FM tuner, multiple platform support (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and unprotected WMA), and a recorder. It also doesn't restrict you to a certain bitrate (e.g., the Archos Studio series require 128kbps to avoid skips during playback). While other players offer some of these features, most don't offer them all. But the kicker for me was the Digital Optical input. With this, I can plug the iHP into my home theater system and record tunes and soundtracks digitally directly from my DirecTivo, DVD, or CD player.

If you want to do PDA functions on your MP3 player then buy an iPod (or better yet, a Sony Clie). But if you want a compact harddrive player, with the drag-and-drop functionality of an Archos, the IHP 100 is well worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars greatest x-mas present
greatest x-mas present that i ever got! love it for traveling and taking (as another reviewer put it) nearly my whole music collection with me. love the long battery life and the earphone adapter, i don't really like those that you have to put in your ear, so i use my better ones that i already owned but didn't work, now they do!

5-0 out of 5 stars iPod is No Competition to the iRiver
I did *tons* of research on MP3 players before I bought the iHP-100. Clearly it and the 20 gig iHP-120 are the best players on the market right now, followed by the iPod.
Pros:
- 16 hours of battery life (3G iPod's get 8 hours)
- Same size as the iPod and smaller than Zen
- *NO SOFTWARE REQUIRED TO ADD MUSIC TO THE PLAYER* almost no MP3 players have this capability. You plug the iRiver into any USB port and you can drop music or files onto the drive. That's it. No installing extra software, nothing. iPod and Zens both need extra software to function
- LCD remote control included (extra on the iPod)
- FM radio (extra on the iPod)
- Simple interface
- Digital recording (and digital output)
- Active support and updates from iRiver, they just added OGG music file format support, one of the few players that can play OGG files

Cons: price, it's not the cheapest player on the market, but I think you get what you pay for here

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny!
I did a lot of research on hard-drive based players (in comparison to MP3 players which don't hold nearly as much space), trying to find the perfect one - this is a huge chunk of money we're talking about here! I was going to buy the iPod, but after reading a few reviews on how it isn't *always* compatible with PCs, which is a chance I couldn't take, I decided on getting this entirely PC-compatible iRiver jukebox. I love it! Aesthetically, it's very sleek looking and I love the silver / dark silver / blue screen contrast. More importantly, it is so easy to get running - I had about a hundred albums, tons of other MP3s, and audiobooks loaded just a few hours after I got the product. It would have been much faster, but that had to do with my USB port; I'll talk about that in a second. Navigation takes a little time to get used to, but once you do, it becomes very easy and intuitive. You can load all types of files on it, from MP3s to WMAs, and even just regular files since it can be used as just storage space as well as a music player. You also get an FM tuner on it with *excellent* reception and voice recording, which I haven't tried out yet. IRiver included tons of accessories - a backlit remote control with 4-line display, headphones, carrying case, installation software CD, AC adapter, USB 2.0 cable, line-in cable, user manual, and warranty card.

As great as this device is, I did have just a few little problems that aren't really big deals. Still, I'll share them anyway. For one thing, even though a USB 2.0 cable is included, if you don't have the USB 2.0 *port,* it won't make a difference. However, that's more of the buyer's problem, not iRiver's, and my little 1.0 is sufficient enough for me. Also, I should have sprung for the 20 GB jukebox - believe me, though 10 GB seems like a lot of space, it really isn't. Especially if you're loading high-quality music with high bitrates. One last thing, the included headphones are kind of dinky and I'll probably have to buy my own pair later.

All in all, a five-star product which I recommend to anyone who's looking for a hard-drive based music player. ... Read more


84. iRiver HI-VAL16X DUAL FMT/DOUBLE-LAYER DVD+-RW/+-R INT BL ( HDVD16DD )

Asin: B00067CBRW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
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85. iRiver 32MB 2D/3D PCI GRAPHACCEL-NVIDIA256-BIT ( DR-DP600 )

Asin: B0000B16GD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
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86. iRiver T30 512 MB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009OOD9Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

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87. iRiver T10 1 GB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009ORXE8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

iRiver (T101GB) T10 MP3 Player 1GB ... Read more


88. iRiver ChromeX iMP-150CK CD/MP3 Player with Car Kit
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006JO7H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 14306
Average Customer Review: 4.06 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The innovative iMP-150CK comes stacked to the gills with features like broad format compatibility, prebuffering, antiskip protection, firmware upgradability, graphic LCD with multi-language display, and packet-write format readability so the player can double as a hard drive extension (using data CD-RWs).

