Having said that, the majority of consumers will not want to undertake such a repair on either player themselves. The menus use a flamboyant zoom effect. How your privacy gets cooked by those restaurant waitlist apps. We exclusively interviewed Mercer at CES earlier in the year. Often you’ll find yourself skipping past the track you wanted to select, then scrolling back. Share your thoughts with other customers.
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If you can afford the price tag, it is well worth the money. Each menu and sub-menu was in an understandable order and category.
While they’re not the greatest, the bass levels are more than adequate and most people will find the earphones comfortable and easy to listen to. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
Black and thin although slightly thicker than the iPodthe Samsung YP-Z5 front is dominated by two things, the large screen and the control pad. The interface, designed by the same team behind the first iPod is fast and easy to use, but hindered by poor controls. The iPod nano has a very good reputation for sound quality among s5 — this is largely attributed to the high-quality DAC stage and the inherent low noise of solid-state flash storage.
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Perhaps the only criticism we have is that it isn’t as crisp or clear as we would have liked, especially when displaying album art and photos.
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Every time a new Saamsung player is released by a company other than Apple, it is always compared directly to the famous iPod. Get to Know Us.
Apple’s iPod Touch gives you a good portion of the iPhone 6 experience in a tiny package, Prime free trial and invitee customers: If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file. Samsung limits those in the box to a pair of black earphones and a USB-to-dock cable, sufficient to charge the unit’s battery and transfer files across.
In fact, using a mixing desk to set up a cross-fader between the YP-Z5 and the nano, so that we could rapidly fade between them, the difference in clarity and tone was negligible. Compare with similar items. Get past this and as we mentioned above the interface is very easy to use and very quick to load and zip through the choices.
Cons Touchpad has some issues, Screen could be clearer, Lacks some other features Radio, Recording etc. So, has Samsung finally nailed it with the YP-Z5? Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Having said that, the majority of consumers will not want to undertake such a repair on either player themselves.
Bottom Line This is the closest you’ll get to an iPod killer. Sammsung these, along with a control pad that is just confusing to use, without getting frustrated samsunv for us the YP-Z5 isn’t one we would happily recommend.
Yet another contender to the iPod nano, the Samsung YP-Z5 is Samsung’s attempt at knocking the nano of its perch and stealing the limelight.
There are enough presets to ensure that no matter what genre of music you listen to, you should be able to find an appropriate sound setting on the Z5. The Samsujg Best music transfer system of any MP3 player; crisp, clean sound; bright screen.
Well, Samsung have desperately tried to at least be on par with the click wheel and although we really like it, it just falls short.
Like the iPod, the YP-Z5 doesn’t offer an FM radio nor, unlike the iPod nano, the ability to make playlists on the fly if that’s your thing. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. These are very tiny crosshead screws that can samsugn removed if the rechargeable battery needs replacing at some point.
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