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Curtis SMP4029 Sylvania 4 GB MP3 Player with Built in Hi-Fi Speaker and Expandable Memory Slot (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 4 GB of internal memory plus additional expandable memory slot
  • Supports: MP1, MP2, MP3 and WMA
  • Built-in Power Amplifier
  • Built with Wide Frequency Range Speaker
  • Playtime Approximate: 6 - 8 Hours

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 2.5 x 16.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Item model number: SMP4029
  • ASIN: B004W7DS7E
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 15 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #246,355 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

This unique 4 GB MP3 player can play your music via headphones or via a built in HI FI Speaker. The Speaker will blast your music loud enough to fill up the room. Coming from a small and compact player, the volume strength is amazing. Play your music on the speaker and get everyone around you dancing to your tunes. With 4 GB memory built in, there is tons of room to store hundreds of your songs, plus load more on an expandable memory slot. Once you try this, you will not want to use any other MP3 Player!

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Amazon.com: 16 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
It's great so far. Jan. 1 2013
By BrianaKing - Published on Amazon.com
Color: White Verified Purchase
Honestly, it's a bit of an experiment. I have three kids ages 3,5, and 7 who all love music. The options for children's mp3 players are not great-- either cheaply made or too expensive, or both. The price was right on this one (especially for 4 GB), and the sound is fantastic! The kids can operate it easily and take it anywhere. It's a lot smaller than I anticipated, but it's exactly what I wanted. I just hope it lasts for awhile.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Big noise in a small package Nov. 12 2011
By Clifford E. Hatfield - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased this so I could play MP3 sounds I created for my Radio Controlled U.S. Navy Destroyer, the USS Wren. This is a 6-foot long model of a Fletcher Class Destroyer, and because of this device, it plays all of the normal ship-board sounds, like General Quarters, Sweepers, Smoking Lamp, and of course, the ships bell announcing the time hack every 1/2 hour. It causes heads to turn when I sail the model. For any purpose where you want sound or music without ear buds, this works quite well. Surprising volume. If you'd like to see the model and hear the player, here's a link you can paste into your browser. [...]
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
mine did work without headphones June 30 2011
By A. E. Joseph - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black Verified Purchase
charged it and the external speaker came to life as soon as it came off the usb cord. so i think the person above got a dud. will be using mine with headphones, but not the stiff ones that came with it. no screen, so you have to shuffle manually through files to hear what you want. cheap but the sound is fairly good.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Cheap piece of junk Feb. 16 2012
By G. Stanley - Published on Amazon.com
Color: White
I wanted an mp3 player with an external speaker but they're hard to find. Even after reading Allison's review about the speaker on her player not working, I decided to chance it since the other reviewers had good experiences. Well, I should have paid more attention to Allison.

Received my player, charged it up, loaded some mp3's onto it and turned it on. ???? No sound. Plugged in the earbuds and got faint sound. I turned the thing off/on several times and still no speaker. In disgust I dropped it onto the desk from about 12-14 inches --- and the speakers started working. ???? Turned it off and back on --- no speaker. This time I had to drop it 3-4 times before the speaker started working. I shut it off and turned it back on --- or rather I tried to turn it back on. It wouldn't power up at all. I figured, what the heck, it's defective anyway, and dropped it 3-4 times more but still no power-up. Then I threw it down pretty hard and, low and behold, it turned back on --- but still no speaker. Another 3-4 drops and the speaker started working again. Obviously loose connections. So much for Sylvania's quality control. I don't know who they think they're fooling by putting that "QC Passed" sticker on it.

I guess I can use this for now but dropping it every time I turn it on to get the speaker to work will get old and I'm sure that eventually it will be one drop too much and the cheap junker will die an ungraceful death. I'll think long and hard before I ever buy another Sylvania product.

I wouldn't recommend this thing to anyone at any price.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I ended up returning mine May 12 2012
By Robin James - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Overall I do not like this product, however there are pros and cons. First, I do like the compact size. The product description is way off on the dimensions. It's approx 3 1/4 in high x 1 1/4 in wide x 1/2 in thick. Second, I do like the built-in speaker. Mine has great sound and I would say if you buy one and it doesn't work or sounds bad, it's defective; send it back for a replacement. Third, I like being able to expand the memory with an SD card. However, I couldn't find any place in the description that said it takes a MicroSD card. I have a 16gb SD card I was hoping to use but this takes a MicroSD.

What I don't like: a) there is no indicator to let you know how much battery life is left. b) the only way to find a particular song is to keep hitting the forward or backward buttons until you find it. There is no display screen or menu option to search for a song. c) more often than not, after turning it off and especially after charging the battery, it would jump back to the beginning of the music list. After several days and quite a few hours of listening, I only heard the first 200 or so songs (out of a total of 688). I like to listen to all the songs by an artist or an entire album at one time; I don't like using the shuffle. If you use the shuffle this wouldn't be a problem but I found it very frustrating.

So, overall, I do not like it. I ended up sending mine back and getting a different brand with a display screen.

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