The ChromeX supports music CDs, homemade CD-Rs and CD-RWs with MP3, Windows Media Audio (WMA), and Microsoft's Advanced Systems Format (ASF). New formats such as AAC, mp3PRO, and so on can be supported in the future through a simple firmware upgrade. The iMP-150CK also supports Winamp playlists as long as they use the file extension .m3u (a maximum of 20 lists).

The player provides 40 seconds of skip protection for conventional audio CDs, 120 seconds for MP3 (44.1 kHz, 128 Kbps standard), and 240 seconds for WMA (44.1 kHz, 64 Kbps). By applying iRiver's own special algorithm, the iMP-150CK provides better performance against shock than standard antiskip algorithms. At the same time, iRiver maximizes protection at the beginning of songs through prebuffering.

The iMP-150CK comes with a graphic LCD that supports multiple languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and other alphabet-oriented fonts; Korean; Japanese (katakana, hiragana, and kanji); and others--a total of 35 languages. With MP3 (128 Kbps) files, the iMP-150 can play for 16 hours on two AA batteries (not included). ... Read more

Features

  • Supports music CD, home-made CD-R and CD-RW with MP3, WMA, and ASF
  • Upgradeable firmware allows additional format compatibility going forward
  • Enhanced anti-shock mode with 40 seconds of skip protection for audio CDs, 120 seconds for MP3, and 240 seconds for WMA
  • WinAmp playlist playback support; up to 16 hours playback on 2 AA batteries (not supplied)
  • Recognize discs in packet write format

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars What I Was Searching For
I was looking for a disc MP3 player that could connect to my home stereo and give me quality sound. One that would play my high bit-rate music files and my old time radio mp3s. The Chromex player also plays regular and "home Burned" cds. In the month I've owned it it has worked perfectly. It was a little hard to understand the instructions. There are many functions and settings to familiarize yourself with. The manual seems like it was translated instead of being written by an English speaking tech writer. But you mastered the computer, you'll get this too. Want a great CD style MP3 player? Look no further.

4-0 out of 5 stars Can't find any faults
1.I got this player 4 months ago, it works great. I use it mostly in my car, and it doesn't skip.
2.The car kit also works perfect, although the wires clutter up your car a bit.
3.Some reviewers have said you need the iriver power adaptor, but i've tested mine with a number of universal adapters and all worked fine.
4.Battery life is good
5.Navigation is easy enough, although the screen seems a bit small at first.You get used to it. There's two scrolling options, neither of wich i'm very fond of, its too slow,no big problem though.
5.The firmware upgrades are great aswell, i've upgraded mine three times since I got it, with new added features each time, ex. it now sports a snake type game.
6.My only real problem with this player is that it seems very flimsy, especially the remote ... .
7.Sound and volume is very good, and the headphones are okay too.

There's no major problem with this player and I'd totally recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a GREAT product!
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I really wanted to buy an iPod; I mean, to have the capability of carrying around thousands of selections in the palm of my hand! But then I realized there weren't thousands of songs I want to carry around, just hundreds. After all, every time I buy a CD, I'm lucky if there're more than a couple of songs I really want. Why would I want to spend time ripping, transferring, and storing songs I probably won't ever listen to? Anyway, I just couldn't get myself to spend many hundreds for an iPod.

So, I bought this little gem and it's perfect for my use. I've managed to put about 400 songs in WMA format (at 64kbps) on a 80 min (700MB) CD-R that sound just great and there's still some room to spare. They're all songs I want to hear. I also put a half dozen or so playlists on this CD, since this device handles up to 20 playlists. If I want more, I'll burn another CD-R with 400 more. It's no big deal to carry around a couple CDs with the player.

This device has flawlessly played audio CD's, CD-R's (70 & 80 min), and CD-RW's. I used both MP3 (at 128k) and WMA (at 32k and 64k to really save space).

At first, on reading the manual, I thought that I'd never remember all the combinations of the controls. You see, all of the buttons and jog controls serve 2 or 3 purposes depending on the mode you're in. But with actual use, I found they're not only very logically assigned, but that typically you'll setup configurations one time and rarely or never change them again. Things like backlight, contrast, settings for skip speed (fast forward/reverse speed) and many others are not things you'll change often if ever.

I saw a criticism of this device that it lacks a bass boost - not true. Several play modes can be toggled, including an enhanced bass response; additionally, you can setup your own custom playback response called "User Eq" and crank up the bass just as far as you want.

Upgrading the firmware couldn't be easier. Put the firmware update file onto a CD-R or CD-RW (I recommend CD-RW so it can be erased and reused afterward), load it into the machine, hit Play, it updates itself and switches off; just remove the disk and you're done.

Sound quality is first rate. Skipping has not been a problem. And although I didn't measure it precisely, battery life has been amazing. I played MP3's and WMA's for many hours on a set of pair of AA batteries, although I understand battery time with audio CDs is considerably less. The remote is very convenient and duplicates the thorough control of the main unit.

I have only 1 criticism: The earbud phones supplied (I don't like earbuds anyway) are uneven in cord length; that is to say, there's maybe one foot of slack on the left phone and two feet on the right phone. This is supposedly to allow you to keep the connecting cord in the back of your neck, but it just drove me nuts; I used other phones which I like better, and would have anyway.

This is a GREAT device. I got what I want for my needs and for many hundreds less than the iPod over which I was drooling. I chose wisely.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Buy!
I bought this unit for my car, but it is so cool that I take it to the office too. Downloading the software is easy and the manual is straightforward. This is a lot more than just a CD player and the listener options a very cool. It looks nice and has a solid feel. The sound is what its all about and although I'm no expert, this unit delivers true quality audio. The equalizer allows you to adjust the tone to your liking. I've listened to Regular CDs and CD-Rs and both sound great. I haven't gone running with this unit(yet) but it seems to handle jostling and bumping without skipping or stopping. Even though I didn't buy this with the thought of running with it, I am tempted to give it a try.
Downsides are:
The car cassette is noisier than it should be, someone somewhere has to have solved this problem by now.
I'm not a huge fan of ear bud style headphones so I just ordered Sennheiser PMX 60 headphones. Of course when I bought the unit, I had no intention of listening to it anywhere other than in my car so the headphones weren't a concern.
If you are on a budget, I recommend the ChromeX. If cost is not a huge concern then take a look at the whole iRiver line.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just Kickass!!
This is an awesome player for the price it comes! I just got it day-before yesterday! I had a choice between the iMP-150 and a Rio, but I decided I ould buy this as it came with more features at a lower price. The blue backlight, the erogonomic remote control with easy-to-use jog buttons, the colours(Bloac+Silver/Metallic Grey+Silver) just added to the features of the power-packed gadget. It has its own programming functions in which you can change a lot of data on the CD-R from within the player! The sound is crystal clear and the equalizers(you can make your own as well) are amazing. However the Bass Boost didn't make a lot of difference. The anti-skip stays to its word. However the songs are sorted according to filename(if you don't download the playlist as such, that is). The firmware upgrade, where you can upgrade features is the icing on the cake! ... Read more


89. iRiver HI-VAL USB 1.1 EXT 3.5IN-FD ( HEFD )

Asin: B00021XIV0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
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90. iRiver iGP-100 1.5 GB MP3 Player
list price: $249.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00015T686
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 17607
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supports MP3, WMA, ASF and Ogg Vorbis files
  • Up to 25 hours of top quality audio ( Windows Media at 128 Mbps)
  • Intuitive one-handed navigation
  • Up to 12 hours battery life
  • Skip-free playback during many active uses -- perfect for the gym or while you're on the go

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect
The iGP-100 is almost perfect. I am very pleased I choose it over the iPod.

Pros:
- Small: The size fits easily in my shirt pocket.
- Loud: The volume goes to 40; anything over 21 is excessively loud for me. Hard to believe so much sound could come from such a small player.
- Case: Bundled in the package is a nice leather wrap, like what some folks put on cell phones. I don't see many scratches making it through the leather, very nice touch iRiver!
- Battery: As others have noted, VERY good battery life. I fully charged it and took it to work. I never took them off and listened all day (9hrs) and it still had two bars of charge. Only time will tell if it can hold that performance up over the long haul.
- OGG Support: Long needed on the iRiver CD players, I am glad they are finally on board with OGG
- Software: NO special software to load or unload songs. It mounts like a hard drive. Just drag and drop songs.

Cons:
- Line Out: I am unable to connect this to my home, car or other devise because there is no line out! Considering iRiver puts line outs on all its CD/MP3 players I guess I wrongly assumed it would be on this one too.
- Recorder: No recorder/microphone built into it. I had hoped to use this to record business meetings, etc.
- 1.5G: Since its stiffest competitor is 4G (iPod), it would be nice if it had more space.
- Audible.com support. Because of the "ease of use" software there is no inherent song protection. I guess that is why Audible.com does not support it. I hope in the future iRiver can add a firmware upgrade allowing audible downloads.

Conclusion: I like my iGP-100. It's small, loud and holds enough music that I don't have to listen to the same song twice in a week. The few features I listed in the cons (except audible.com) are available on the iHP line from iRiver. Since this is the entry-level product for that line I assume the line out was kept off as a marketing thing. I am very disappointed in that one thing but I should have read closer to the specs when I made my purchase. If you are interested in portable music only used through headphones, this is a clear choice in my opinion. If you want to use that portable music in your car or home stereo step up to the iHP-100 with its optical input and output.

5-0 out of 5 stars Use JetAudio For DRM WMA's...
I just bought this one for my husband, and I own the iRiver ihp-120 and the iRiver 256 MB flash player. Great products! I was in a bit of a panic when I tried to use DRM WMA's on my iRiver products. Then I purchased a small software package called jetAudio (www.jetaudio.com). It has a conversion tool that will convert DRM WMA's to WMA or MP3 format...a handy tool whether you own an iRiver or not... It also has some other interesting features as just a music player. I tried the Samsung Napster player prior to buying the iRiver, and I felt the sound wasn't as good as iRiver, and iRiver is easier to use. I'm very pleased with all my iRiver products. They also have a great community chat room on their web site. Battery life is excellent on all my products.

2-0 out of 5 stars great player, but avoid as iriver as a company are terrible
best micro hard drive player on the market in my opinion. i wouldnt buy anything from iriver though. they brag about how their products are updateable by firmware, but they release no firmware updates, also , when the battery goes in 2-3 years time iriver told me , after many many ignored e mails, they dont replace the batteries for the igp-100. the company is interested in nothing only money, not respect from their customers. if they listened to their customers they would see that their current way of treating us makes us move to the ipod or creative players. if they listened , and took our opinions into account they would have customers back again and again. i wont buy anything from them again. when everyone starts this( and most will) they will go bust and they can blame no body only themselves. back to topic though . terriffic player. pity the random play isnt exactly random. lovely size , nice software, good sound, get better headphones, the supplied ones are useless. iriver keep making good products, but get your act together in the area of support and customer relations

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money on this one!!!
Poor reliability. Poor interface and menu design. Poor button action. Poor documentation. VERY poor support.

I don't normally write reviews on any product, but this one has disappointed me so terribly (not even in comparison to my Creative Lab Jukebox or my Apple iPod), that I wanted all to know to avoid this "player" like the plague.

4-0 out of 5 stars great product with a few minor flaws
This product is a very good player with only a few minor flaws
Pro's
-Great battery life(@11 Hrs.)
-Storage space for at least 30 cd's
-Very small and light
-Radio a very important feature lacking in the ipod
-No included softare (just drag&drop from windows explorer)
Cons's
-No built in recorder
-Menu navigate is extremly difficult and takes awhile to get used to(be sure to read and save the manuel) ... Read more


91. iRiver PC WEB CAM USB W/ S/W ( DR-CM200 )

Asin: B00005T3VX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
Sales Rank: 33263
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Send video e-mail messages anywhere you send e-mail with no additional receiving software required when you include a video viewer with each message
  • Focus range is manual focus 10cm to infinity
  • Up to 30 frames per second video frame rate
  • With the USB security feature you can actually capture a snapshot of anyone who steps in front of the camera

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars hmm... I wonder if the factory settings are off.
I was pleasantly surprised with quality of this camera. Picture quality is awesome. also display perfect skin tone. I've used quickcam, quickcamVC, logitechs,and Veo in the past. this one is the best one so far. I clicked on camera default button and picture turned all red and dark. but I went to advanced setting; set "AWB Speed" to "medium" and "Light Source" to "Overall". It's now back to normal. (give it 10 seconds to auto balance to work if you are using it with yahoo messenger)
I couldn't believe the reviews I was reading from amazon and circuit city that this camera is so bad. So I checked manufacturer website if they make different model. but this was only model they are making.
If you haven't returned your camera. give it another shot by downloading new software(4/17/03) or change the settings to the above. I'm switching all my existing web cams with this model.

1-0 out of 5 stars Magically Hopeless
- Very poor Image quality ..infact no image ..you need be very intutive to understand that it's your image.
- I wasted lot of time in installing the required drivers

Be smart don't go for this, even when it's given FREE !!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Do not even bother considering this camera.
I bought this camera primarily as an inexpensive security device for my apartment, and secondarily to take snapshots to send to various people. The camera is a complete disappointment.

1. Unless you have three or more high-wattage bulbs burning in the room, your picture quality will consist of lovely dim shadowy objects.

2. When you *do* succeed in making a snapshot, the image is either so tiny it does no good, or it is nearly as pixelized as an old Commomore 64c or Atari game. This is unsatisfactory for showing your Internet friends what you look like or showing your parents your new nose-ring.

3. The security function works...sort of. It takes pictures when it detects motion or on a set timed interval that you can vary (1 minute, 5 minutes, 30 minutes, etc.), but working *with* the images after capture is frustrating. The program crashes randomly when trying to view the images within the program, and when viewed using Windows Explorer, for some reason the image quality suffers even more than usual. Occasionally, I would set the camera to watch the front door area overnight, and it would simply stop after about twenty minutes. No computer problems, no Windows problems. The program simply glitched...multiple times.

If you buy this camera, email me and I shall pray for your deliverance from its nasty impish ways.

Sláinte... ... Read more


92. iRiver T20 1 GB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009OIJC8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

iRiver (T201GB) T20 MP3 Player 1GB ... Read more


93. iRiver T20 512 MB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009ORXES
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

iRiver (T20512MB) T20 MP3 Player 512MB ... Read more


94. iRiver HD ENCLOSURE USB2.0-3.5IN FOR PC / MAC ( I35HDDCASE )

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Asin: B0000C7HG0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
Sales Rank: 53045
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95. iRiver HI-VAL 2PK MARKER PEN-PERMANENT SAFE INK ( H-CDMRK02 )

Asin: B00021XHW0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
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96. iRiver iMP50 MP3 / CD Player with Car Adapter
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000AERI5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 8901
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The innovative iMP-50 comes stacked to the gills with features like broad format compatibility, pre-buffering anti-skip protection, firmware upgradeability, a graphic LCD with multi-language display, and packet-write format readability so the player can double as a hard-drive extension (using data CD-RWs).

The player supports music CDs, home-made CD-R and CD-RW with MP3, WMA (Windows Media Audio), multi-session discs (discs burned at different points over time), and Microsoft's Advanced Systems Format (ASF). New formats such as AAC, MP3 Pro, and so on can be supported in the future through a simple firmware upgrade. The iMP-50 also supports Winamp playlists as long as they use the file extension *.m3u (maximum 20 lists).

The player gives you a healthy four minutes anti-skip protection for MP3 and WMA files. By applying iRiver's own special algorithm, the iMP-50 provides better performance against shock than standard anti-skip algorithms. At the same time, iRiver maximizes protection at the beginning of songs through pre-buffering.

The iMP-50's graphic LCD that supports multiple languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, other alphabet-oriented fonts, Korean, Japanese (Katakana, Hiragana, and Kanji), and others. It supports a total of 36 languages.

With MP3 and WMA files, the iMP-50 can play for 16 hours on two AA alkaline batteries (supplied) or seven hours with audio CD playback. Additional formats such as AAC, MP3 Pro, and so on may be supported in the future through a simple firmware upgrade.

Eight equalizer presets, a custom EQ mode, and separate electronic bass and treble controls are all at your disposal when it comes to tailoring the sound to your taste or compensating for speakers, headphones, or listening environment. A hold switch prevents unintended interruptions in playback and saves batteries by negating playback when the player is stopped. Other features include repeat and shuffle play, resume, bookmarking, sound fade in, intro scan, and track programming.

What's in the Box
CD player, earphones, car cassette adapter, 2 AA batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 4 Line Display
  • Reads all CD types
  • 16 Hour Battery Life (2 AA)
  • Car Cassette Adapter
  • iRiver Earphones

Reviews (42)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid product, nice price.
This product (unlike others I've tried) does not skip when walking with it. True, the bottom feels a littly flimsy, but trust me this player will not open up or come loose. I've carried it around with me, and sometimes I keep it in my bag's front pouch...the headphone cord is just long enough for that.

pros:
-plastic body wont show scratches
-the player is very light, makes it easy to carry!
-the display is very informative...birate, track name, battery life and so many other options I've yet to master
-the size is also compact..too me, smaller then it looks in the picture (comparing it to my sony psych it's smaller and lighter)
-reads mp3 cds flawlessly and is pretty quiet too
-firmware upgradable (and very easy to do, just download from www.iriver.com and burn the 'hex' file onto a blank cd or cdr...this feature is good because as formats change in feature iriver will be on top of it
-comes with ear buds (average, nothing to write home about)
just to clarify, the headphone cord length is supposed to be one long and one short cuz you put the left cording around the back of your head so nothing dangles in front of you...it prevent tangles and is actually really cool..I just can't get the darn ear buds to stay in properly
-comes with car adapter (I have no interest in using this..but FYI does not come with the power charger, just the cassette thing (so you'd have to buy a power adapter or run on AA batteries in the car)
-has 1 year warranty...pretty decent
-comes with 2 AA duracell batteries

cons
-no AC power adapter to run it on at home (FYE sony AC 4.5V adapter works fine with this player, I have one from my sony portable cd player)...at ... it's around $
-no backlight...I know they did this to cut costs, but I would have liked it
-earphones are not too comfy in my ears and sound is nothing more then average (plan to upgrade)...
-LCD scratches easily (mine had small scratches out of the box..but nothing major

For amazon's sale price, this player does the trick. On mp3 cd's you can fit somewhere between 150 to 200 songs depending on the quality/file size...and I don't use wma but you can fit more using that format

Update: Battery life is acceptable. Seems to last between 10-12 hours...I don't think it's really the 16 advertised, but products always overshoot battery life. I am probably going to buy NiMH batteries because of the fact it's cheaper to recharge, then to keep buying batteries. With fairly regular use you'd be changing them at least once a week. Still a solid product. I run it from an AC adapter when I am doing hw at night. No problems like other ppl stated. And the battery indicator is in fact fickle (as one review says). It says the battery is fully charged when I know it isn't and then it indicates suddenly the battery is nearly out. This is the only flaw on the player, if it's even a big issue. Carry a spare set of batteries anyway. This player does not skip when the battery is low (someone else experienced this)...it plays fine until battery drains.

Hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent player, great features, low price!
I recieved this as a Christmas present, and I must say that I am very satisfied. The best thing about this player is all the little features that they thought of to make things more convenient.

PROS:
Great sound quality
Extremely customizable, easy-to-use interface
Anti-skip works very well with MP3 CDs (has skipped only once so far)
Batteries last 7-10 hrs with MP3 CDs
Resume feature remembers where you left off on the last 10 CDs you have put in the player
Plays all different types of MP3 files, including variable bit rate
Reads even cheap-quality media that other players won't read
Firmware upgradable, works very well
Comes with headphones and car stereo tape adapter

CONS:
Battery life significantly less with audio CDs
Anti-skip doesn't work very well with audio CDs
Takes a long time to load after turn-on (sometimes 30+ seconds)
Often cannot load when batteries are low
Doesn't come with AC or car power adapter

However, since I don't use audio CDs (I burned my whole collection as MP3s), I give this device five stars. I use rechargeable NiMH batteries and they work beautifully.

One caution: the batteries go right under where you load the CD, and if you don't shut the door to the compartment tightly, it may pop up and keep your CD from spinning and say NO DISC. I thought the device was broken until I discovered this problem.

3-0 out of 5 stars not great for car usage
i got this cd player for my half hour commute to work. It's a great price, but the design is inconvienant. to change cd's you have to turn the player over on it's back. the battery cover opens quit frequently and subsequently ends up scratching the hell out of cd's- because the unit continues to spin the cd.

however the battery life is much better than my old cd player that was about 13 years old. the buttons are different sizes- so it's easy to feel out what button you want to push... but it's still a little awkward. it's a great price and the sound is good quality. i just took away 2 stars because it's not very utilitarian for road warriors.

3-0 out of 5 stars A so-so player that works, but...
I bought this thru Amazon & with rebate, it only came out to around $30. The main useage for this unit is at work , hooked to an ac adapter & a set of Monsoon speakers. It seemed to have a lot of options as far as the display & flexibility to handle both mp3 & wma format (although I never use/have any wma)
Build wise, it feels cheap. The door (which is on the bottom, and ends up being much more of a nuisance that I originally thought it would be)moves around on it's hinges. Major hassle to reload discs. Sound quality is fine, but it seems to have major trouble reading discs that play flawlessly in my other players. You can hear that skriiitching noise is it tries to find it's way.
I only used it a few times on batteries, and as reported by many others, 16 hours per set playing mp3 is a dream (or better yet, a myth) I had updated the firmware from the iRiver website, but did not notice any improvements. So in summing up this player...I guess I got what I paid for. A cheap player.

2-0 out of 5 stars I'm ready to buy another mp3 player!
Battery life is terrible! I've never had a another mp3 player before, so maybe others are worse, but I use this for gym workouts of maybe an hour or so, and the batts (good Powerex rechargeables) are OK for maybe two sessions, and after that you takes your chances! One of the reviews here mentioned that mp3 content has something to do with batt life. I archive my collection with 192kbps (anything really irreplaceable is kept as a .wav, but I've only been using mp3's with this player); I'm not a fussy audiophile, but anything below 192 is definitely noticeable, so why bother? Even worse, since you have to keep removing & recharging batts, is their location: you have to open up where the cd is (not all that ergonomically easy, either), pull the cd off its spindle, lay it down somewhere, then open the little batt door and pull 'em out. Hope the cd doesn't get scratched when I lay it down somewhere without having to go find a jewel case for it! Speaking of ergonomics, the control buttons are goofily laid out in semi-circular fashion, not intuitive to me at all. Guess some of you really buy stuff 'cause it looks nice or cute or whatever, so maybe you'll like this arrangement, but I didn't buy the unit to -duh- look at it. Another problem I have with this unit is lack of sound volume. Again, this is my first mp3 player, so I can't compare it with others, but I use Plane Quiet noise-cancelling headphones (I love them!), and sometimes I'll have to rerecord things with additional volume just so I can hear them easily. I think they could have provided more volume power. Oh, and one more thing--it skips sometimes, too. ... Read more


97. iRiver 4PT FWIRE CARD PCI-I/O MAGIC INFERNO 400 ( DR-IO400 )

Asin: B0000B16GF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Iriver
Sales Rank: 51317
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98. iRiver SlimX iMP 450 CD/MP3 Player with FM Tuner and Remote Control
list price: $129.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0001X6GEK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
Sales Rank: 627
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Also known as the SlimX 450, this portable and good-looking CD/MP3 CD/Windows Media player is another offering from iRiver's popular SlimX line and features an integrated FM tuner, 16-minute skip protection, extended battery life up to 55 hours, and much more. It plays discs loaded with MP3, WMA and ASF music files, so you can cram hundreds of songs on a single CD for long listening. You'll also get 16-minute (yes, minute) skip-free playback, so you can take your tunes virtually anywhere uninterrupted. When you get tired of rocking, the 450 is even equipped with a radio to give you a dose of news. The iMP 450 is also upgradable, and comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
iMP 450 player, remote control with backlit LCD, iRiver earphones, carrying case, 2 NiMH rechargeable batteries, AC adapter, AA battery adapter, and a printed manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays MP3, WMA and ASF music files on CD for ultimate format flexibility
  • Listen to hundreds of songs on one CD
  • Huge music buffer offers 16-minute skip-free playback
  • Rechargeable batteries with built-in charger, up to 55 hours of battery life
  • Built-in digital FM tuner

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect, as I expected
I just bought this player, and it was perfect even working in my car with a cheap car adapter, there is only pure music. Default earphones are pretty good as well. Only thing is, input voltage of AC adapter was not stated in amazon.com, I was expecting it is 125 VAC because of US, but it should be stated in description anyway. I strongly recommend this to everybody. ... Read more


99. iRiver T30 1 GB MP3 Player

Asin: B0009ORXF2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

iRiver (T301GB) T30 MP3 Player 1GB ... Read more


100. IRiver iMP SlimX 550 - CD / MP3 player with radio

Asin: B0000A119N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: iRiver
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Product Description

Within the sleek metal case of the iRiver SlimX 550 you'll find the highest level of quality and industry leading features like 32-minute skip-free playback, a built-in FM tuner and extended battery life up to 55 hours. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra Slim-line, nur 13,7 mm dick
  • 8-Fach Equalizer
  • Firmware upgradebar
  • 4-Linien Graphik LCD-Display

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